Recovery Tips After A Plastic Surgery

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While it is pretty exciting and a sometimes a major turning point in a patient’s life to have such surgery done, the faster you recover or the fast you heal, the fast you can get to enjoy the new look. But of course, this recovering speed differs from patient to patient and this differ according to the procedure of the surgery as well. While there are so many such factors that affect the recovery speed, according to your overall health there are some tips you could undergo to gain speed recovery. The following are some of them. 

If it is hurting and if you are have bruises on you and places in your body seem to be welling, fear not! Those are parts of the speedy recovery process and they are pretty normal things in a post Bangkok cosmetic surgery or to say many surgeries. There are many patients who plan on getting it through the pain by bearing it in. remember this is not a good sign for the rest of the body and the more pain you plan on bearing the weaker your body will get, and that is the last thing you need if you want to recover soon. So make sure to take those pain killers you were given.  

Also keep in mind to never use any other medicine or do any herbal treatments as it may clash with the prescribed. 

During the first 48 – 50 hours of the surgery, you need to rest. Of course, don’t take in way serious and stay in bed all day but you shouldn’t do anything to tire yourself but move a bit slowly as it will ease the pain a bit as well as help recovery. Of course, this is an instruction given in many surgeries like breast augmentation Thailand and etc. as well. I am sure you may not feel like walking a long mile but even a walk around the house, some very gentles stretching movements is enough to keep your blood flowing. Keep a reminder every hour to get up and move around for a bit. 

Always remember that your recovery takes its own time, and sometimes you may not see the actual results till another few days, now don’t panic when you see all the swelling and worry that it hasn’t come out right. This panicking may slow down the speed of recovery in your body. 

This goes without saying to any patient, but don’t smoke. Not many patients take this serious, but while you need to stop smoking 8 weeks before the surgery you also need to maintain it afterwards as well, at least till you are fully recovered. 

Well, that’s about it. Good luck with the surgery!