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    Default How sick do you have to be before cancelling an operation.

    Hi

    I have an operation in 2 weeks time (open surgery to remove an ovarie) but lately every night and morning I get a bit of a sniffle nose but nothing else and usually stops by 10am I guess when the temp really drops and it's getting to me but when it warms up its gone.

    They won't cancel my operation for that would they?
    I would just hate to wait longer and may get sick or it would be ongoing.

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    If you don't have a fever or infection I'm sure you will be fine. And still 2 weeks to go. Maybe call and speak to someone and just check.

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    Thanks yeah no fever or infection just an annoying sniffley nose.
    This is my first big operation.

    Will call on Monday just to double check.


 

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