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While Bella was transforming into a vampire, was she in a coma?

Or was she just heavily sedated (under anesthesia).?

Or does she just somehow manage to close her eyes and not mover the entire time?

Or was it not specified anywhere?
 cassie-1-2-3 posted over a year ago
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ebcullen4ever said:
No she was not in a coma.She was induced with morphine.It was mentioned in book 3 of BD that it wouldn't do any good to scream and that screaming would just make Edward feel even mais guilty for turning her into a vampire,so she kept still and kept her eyes closed the entire time she was going through the transformation.Hope that respostas your question.
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Jane_Rox_09 said:
Bella wasn't in a coma. She just manages to keep her eyes closed and her body still so Edward wouldn't see how much pain she was in. This was mentioned in the book, but if it was mentioned in the movie, I wouldn't know. If I have the chance, I'll give you the page number(s) but that's pretty much it.

Hoped I helped.
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xanthebieber said:
SHE WAS TURNING INTO A VAMPIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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iS2cameronboyce said:
Actually She Wasnt In A Coma She Got Sick BFo And After She Had The Baby So Edward Wz Ejectin His Venom Into Her So Her Could Save Her But She Died So She Wz Trasformin Into A Vampire When She Dead And She Wz Saved At The Last Minuet Like Edward And His Siblings Were
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Renesmee_08 said:
No. Bella wasn't in a coma. " I knew that according to Rosalie, it did no good to scream. And I'd hoped that maybe I could be like Carlisle. That I would believe Rosalie's words and keep my mouth shut. Because I knew that every scream that escaped my lips would torment Edward. "

This was on pg. 377 in Breaking Dawn , in Book 3.
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almost exactly what i said,nessie bear-love u
ebcullen4ever posted over a year ago
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amor you!
Renesmee_08 posted over a year ago
Flickerflame said:
They'd injected her with morphine, hoping that would numb the pain of the venom. It didn't work, and she still felt the pain, but the morphine also paralysed her at first and made it impossible for her to scream. When it wore off, she forced herself not to scream because she wanted to hide the pain from Edward, and she could sense that it'd soon be over.
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11 months later and this is the only answer that makes any sense to me, lol. Thank you.
cassie-1-2-3 posted over a year ago
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You're welcome. I haven't reread it for a while, admittedly, but I can definitely remember the morphine paralysing her. It's described as this huge weight on her body.
Flickerflame posted over a year ago
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