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Medical Travel To India – Guidelines

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We advise you to follow below mentioned guidelines for making your stay safe and hassle-free in India:

  • Ensure to have all the contact details of your coordinator in India.
  • Always follow your Indian doctor’s advice in stopping or starting of medication before or after the surgery.
  • Stop takingany blood thinners such as aspirin or warfarin medication 7-10 days before your arrivalto India.
  • Please start the special diet if any, advised or mentioned by medical team 7-10 days before your arrival to India.
  • It is requested to stop taking any oral contraceptive pills or birth control pills 20 days before your arrival to India.
  • It is requested to stop alcohol intake and any tobacco intake (Smoking) 2 weeks before your surgery or arrival toIndia.
  • It is advisable to use and consume only sealed bottled mineral water.
  • It is always recommended to keep your passport safe with you or trusted relatives,while travelling.
  • It is mandatory to collect discharge summary and all your pre & post medical reports before leaving the hospital.
  • For post-op recuperation, if you choose a sightseeingjaunt then it is strongly advisedto share your entire itinerary with us, this will help us in a proper follow up on your health recovery and post-op medical care.
  • It is advised to give us 24hr prior notification before you leave hospital premises in India, so as to arrange hassle free logistics and local accommodation for you.
  • It is advised you to stay at safe, clean and hygienic hotel
  • Always carry a mosquito repellent cream with you or make sure that your hotel is mosquito –free or provides mosquito nets.
  • Stay away and do not talk to strangers, do not accept any offered food or drinks.
  • Do not consume food or drinks in unhygienic restaurants.
  • Please avoid underdoneor raw food esp. poultry, fish or meat.

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