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Can you take cold Medicine before a knee surgery?

Related Topics: Knee, Surgery, Coldness

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You should not take ANY medication prior to surgery without the expressed knowledge and permission of your surgeon and anesthesiologist. Some cold medications contain drugs that can speed up your heart rate and raise your blood pressure.

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