Test Lifting Must Read
Test lifting precautions
You must fast for 8 hours before surgery. However, you can only drink up to 200cc of water (mineral water) up to 4 hours before surgery. Be sure to quit smoking 1 week before surgery and refrain from drinking alcohol for 2-3 days before surgery. For one week before surgery, do not take aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen, piroxicum, vitamin E, anti-inflammatory drugs, or arthritis medications that can cause bleeding. (However, vitamin C, Tylenol, etc. can be taken.)
What to prepare on the day of test lifting
It is absolutely prohibited for anyone performing surgery. Please come to the hospital wearing comfortable, comfortable clothing. The lenses will be reversed at the start of surgery, so please prepare glasses. Due to concerns about the front, all precious metals such as rings and earrings are excluded. During the surgery, light body oil is not applied, and manicures and pedicures are not completed (including gel nails). For those who are menstruating, we recommend using template cloth. If you don’t mind, wear a helmet as it can cause swelling.
After test lifting surgery
You will visit the hospital for disinfection the day after surgery, but if it is unavoidable to come to the hospital, you do not need to visit. Avoid pressing the surgical area or massaging the meridians for 2 months. Wash your hair after 1-2 days. Before that, avoid contact with water. Stitches are removed after 5 to 7 days. It is recommended to quit smoking and drinking alcohol for one month after surgery to prevent inflammation. After discharge from the hospital on the day of surgery, take the prescribed medication three times a day for three days after meals. Please visit the hospital for observation one month after the stitches are removed. Your menstrual cycle may become temporarily irregular after surgery.