Please tell us something about yourself and if you are already one of the "Almonte Dolls", tell other members of the forum your experience after your surgery.
- 10 months, 3 weeks ago
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Please read our posting guide and also our rules of the forum, it is important that you comply with our rules to share experiences and knowledge with each other, the staff of Dr. Fatima Almonte, is at your disposal to answer all your concerns and, also know that our Dolls will be eager to share their experience.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, she does. Don’t worry about it.The recommended stay is 10 days, the minimum stay required is 8 days for any surgery.Our Taxi will have sign with your name when you get to the exit.Recovery time depends on how you how your body develops after the surgery, most patients take from 4 to 6 weeks to be able to return to work, however, it’ll depend on your body and how you feeling.We offer a package that includes Recovery House, Transportation to and from airport, meds, pre surgery test and bloodwork, and some other things that could vary depending on the procedure you will get.Most patients take from 4 to 8 weeks, however, you could choose your recovery time as well.If the surgery is for reconstructive purposes, insurance may cover your procedure. For cosmetic surgeries, insurance is usually not involved. As well, there is a mandatory international medical insurance that needs to be purchase prior surgery. This will cover any complications cause by the surgery with up to US$15,000.00 in medical reimbursement.
- Stop taking any non-prescribed supplements (vitamins, minerals and herbal products) seven days prior to surgery.
- NO smoking at least six weeks prior to surgery to avoid healing problems and serious medical complications following surgery. (You might need to interconsult with the clinic’s pneumologist at an extra cost to be able to get clearance for surgery)
- Consult with us if you are taking aspirin or products with anticoagulation properties about when or whether to discontinue them before surgery to minimize the risk of unnecessary bleeding, as well, any other medication you might take.
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