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How Should I Prepare For Aesthetic Surgery?

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How Should I Prepare For Aesthetic Surgery?

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How Should I Prepare For Aesthetic Surgery?

What should we pay attention to before the operation?

Plastic surgery, like many other surgeries, has a preparation phase. These preparations are critical for a smooth operation. Failure to follow certain rules may result in your surgery being postponed or even cancelled.

“What should I eat before the surgery?” was one of the first questions from patients. “How long should I be hungry?” “Is it okay for me to take my blood pressure medication?” “May I drink some water?” “Can I smoke before the operation?”

We have compiled a list of questions for you.


1. Blood Thinners

You should stop taking these and similar medications, particularly aspirin, at least 10 days before the procedure. Liposuction, tummy tuck, bbl, breast aesthetics, and rhinoplasty are all high-risk procedures. Because aspirin and similar drugs can cause excessive bleeding, your surgery may be jeopardized.

2. Armpit and Genital Area Cleaning

You should clean your armpits and genital area at least one week ahead of time. Because of the hairs and hairs cut 1-2 days before the surgery, the skin will be vulnerable to infection. You can avoid this situation by cleaning the fluff and hair a week ahead of time.

3. Birth Control Pill

You should discontinue your birth control medication at least one month before your surgery because it may cause clotting, particularly in the legs. (Clot Discharge: A vein blockage in the legs)

4. Herbal Teas

Some herbal teas have been linked to an increase in the risk of bleeding. As a result, herbal teas should be avoided one week before and one week after surgery.

5. Fasting For 6 - 8 Hours

Fasting for 6-8 hours prior to the operation is recommended. Water, including, should not be consumed during this process. This is due to the risk of vomiting caused by a full stomach during general anesthesia. Liquid and food may leak into your windpipe in this case. The 6-8 fasting rule should be followed to avoid negative outcomes. You should consult your doctor if you need to use a medication. Your doctor may advise you to drink your medicine with a very small amount of water.

6. Take a Shower

Taking a shower before the surgery or before going to bed at night will help you relax.

7. Do Not Do Heavy Sports

Heavy sports should be avoided 15 days before your plastic surgery. Allow your body to rest. You can participate in less strenuous sports. Having an operation while tired can have a negative impact on the healing process.

8. Do Not Diet

You can stop eating 10 days before your plastic surgery. You can resume your normal diet. You should avoid foods that cause constipation for at least 2-3 days before the surgery.

9. Do Not Use Smoking and Drugs

You should stop smoking at least two days before the surgery. It is well known that smoking impairs the circulation of oxygen in the blood. This situation complicates the healing of surgical wounds in particular.

It has been observed that patients who use drugs have difficulties during surgery. It is known that a patient who does not use drugs requires nearly three times the amount of sedation medication. Because tobacco and alcohol promote the formation of sputum in the mouth, they may cause complications during the procedure. Marijuana use just before surgery can result in heart strain or even a heart attack.

10. Get Your Control Tests Done

One month before your surgery, you can have control tests. By learning your blood values, you can determine whether you have a health problem that precludes surgery.

It will be beneficial for patients over the age of 40 to undergo cardiology examinations and obtain information about their heart health.

Control Tests