If I Have a Cold Can I Still Have Surgery?

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The surgery can be carried out if the cold is the normal one and therefore a test should be done in advance to ensure that the cold is a symptom of a disease like pneumonia. Usually, a surgery should be done when the doctor is sure that the blood clotting is perfect. Some diseases like pneumonia can slow blood clotting.
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