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How long after a knee arthroscopy (keyhole surgery) before you can go on a long journey by car as a passenger?

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Dr. Aruna Seneviratne
Sports Medicine
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In brief: 1 week

After your sutures are removed in a week or so postoperatively you can travel.
Take an Aspirin a day and take frequent breaks to walk around to prevent deep vein thrombosis or a blood clot in your legs.

In brief: 1 week

After your sutures are removed in a week or so postoperatively you can travel.
Take an Aspirin a day and take frequent breaks to walk around to prevent deep vein thrombosis or a blood clot in your legs.
Dr. Aruna Seneviratne
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