Getting a mommy makeover, tummy tuck, BBL, butt augmentation & breast augmentation. I smelt smoke; is that bad?
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Mommy make-over - was smoke and gas exposure bad?
- You should be fine - your exposure was very brief.
- you are right to also let your own surgeon know.
- Let your husband know you can't help him with the grass for at least 8 weeks after your surgery!
Your limited exposure to the gas fumes should not affect your #mommymakover #results. No worries! That being said, once you get your surgery, please refrain from doing any strenuous work like mowing the lawn for six weeks after surgery.
Contact your #boardcertified plastic surgeon if you have any major concerns.
Exposure to smoke
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