How Long after an Operation Can You Fly?

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The time when you can fly after an operation depends on the type of surgery you had. Normally, if you really need to fly, the minimum number of days allowed is 10 days. Otherwise it is advisable to take at least four weeks before flying.
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It depends on the type of operation. Your physician is the proper person so answer that queston.
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1 Make sure the thing you're bringing in will not land or hit someone as it comes in. This is extremely important, as they can weigh a ton. They can seriously injure someone if you're
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Probably because it was already scheduled. Your question suggest he should have done otherwise. Tell us why. Embed Quote
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