Why do I need this surgery?

What will this surgery do?

What are the risks and possible complications of this surgery?

What are my non-surgical options?

Are there any other surgical options?

How long will the results of this surgery last?

What are my options for how much my breast size can be reduced?

What are the chances that I could need any additional procedures done during this surgery (ie. liposuction around arms and underarms)?

Where and how big will my incision be?

Will I have any visible scars?

Can I see options for the possible results of my surgery?

Can I see before and after pictures of your previous work?

How often do you do this type of surgery?

How much will this surgery cost?

How long will this surgery take?

Will I have bandages on my chest after this surgery?

How long will any swelling last?

How will my breasts feel after surgery in the short and long-term?

Will this surgery affect any future tests I may have?

What can I expect my pain to be like?

What are my options for pain medications after surgery?

Will I have any tubes or drains put in during surgery and for how long?

How long will I be in the hospital after my surgery?

How long will it be before I can get back to my normal routine?

Will I need any supportive apparel after this surgery?

How long will it be until I can drive again?

How long will it be until I can go back to work?

What kinds of anesthesia can I have for this procedure?

Do I need to see an anesthesiologist before my surgery?

Can you review my medication list with me?

Will I need to stop or change any of my current medications?

What tests do I need to do before surgery?

When should I stop eating and drinking before surgery?

What time should I arrive for my surgery?

Can I get directions and contact information for your clinic/hospital?

Will I need someone to drive me home from the hospital?

Preparation for surgery

How long will my surgery take?

How long will it be until I wake up?

When will my visitors be able to see me?

Do I need any medication to prevent blood clots?

Do I need any antibiotics to prevent infections?

Make sure your identity has been confirmed with name and date of birth?

Make sure you have confirmed the surgery you are having?

Make sure the correct site of your surgery has been marked?

Confirm any allergies and side-effects you might have?

Make sure you understand and have signed the informed consent forms?

How did my procedure go?

When will we stop the preventative antibiotics started before surgery?

When can we restart my usual prescription medications?

When can I have my drains, tubes, and/or catheters removed?

When can I eat or drink?

What needs to happen before I can be discharged?

How are we going to manage my pain?

Have we arranged for my prescriptions to be filled?

Are there any medications that I need to avoid?

How do I take care of my incisions?

Are there any special instructions for caring for my breasts?

When can I take a shower?

When do I need to come back for a follow-up appointment?

When will my bandages be removed?

Do I have staples or sutures that need to be removed?

How long will I need to wear supportive apparel? (if applicable)

What can my activity level be when I get home?

When can I go back to work?

When can I drive again?

When can I resume sexual activity?

After your procedure

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Post-operative care/instructions

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