The doctor physically examines the patient to check the severity of the condition. The doctor also gives counseling about the potential health risks or complications. Before undergoing treatment, a full physical examination will be carried out by the doctor to check your health condition and the patient will also be given counseling regarding the possible risks and complications. The person eligible for the treatment is advised by the doctor to quit smoking for a month before the surgery as it affects the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood.
The surgery is not carried out when a woman is having her periods. The surgery is set in such a way that it takes place at the end of the menstrual cycle. If the surgery is scheduled when your periods end, then it allows the operated area to heal properly before the next menstruation.The post-surgery instructions are given by the doctors so that the patient recovers faster. The instructions include that a patient should not lift heavy objects to avoid extra straining. The patient is also asked to refrain from using the swimming pool or hot tub while recovering. The patient can resume normal activities including sexual intercourse activities after six weeks’ time. It becomes necessary to assure the condition and medication that one must take by visiting the doctor after the recovery period i.e. six weeks’ time.