I Had a Breast Implant Removal 3 Days Ago, is It Okay for Me to Have a Glass of Wine?

I Had a Breast Implant Removal 3 Days Ago, is It Okay for Me to Have a Glass of Wine?

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Wine after surgery

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Best to check with your surgeon. In my practice if you are off all of your pain medicines and sleeping medications then after 3 days a single glass of wine is permitted.

Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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Wine after Breast Implant Removal

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You should not mix alcohol with any medications. Your surgeon would be the best resource for postoperatie instruction.

West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
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I Had a Breast Implant Removal 3 Days Ago, is It Okay for Me to Have a Glass of Wine?

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In our practice post surgery we ask that you refrain from alcoholic beverages for approximately two weeks and also not while taking pain medication.

San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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Wine after breast implant removal.

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In general, if you're not on any medication,like narcotics, and you feel ok, there is no reason why you can not have a glass of wine. It is always safer if you check with your surgeon.

San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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A glass of wine three days after surgery

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It is not a good idea to mix wine and pain  medication just after surgery.  You should probably check in with your surgeon.

Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Glass of Wine after Breast Augmentation?

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Thank you for the question.

Although it will probably be “okay” for you to have a glass of wine, I would suggest that you avoid the use of alcohol with narcotics and/or other medications that you may be using at this time. Run  this question by your plastic surgeon who is ultimately responsible for their care.

Best wishes.

Web reference: http://www.poustiplasticsurgery.com/Procedures/Procedure_breastAugmentation.htm

San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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