As with any medical procedure, particularly surgery, the recuperation and rest period that follows must be respected and any advice given by the medical professionals should be adhered to. With Medical Tourism, it’s slightly different in the sense that the same medical staff and the doctor won’t be available when you’re back home. So, it’s essential to notify your local doctor beforehand, as they’ll be your first point of contact should you require any professional advice. Of course, a line of communication will remain open with us and the hospital, but there’s only so much that can be discussed over the phone or email and when you believe it’s serious, don’t delay seeing your doctor.
Preparation is everything when it comes to your health, there should be no cutting corners. We recommend taking the following actions in preparation:
For certain medical procedures, the immediate recovery time can be slow and painful, requiring around the clock care. If MyMediTravel did not already provide the answers to the following questions, it’s worth asking your International Hospital in advance:
Once home, it’s likely there’ll be some follow-up requirements, such as removal of stitches and additional prescription needs. The following should be considered after arriving home: