Is it okay to donate plasma 3 months after getting a breast augmentation done?

Doctor Answers 7

Plasma Donation


Most women find the recovery process very tolerable and are getting back to their normal lives within a week and are able to resume all activities within six weeks. You will be well-healed and could donate 3 months post surgery. All the best

Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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Donate plasma post aug

You should be fine after 3 months so go and do it if you want.there should be no problem.They will check your count.

Robert Brueck, MD
Fort Myers Plastic Surgeon
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Donating blood after a breast augmentation

You are totally recovered from your surgery at 3 months after and would be safe to donate plasma. It is a great thing to do! Continue to stay hydrated and take your vitamins so that you keep feeling great. Best wishes!

K. Roxanne Grawe, MD
Columbus Plastic Surgeon
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Blood donation

Thank you for your question, and thank you for donating plasma! Yes, at 3 months you should be fine.  All the best, 

Keshav Magge, MD
Bethesda Plastic Surgeon
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Shoud be fine

Your plasma donation is well into recovery after your breast augmentation.
It should be fine to donate.

Keith Denkler, MD
Marin Plastic Surgeon
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No problem with blood donation three months after breast augmentation.

A properly executed breast augmentation loses almost no blood. After three months you should have no problem donating blood.

Vincent N. Zubowicz, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
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I do not any reason why not to donate after breast augmentation.  I would, however, always defer this to your physician.
Best Wishes,
Nana Mizuguchi, MD

Nana N. Mizuguchi, MD, FACS
Louisville Plastic Surgeon
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