One hundred and forty-eight patients were anaesthetized in the Day Care Hospital in Ribe and Varde during the period 1st July 1992-30th september 1992. They answered a questionnaire concerning their treatment and their satisfaction. One hundred and twenty-eight patients answered the questionnaire. Sixty-six percent were nervous to some degree, especially the youngest and the women. Nevertheless, 57% men and only 28% of the women wanted sedatives prior to the operation. We concluded that premedication such as midazolam or triazolam should be available. The postoperative pain and side effects were significantly lower using regional analgesia as compared to general anaesthesia. Regional analgesia should be used when possible. There was no detected effect of using naproxen as premedication. The patients were very satisfied with the treatment. If necessary, 96% would prefer to be operated in a Day Care unit again.