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?

What surgical technique will you use?

How extensive will this surgery be?

Can I have this surgery done on both thighs at the same time?

What are the possible options for what my thighs may look like after my surgery?

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

Will this surgery affect my movement and flexibility?

Is it possible to have other cosmetic procedures done at the same time?

How long will the results of this surgery last?

What are the chances that I may need additional procedures after this surgery?

How much will this surgery cost?

How long will this surgery take?

Where and how big will my incision be?

Will I have any visible scars?

Will I have bandages after this surgery?

How long will any swelling, tenderness or discomfort last?

How long will it take for my arm to recover so that I can see its final shape?

What will my thighs feel like after surgery in the short and long-term?

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?

Will I need any special clothing to wear for my thighs?

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

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

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?

On the day of the surgery

How did my procedure go?

When will we stop the preventative antibiotics started before surgery?

When can we restart my usual prescription medications?

How are we preventing the formation of blood clots?

When can I have my drains or tubes removed?

When can I eat or drink?

How much longer do you think I need to stay in the hospital?

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 incision?

When can I take a shower?

Questions to Ask After My Surgery

Do I have sutures that need to be removed?

How long do I need to wear any special supportive clothing?

Questions to Ask After My Surgery

Do I have sutures that need to be removed?

How long do I need to wear any special supportive clothing?

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?

Make sure your care providers wash their hands before and after your care?

Do not wait until your pain is severe before you ask for pain medication?

Make sure the call button is within reach before medical staff leave the room?

Sit on the edge of the bed for a few minutes before you stand up to prevent getting dizzy?

Do not get out of bed without help if you feel weak or dizzy?

You have a fever higher than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit?

You have shortness of breath or chest pain?

You notice increased redness, swelling, warmth, or pain around your surgical incision?

You notice that your incision is separating or you have infected discharge from your incision?

Your bandages are repeatedly soaked with blood?

You have persistent numbness/tingling in your legs?

You have pain that your existing pain medications cannot control?

Take pain and other medications as prescribed?

Do not drive when you are on prescription pain medications?

Do not soak in a bath or go swimming for ten days after your surgery?

Follow your doctor’s instructions on caring for any drains you may go home with?

Keep your incision clean and dry?

Follow your doctor’s instructions on wearing any supportive equipment for your thighs?

Avoid strenuous exercise and heavy lifting as long as your doctor advises?

Follow your doctor’s instructions on resuming normal daily activities?

Follow your doctor’s instructions on resuming sexual activity?

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