Surgery And Aspirin

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Deb Says:

I had a blockage in the main artery in my stomach going down into my left leg 2 months ago. I had to have a stent put in and was put on Plavix and Aspirin. After a month I discontinued the Plavix and have continued on Aspirin, the question is that I want to have breast augementation done would it hurt me to have it done knowing that I am taking an 81mg Aspirin?

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David Says:

Hi Deb,

Usually when your considering an operation, the surgeon will give you pre-op instructions as to what is and is not allowed or recommended. From past experiences of friends and family going into surgery, I know that they haven't been able to take any sort of medication (even vitamins) befpre an operation, so personally, I wouldn't suggest taking anything.

I hope this advice helps!

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