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(HealthDayNews) -- Si enfrentas una cirugía, probablemente tienes muchas interrogantes que preguntar a tu doctor.
La Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad de Michigan te recuerda preguntar cuán doloroso será el periodo de recuperación. Dice que tanto los medicamentos como los métodos que no incluyen drogas pueden aliviar el dolor post-operatorio.
Luego de la cirugía, la escuela añade que no existe razón para sentir vergüenza cuando te empieza a doler. Pregunta por medicamentos para aliviar el dolor tan pronto comience.
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