Rules and Contraindications for PRP
Before PRP therapy:
- Do not take any anticoagulants (blood thinners) for a few days before your procedure. These include such well-known drugs as ibuprofen and aspirin.
- On the day when PRP is performed, do not perform other cosmetic procedures.
- Eliminate fatty, fried, smoked foods, alcohol (including beer), cigarettes from the diet.
On the day of the procedure:
- If the procedure is performed in the morning, you should come on an empty stomach (you can only drink water)
- Be sure to drink about 2 liters of water the day before and on the day of the procedure.
- Do not smoke on the day of the procedure
- Do not drinking alcohol the day of the procedure
WHAT NOT TODO AFTER THE PROCEDURE?
For the first two days after PRP therapy , do not take hot baths, saunas, a swimming pool or go to the gym, do not swim in open water (lakes, sea) and do not visit a solarium.
There are no specific restrictions. Stick to a healthy lifestyle.
- Purulent-infectious diseases of the skin
- Blood clotting disorders and blood diseases
- Decreased immunity
- Hepatitis (HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B and C)
- Diseases of the kidneys and pancreas
- Exacerbation of any chronic disease
- pregnancy and breastfeeding
- mental illness
- infectious diseases (URTI, herpes)
- menstruation period at the time of the procedure
- an allergic reaction to an anticoagulant (sodium heparin is a drug that does not allow blood in a test tube to clot).
- Antibiotics 14 days before
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