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Published on: 17 Apr 2017 by eastmanvirg77
How to prepare yourself for a breast augmentation surgery
After considering all your breast implants options and deciding to undergo the procedure, you should get all the information you will need regarding things to do before the procedure to minimize complications and improve healing.
Two weeks before your breast augmentation procedure:
Don’t take aspirin or any other product that contains aspirin
Confirm your appointment with the doctor and inform your family
If you get an illness or cold before the procedure, talk to your doctor
Do not smoke
Start taking vitamins like iron, minerals and vitamin C
Talk to someone who will come with you to the surgery to pick you up and be with you during the first day
Stop the herbal supplements you are taking
Two days before your breast augmentation procedure:
Get all the prescription medicines from the drug store
Buy light foods like toast crackers, soup, bagels, tea and juices
Buy a stool softener since pain medications may lead to constipation
On the night of the surgery:
Shower well with the right soap
Take light food and avoid greasy or heavy foods
Sleep early to get enough rest
Do not eat or drink anything after midnight
On the morning of your breast augmentation surgery:
Do not smoke, do not drink and do not eat
Do not put on deodorant or makeup after washing yourself
Do not put on jewelry, hairpieces, hairpins or wigs. Put on comfortable clothes and shoes
Go to the surgery with someone who will be able to drive you home and be with you the first 24 hours
After going home from the surgery, you should rest but try not to be in bed all the time. You can lie on your back or sides and you should move your feet and legs to help blood circulation in the legs.
You should expect to see some bloody drainage within the bandage and it is normal. For the first 48 hours, do not use too much of your arms. You should not use them for supporting yourself or lifting anything heavy. Take liquid diet on the day you get the surgery and if you feel any discomfort, take your pain medicines.