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Phase7: vomiting after Sx

Phase7: vomiting after Sx

—————————————- Unfortunately, getting sick after anesthesia is extremely common. In fact, one in three patients suffer from post-op nausea and vomiting (or PONV). If you’re someone who gets sick after anesthesia, you know just how frustrating it can be to wake up from surgery nauseous and vomiting—especially when all you want to do is get discharged and head home for…

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phase7: what to expect (preOp to postOp)

phase7: what to expect (preOp to postOp)

What to do after you land: a play-by-play after arriving for preOp (this is for surgery ctrs only) ——————- PreOp: ——————- ? this is where you sign all of the legal docs. Most places will take your vitals, have you pee in a cup, and some places will draw your blood ? you’ll be given a surgery time; plan to…

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Having sex after Plastic Surgery

Having sex after Plastic Surgery

(#phase8: maintenance) A motivating factor for many people is a desire to feel sexier than ever, but how long will Sx get in the way of your sex life? Winter nights can get awfully cold, so let’s talk about how soon after Sx you can warm up with your partner again. Sx is surgical procedure, so you will need some…

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Phase8: stitches

Phase8: stitches

#SxFunFact: stitches don’t actually fully dissolve. At least not outside of the body they dont. Stitches are usually apart of any surgery but rarely are clients informed of what to expect from them, what theyre made of, or how to care for them. #Dissolvablestitches are made from natural materials, such as processed #collagen (animal intestines), #silk and #hair, as well…

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Sniffing alcohol can ward off nausea and lightheadedness

Sniffing alcohol can ward off nausea and lightheadedness

The use of isopropyl alcohol pads to treat nausea has mainly been used for postoperative nausea and vomiting related to inhalational anesthesics. In this setting, isopropyl alcohol has shown promise in reducing the need for additional conventional intravenous medications to treat ongoing nausea. “We love it when we find a cheap, easy and fast way to bring relief to our…

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5 flat belly drinks

5 flat belly drinks

Holiday indulgences, lapsed gym memberships, and the perils of the office vending machine. These are just three of the many obstacles standing between you and the flat belly you’ve been dreaming of. Of course, you know that there are a few changes you can make to your lifestyle in order to finally see those toned, flat abs. Portion control, clean…

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Texting can lead to vertebral issues and an alignment

Texting can lead to vertebral issues and an alignment

#TaimeOutTip: There are two things I can tell about you right now. Most likely you are reading this article on your smart-phone or on your #computer, and your posture is not the best while you are doing so. Am I right? Your #head is tilted, your #shoulders are rounded and your spine is not upright. Third poor posture is called…

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Men, here’s a tip for better posture

#TaimeOutTip: (i know @vitalityhealthandwellness approves of this!) When it comes to your wallet, size matters. Carrying a big, fat wad of cash in your pocket can mean major trouble for your back. It’s the go-to spot for stowing your stuff, but sitting on a pile of cards, bills, and coins could put stress on your hip joint and lower back. Let’s…

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Natural solution for a headache or an ear ache

Natural solution for a headache or an ear ache

#TaimeOutTip: Whenever you suffer from an annoying and painful #headache or #earache, garlic can help relieve your misery. Just put a few drops of garlic oil on a cotton ball (or take a peeled clove of garlic), and gently place it in the opening of your ear. Once you start to feel a heat sensation spreading through your ear, the…

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phase3: labs and clearances— hemo (hB)

Safe ways to increase your hemo Hemoglobin is a protein found in the red blood cells. These cells are responsible for carrying oxygen around the body. In addition to transporting oxygen, hemoglobin carries carbon dioxide out of the cells and into the lungs. Carbon dioxide is then released as a person exhales. Having low hemoglobin can make it difficult for…

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Phase7: the lymphatic system

(Stare at this first pic for a bit. This is your lymphatic system summarized) . . The body is made up of 11 [or 12… depends on who you talk to] body systems. The lymphatic system is the main defense that works in conjunction with the immune system to protect your body. Imagine this is #GameofThrones and the city is…

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Phase5: Surgery hacks

? put a tiny audio device or camera in your hair OR in/on your bonnet to see/listen your surgery later to ensure your surgeon did your surgery (please note: cannot be used in court if staff isn’t informed of recording, this is for your own personal knowledge) . . ?alcohol under the nose when lightheaded to keep from passing out…

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