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Offline Robert Paulson

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Hey I have a job that requires me to fly on a pressurized A/C for an average of 20-25 hours per week. Is the pressurization something to be concerned with as my surgery heals? I just got surgery yesterday, and as of now I am scheduled to resume flying after a month. Does that sound safe or should I wait longer?

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Online Dr. Elliot Jacobs

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In general, one month after surgery should be quite safe to fly.  If you have any specific poblems or questions, best to direct them to your surgeon.

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Offline DrPensler

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Flying should not be a problem.
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