Like sap rising in a tree or the powerful ocean tides, fluids rise on the full Moon.
Bruising and swelling is much greater on a full Moon. So look at the monthly calendar to block out 3 days before, the day of, and the 2 days after the full Moon. For example, in Nov the full Moon is Nov So no for Nov 9 — In Dec , the full Moon is Dec So no for Dec 8 — And a full Moon is when the Sun and Moon are opposite, and that can bring tension to the surface. There is all kinds of data on how emergency rooms are more active during full Moons, more babies are born due to the pull of the Moon, and more.
So avoid it all by no surgery 3 days before, the day of, and 2 days after the full Moon. Mercury retrograde is usually not a problem for surgery. Surgery is very routine, not highly mercurial. Surgeons are not making up new methods as they go. Mercury is retrograde for three weeks. If your surgery is during these three weeks:. Allow enough time to get to your surgery appointment, and plan to arrive early.
Lunar Cycles Once you know the 6 days to avoid near and on the full Moon, then does your surgery add to the body, remove from the body, or both? Add during the Waxing Moon The waxing Moon is best to add to your body. The waxing Moon starts on a new Moon, and lasts for the next two weeks, building up to the full Moon.
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Stop 3 days before the full Moon. So the 9 days of the waxing Moon is the time for surgery to add not remove something to your body, like a new hip, heart valve, or a breast implant for a cancer survivor.
Remove during the Waning Moon The waning Moon is best to remove from your body. The waning Moon starts the day after the full Moon and lasts for the next two weeks as the full Moon wanes down to the next new Moon. This is the time for surgery to remove something from your body, such as a tumor.
People often confuse waxing and waning because when they think of waxing, they think of candle wax melting. But waxing is building up to the full Moon, not melting down after the full Moon.
Wane down is like wind down to help you remember. What if your surgery does both; removes from the body and adds to the body? Then both the waxing or waning Moon cycles are fine. Just be sure to avoid the full Moon, and the 3 days before and the 2 days after the full Moon.
If you are interested in specifics, we can schedule your six month or one year forecast. But in general, avoid the full Moon, are you adding to or removing from your body, and avoid the Moon sign that rules that body part. The Moon changes signs every two to three days. For examples, avoid breast surgery during the Moon in Cancer, avoid an abortion during Moon in Scorpio, and avoid knee surgery during Moon in Capricorn. Spring, Summer, Autumn — not Winter Cold.