Ok, I had my c-scope with propofol on Friday.
Overall it went well.
I was completely out of it within about 2-3 seconds of the propofol administration, and the next thing I knew, I was semi-waking up in the recovery room a good hour, maybe hour and a half later - and with a very sore throat. It took me probably 30 minutes more of falling in/out of sleep before I really woke up, at which point they had me get up and get dressed. And I still had a really sore throat - I mean, a REALLY sore throat. I asked if I'd been intubated during the procedure, but the recovery nurse didn't know, and the anesthesiologist and GI were long gone by then. I'm almost positive that I had to have been; otherwise, how to explain the fact that my throat felt like somebody had stuck something down in there and gouged me in the epiglottis?
My girlfriend took me home, and I took a nap for an hour, then got up and we watched TV. I was mildly groggy the rest of the day.
Compared to previous scopes with fentanyl and versed, this one was a different recovery. Mentally I recovered quicker, and I remember the recovery much clearer (with fentanyl/versed, I don't even remember how I got home!). However, physically, I was a bit groggier/more tired the rest of the day with the propofol than with the fentanyl/versed.
Really, the only issue was the sore throat. I know that feeling well because I've had multiple surgeries where I had to be intubated, and in one of them they scratched my throat raw - just like they must have done this time.