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How Soon Can I Fly after a General Anesthetic?

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Flying after a general anaesthetic may put you at high risk of suffering complications such as deep vein thrombosis. The most advisable thing to do would be to consult your medical practitioner or specialist for advice. You also need to check with your airline since each airline has its own regulations.
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There was no info about how soon after surgery
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I reckon that pain killers can be taken right away after the general anesthesia if you are in a lot of pain. Most doctors or their stuff would give you some drugs to take home with
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I had an op on Friday and was under till 10:45 then out at 12:30 and the first thing I did was have a cigarette! I felt bit funny but fine from then on!
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Not medical advice. Do not drink any alcoholic beverages (beer and wine included) for 48 hours after anesthesia as they may make you very sick
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