If you are considering having a procedure in the safe setting of an outpatient surgery center in the Triangle, it is recommended that you are prepared in the best way you can. Your doctors will make sure the outcome of the procedure is the most beneficial that it can be. But there are factors that you, as the patient, should take into consideration when getting ready for this important day.
One of these factors, among diet, physical therapy, stopping smoking, or keeping your doctor’s special instructions, is the use of certain medications, even up to two weeks before surgery.
Here is the list of those you should avoid or stop taking: