I’m not a fan of the term “induced”. I understand that it’s used in some cases to describe an involuntary medication. But when the word is used like that, it’s not only ill-defined, but it’s also unhelpful because it implies that those who take the medication are taking it voluntarily.
I’m not a fan of the word induced either. In this case, I think it’s more useful to say that someone is being induced. I would say the person is being “induced to take the meds.
Im not a fan of the word induced either. But for a lot of people, the word induced is just a synonym for the word induced, which means the person is being induced to take drugs or undergo surgery.
the problem is that people don’t know what to actually mean when they say they are being induced. In the most literal sense, they are being forced to take drugs or undergo surgery. But the word induced is used to imply a lot more. Induced is not a synonym for induced, it implies that the person is being forced to do something against their will.
This is why we use the word induced all the time. Just take a look at the recent news in the news.
In the case of a surgery, the surgery is really being performed on you. A doctor or doctor’s assistant has been forced to do something unnatural. In the case of a “drug” or “induced drug,” the drug or drug induced is something in the body that the person is allowed to ingest or ingest in place of something they should not.
The only time I’ve ever heard the word forced mentioned in a medical context was to describe an unwanted surgery or an unwanted drug. I think it’s also worth mentioning that if you are in the process of going through an induced procedure, you probably should be in a hospital. A hospital is the place where you get your medicine administered. If you don’t get the medicine, then you die. So if you are in an induced procedure, go to the hospital.
As a general rule, we want to be sure that any medical procedure is administered in a safe way (including anesthesia), so we use the word forced in this case.
One of the biggest pitfalls is in the induction phase itself. Its very easy for the person performing the procedure to forget to do the anesthesia. Sometimes this is deliberate, and he is trying to get you to wake up without having you feel a needle in your spine. Other times it is something that just happens and you just don’t notice it because it happens so fast.
There is nothing worse than waking up in the morning without being able to move, especially if you are the person being treated. If you are not in any pain, I recommend you stop by the nearest ER and get an epidural. It is extremely safe and you will be able to walk out of there in a few minutes or less.