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FAQ's

Your doctor will ask for certain preoperative tests according to your medical history and condition. 

 
An accurate assessment of your health is needed before surgery. It is important to know if your thyroid function is adequate or if you are diabetic and, since surgery increases cardiac stress, your heart will be thoroughly evaluated. When indicated, these tests will determine if you have liver malfunction, breathing difficulties, excess fluid in the tissues, abnormalities of the salts or minerals in body fluids, or abnormal blood fat levels.
 
Medical problems, such as serious heart or lung problems, can increase the risk of any surgery. On the other hand, if they are problems that are related to the patient's weight, they also increase the need for surgery. Always inform your doctor about any drug allergies or medical ailment or previous surgeries.
 
The benefits of laparoscopy are typically less discomfort, shorter hospital stay, earlier return to work and reduced scarring.
 
Every attempt is made to control pain after surgery to make it possible for you to move about quickly and become active. This helps avoid problems and speeds recovery. Often several drugs are used together to help manage your post-surgery pain. Ask your surgeon about other pain management options.
 

As long as it takes to be self-sufficient, although it can vary. The hospital stay will depend on your condition and the type of surgery undergone.

 

Almost immediately after surgery doctors will require you to get up and move about. Patients are asked to walk or stand at the bedside on the night of surgery, take several walks the next day and thereafter. On leaving the hospital, you may be able to care for all your personal needs, but will need help with shopping, lifting and with transportation.

 
For your own safety, you should not drive until you have stopped taking narcotic medications and can move quickly and alertly to stop your car, especially in an emergency. Usually this takes 7-14 days after surgery. But you would require to consult with your surgeon.
 

Immediately after surgery, your doctor will provide you with special dietary guidelines. You will need to follow these guidelines closely.

 
Patients are encouraged to stop smoking at least one month before surgery.
 

Smoking increases the risk of lung problems after surgery, can reduce the rate of healing, increases the rates of infection, and interferes with blood supply to the healing tissues.

 
Infrequently: If needed, it is usually given after surgery to promote healing.
 
 
 
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