Do you have facial contouring anemia?
Q: A woman in her late 20s. The round face shape is slightly angled, and the cheekbones are a little out. I have anemia, so wouldn’t it matter if I had facial contouring?
I wonder if I have to visit another hospital before surgery for an examination, or if I just go to the hospital where I’m going to operate, they do everything on their own.
A: If facial contouring surgery is performed by an experienced specialist, anemia is not a big problem because there is not much bleeding.
However, if the degree of anemia is severe, some bleeding can also be a problem.
Usually, blood tests are performed before surgery to determine anemia levels. Women under 12 have a little anemia, and women under 10 have a little higher likelihood of transfusion 비아그라 파는곳
If you have severe anemia in preoperative tests, you may need to undergo a medical examination or surgery three months after taking iron, but this is very unlikely.
It is highly likely that it will not have a significant impact on surgery. Consult a specialist and decide.