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How long after cardiac bypass surgery should a patient expect to feel as well as prior to the surgery?
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Dr. Samir Dabbous
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: It varies
If the bypass was done after a heart attack it may take a lot longer to recover, whereas if it was an elective procedure then recovery may be possible in 4-6 weeks, especially if followed by good cardiac rehab program.

In brief: It varies
If the bypass was done after a heart attack it may take a lot longer to recover, whereas if it was an elective procedure then recovery may be possible in 4-6 weeks, especially if followed by good cardiac rehab program.
Dr. Samir Dabbous
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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics
In brief: Bypass recovery
This is not an easy answer. In large part, it depends on your overall health and associated diseases (co-morbid conditions) as well as your partcipation and response to rehabilitation and exercise.
Generally speaking don't expect too much for a minimum of 6 months but work hard to achieve the best possible lifestyle to accomplish a rapid recovery.

In brief: Bypass recovery
This is not an easy answer. In large part, it depends on your overall health and associated diseases (co-morbid conditions) as well as your partcipation and response to rehabilitation and exercise.
Generally speaking don't expect too much for a minimum of 6 months but work hard to achieve the best possible lifestyle to accomplish a rapid recovery.
Dr. Otto Placik
Dr. Otto Placik
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