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Side Effects Of ETS Surgery
As with any medical procedure, there are ETS surgery side effects that you should be aware of if you are seriously considering having this particular type of surgery.
Does everyone experience ETS surgery side effects?
Not everyone will have side effects as a result of seeking this type of procedure to prevent severe blushing. But many people do, and the internet is packed with stories of the experiences that people have had after having this surgery.
What kind of ETS surgery side effects are there?
Every operation carries with it the risk of potential side effects, and ETS surgery side effects are no different.
For starters, the fact that a nerve is cut or clamped can lead to a loss of sensation in other areas. Some people have reported a loss of feeling in their face and other areas above the shoulders, and they can sometimes sweat far less (or even not at all) in these areas too. This might sound like a good thing, but if you are too warm in the summer and your body cannot produce sweat to cool you down, this side effect - if it occurs - can be very troublesome indeed. The operation itself requires that the lung is partly deflated in order to reach the intended nerve that needs to be cut. This means there is always a risk of damage - either temporary or permanent - to either the lungs or the heart, since the area being operated on is close to both of these structures. Pain is another potential side effect that may also be short lived or permanent. Of course, it is natural to experience some pain immediately after the procedure is performed, purely because of the invasive nature of it. But some people continue to feel pain for a long time afterwards - and sometimes even indefinitely - due to the effect on the nerves that is felt during the actual operation itself. It is also the case that if the results of the operation are not what was wanted, people can become disappointed and upset as a result. After all, this is an expensive procedure and not one that should be entered into lightly. If it doesn't get the desired results then it is right that people are going to be disappointed, particularly if they were led to believe it would be an assured success.
Is this surgery right for you?
This is a decision that you need to spend some time thinking about. The most important thing is to consider whether you have really tried every single other method for reducing your blushing already.
You may experience any or all ETS surgery side effects, and there is a very real chance of experiencing at least one of them. No one can tell whether it will be a successful surgery for you, so you need to accept that this is a difficult decision to make.
If you haven't already considered something like self hypnosis as a solution, make sure you try it before considering surgery.