Fatigue effect of Propofol

We have 101 consumer reports for Propofol. Fatigue effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Fatigue side effect for Propofol

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
149.18
0

Average height in Ft
5′ 3″
5′ 8″

Average age
36
28

Propofol Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 101 reported about Fatigue

  1. Dorothy J. Crespo says:
    2.5 rating

    In a toothpop propofol was used in my case. At first I was almost not awake, then I was dog-suffering and I had extremely violent migraine with vomiting for 3 days etc. I had not had such migraines in the whole life yet. I will take care at the next surgery that the remedy will not be used again.

    Side effects: Nausea; Fatigue; Vomit
  2. Eloise A. Swift says:
    4.5 rating

    I got propofol as a sedation in a status epilepticus. I was allergic to it with a very high fever, respiratory arrest which led to an intubation and the status read thereby also not interrupt! Consequence: 1 day in ICU, mechanically ventilated, artificially fed and bladder catheter. Other side effects after waking were / are dizziness, tiredness, gait insecurity, difficulty with speech, headache, severe joints! As sedation with propofol in a status epilepticus deffinitive not recommended!

    Side effects: Fatigue; Dizziness
  3. Christopher C. Morales says:
    4.0 rating

    Propofol for Endoscopy

    Can only recommend Propofol! You get the injection and is gone immediately …. Even after waking up, there were no complaints – only a slight lingering tiredness – Conclusion: Do not be afraid of a gastroscopy, easy going with this anesthetic! Was really afraid of the many negative reports (but without stunning!) Of my acquaintances.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  4. Elizabeth R. Strong says:
    4.5 rating

    mild circulatory problems For me, propofol was used as an anesthesia in a colonoscopy. I can not remember anything about the investigation, not even falling asleep. I woke up sometime in the recovery room. Was then a little tired all day and had very low blood pressure, which led to initial circulatory problems. However, this subsided within a few hours and is certainly also with other anesthetics and possibly not even due to the Propofol, but due to the 1.5-day eating ban before the investigation. But otherwise there were no side effects. I would recommend Propofol 100% as a sedation in a colonoscopy – especially in anxiety patients like me!

    Side effects: Circulatory problems; Fatigue