Liposuction to Antalya, Turkey

In preparation for your liposuction surgery, your doctor will most likely supply you with a list of dos and don’ts regarding diet and general health.  (Ask for one if they don’t.)  But there are also a number of practical matters you’ll want to consider including your job and other domestic issues.  Here’s a list the experts suggest should be taken care of at least 2 weeks in advance:

Get as healthy as possible by eating plenty of protein, fruits and vegetables, and a reasonable amount of carbohydrates and healthy fats.  While liposuction is generally considered a safe procedure, you’ll want to be in the best possible physical condition before you subject your body to the demands of surgery and recovery.


Arrange to put all work and other obligations temporarily aside to provide ample recovery time.  If possible, permit yourself freedom from all work-related calls, commitments to family and friends, and physically-demanding responsibilities while you recuperate.  But don’t forget that depending on the type of surgery you undergo, you may need assistance for a brief period of time, so be sure to line-up family or friends to help out.  Between the physical discomfort and pain medication, you may feel quite “out of it” for a few days.


Many doctors suggest that you stop taking all forms of aspirin (including ibuprofen), non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication, cold and sinus medications, as well as vitamins (such as vitamin E) and nutritional supplements that could interfere with your blood’s clotting ability, at least 2 weeks prior to surgery.  (If in doubt, ask your doctor.)  If you are on “the pill,” stop taking it and use another form of contraception until after surgery.  And make sure your doctor is aware of any other prescription medications you may be taking.


If you smoke, stop smoking before surgery and don’t resume after.  Smokers risk chest infections after anesthesia and smoking reduces blood flow to the skin which can increase the risk of circulation problems after surgery, affecting your surgical outcome.


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