It is essential to monitor the general medical condition for the patient in the first 3-4 hours’ post-surgery.
If our patient already suffers from high blood pressure, they might experience fluctuations in their blood pressure during this process.
It is normal to experience nausea, vomiting, staggers, exhaustion, or blackouts. That is why we find it important to allow the patient to rest for the 3-4 hours after surgery.
In the following days, you should avoid getting any direct sunlight on the recipient area, and avoid dusty places and the rain.