I've had 4 surgeries in my life and I'm sure my liver was a mess, especially by the 4th one with all those toxins accumulating and my SAD eating and other poisions. One of them I was really nauseaus after waking up. The next surgery I was given some medication to prevent nauseau which worked.. I was also on a keto diet and in ketosis before and after the surgery and it was awesome. The second I woke up I could walk and everything and didn't even feel like I had surgery. I felt like I had a nap.
The third surgery.. eh. Different doctor, different drugs, different hospital and I was nauseaus and not in ketosis.
Now that I've flushed a few times.. I feel like I'm so much more sensitive to things..medications, smells, crap food..etc. How the hell is my body going to react to getting put under anesteisa/gas? (I have to get this damn wisdom tooth removed.. I've put it off for 2yrs now) They also prescribed a medication to prevent the nausea..From past experience..nasuea means dry heaving and painful aches..which I shouldn't do after having teeth removed so I want to take the drug.
And how many flushes should I do before getting it removed? I'm currently having some pain and aches in my liver and will just be starting to flush again..
There's also a surgery I want to have at the end of the year or next year.. that's more invasive and I'm really worried about how my body will react to it. I almost want to go back to SAD eating because I already know what surgery is like under that. I didn't die! lol. Then again..babies and puppies get knocked out all the time and aren't their livers much more cleaner and sensitive?