I had a myomectomey sp? and ablation to remove fibroid tumors on Monday. It was an out-patient procedure, and I did not have any complications so far other than after coming out of anesthesia. I was suddendly awakened by servere pain/cramping and my whole body was visably shaking all over. I have not had much experience with surgeries and never had this happen. The nurse seemed very concerned and gave me a shot in my butt, and an injection through the IV and a warm-air blanket. It calmed down after 10-15 minutes. Anyone know about what was happening and what they might have given me? I kept asking for my husband, but didn't see him until I was better and they moved me to another recovery area. I wanted him to know what was going on, as I was obviously not thinking clearly-plus I was scared! The operating recovery nurse was very kind and said something to the effect of 'they don't understand what happens in chronic pain cases'. She has MS and seemed to know what was happening. I'm thankful to be home now, but am worried how long it will take to 'recover' and if I can avoid a giant flare up. Thanks for being there and listening. Wishing you all better days.