I joined BabyCenter just to leave a message for you. My heart was racing just reading the summary of your experience in a blog entry, and I had to come here to see if there was more information from you. Having now read through 17 pages of wonderful support (and a few idiots) and your updates in which I can hear the frustration & sadness all these months later, I have two pieces of advice that have not been mentioned yet.
First, please contact your local district attorney's office. What this hospital did was criminal assault (cutting open your body without your EXPRESSED consent and against your expressed refusal) and false imprisonment (keeping you in the OR when you didn't want to be there & administering a drug to prevent you from leaving on your own.) The people involved need to be prosecuted. Unlike medical malpractice, you don't have to prove that you were harmed or damaged, you only need to prove that they violated your right to informed autonomous care (that's fancy talk for making your own medical decisions.) There has never been a medical malpractice case against a doctor for not doing something they were asked not to do, so there was absolutely no liability to them in honoring your wishes.
Second, please contact your local elected representatives and ask for their help, it's their job to protect their constituents & help make things right. Ask for their help in holding these people and this hospital accountable. Ask for their help in getting the medical review board to investigate the doctors, and whatever state agency licenses hospitals in your state to investigate the hospital. Ask them to investigate & see if this happened to other women. Ask them to write a "Mothers Rights" bill to bring attention to the issue. It's easy for doctors & boards to ignore you because they think you're a nobody who will go away; it's harder for them to ignore an elected official, especially one who sits on health care boards and/or won't hesitate to go to the media if they don't get good answers. You don't have to give up your privacy; media interviews can shield your identity while still telling your story.
And finally, you mentioned wanting to forget that this ever happened. Please don't. We need women like you standing strong and saying, "This should never happen to anyone else!" I had a traumatic birth myself (also general anesthesia, but because my daughter's heartrate stopped, and I wasn't even in labor!) so I do understand the temptation. Trust me, with time, you will build bridges over & fences around the big hole in your heart and you won't fall into it so much. When you do, take a few minutes to channel the sadness & anger into action & advocacy. Send an email, make a phone call, post a reply to a new mom in a similar situation, and then let it go & turn back to your beautiful baby & love on him. Sending you tons of emotional healing vibes. Feel free to message me if you have any questions. (((hugs)))