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General anesthetics Sometimes surgery or an investigation requiring a general anesthetic is unavoidable in withdrawal.
For children aged over two, you may be offered a stronger sedative or a general anesthetic.
In some cases, a general anesthetic will be administered if the regional does not work or if it is an emergency c-section.
Prenatal surgery usually requires a general anesthetic.
This surgery is performed under general anesthetic and usually takes less than an hour.
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