Are hot flashes, fever, and sensation to puke normal after a Breast Augmentation?
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Breast augmentation recovery
The symptoms you described are normal after general anesthesia. There are medications available to help with the nausea and vomiting. You should notify your surgeon about the fever to see what is advised. Make sure you are taking deep breaths. Try blowing up some balloons if you have any at home. You should be feeling better soon.
Post Op Nausea
Yes, nausea post op can be normal and treated with anti-nausea medication. Fever should be addressed by your surgeon. They will likely want you to do some deep breathing to ensure proper lung function and evaluate how you tolerate the medications you have been given. I recommend that you give your surgeon a call so that they can advise you.
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Breast Augmentation/Breast Implants/Anatomic Gummy Bear Implants/ Silicone Implants/Breast Implant Revision
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It is important to maintain hydration especially after surgery. My practice recommends avoiding water, tea, and coffee, and sticking with drinks high in electrolytes such as Gatorade, or Pedialyte. These options will help reduce nausea. Additionally, do not take the antibiotic and pain medication at the same time. Space them out by an hour. Furthermore, make sure you are taking all medications after you have eaten. Ensuring you stay very hydrated, spacing out the timing of your medications, and taking your medication with food on your stomach should help you feel better overall. Always, if your symptoms persist, call your physician.Hope this hopes,Dr. Tyrone.
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