Adenoidectomy Surgical Instructions Index

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Neither aspirin nor ibuprofen should be taken within 10 days of your adenoidectomy. Don't drink or eat anything six hours before the surgery. Eat a light, soft, and cool diet as tolerated once the patient has recovered fully from the anesthetic. Avoid hot liquids for several days. A follow-up appointment will be made 10 to 14 days after the procedure.

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