Before the surgery, your anesthesiologist will review your health history, the medications you are taking if you are allergic to any medications, and your past anaesthesia experience during a pre-anaesthetic check-up (PAC). You may be asked to stop taking blood-thinning medications about a week before the procedure as it may cause complications during surgery. You are required to avoid drinking or eating food about 6 hours before the surgery to avoid vomiting during this period. Before the surgery, your anesthesiologist will deliver anaesthesia through an intravenous line in your arm or via inhaled gasses. Once you are asleep, a tube may be inserted through your mouth into your windpipe to ensure that you get enough oxygen and to have proper control of your breathing during the procedure. Your vitals such as breathing, heart rate, body temperature, blood pressure, etc are continuously monitored during and immediately after the surgery to ensure your well-being. After the completion of the surgery, your anaesthesiologist reverses the medications to wake you up. You will wake up slowly either in the operating room or recovery room.