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Where in Pattaya I can remove my stitches?


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My last medical appointment surprisingly culminated in a small surgery. Now I have tasteful stitches on my back but it's not going to ruin my Pattaya holiday. I just need some information about hospitals in Pattaya where I can go to remove my stitches without waiting hours with dozens of other patients.

Maybe sb knows how much it can cost and if hospitals are open during Buddha day?

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pattaya memorial hospital on pattaya klang is fine

Bangkok pattaya hospital if you fancy spending alot :GoldenSmile1:

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This

 

 

No need for the expense or inconvenience of traipsing off to a hospital for them to eventually have a nurse snip your stitches

 

Any clinic...theyre everywhere in Pattaya

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My last medical appointment surprisingly culminated in a small surgery. Now I have tasteful stitches on my back but it's not going to ruin my Pattaya holiday. I just need some information about hospitals in Pattaya where I can go to remove my stitches without waiting hours with dozens of other patients.

Maybe sb knows how much it can cost and if hospitals are open during Buddha day?

 

Any MD can remove stitches assuming there are no staples (which uses a small tool). Frankly anyone with the right scissors and rubber gloves can remove stitches. 

 

Search for whatever western trained MD people here seem to trust.

 

Pattaya Memorial is a nice place but you can wait like any hospital. Lots of Rooskies seem to go there.

 

If you are out and about I have found the best hospital is PhyaThai in Sriracha arranged through the ex-pat relations guy Gavin Waddell.

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Just get a girl to remove them. It's not as technical as putting them in

 

 

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The few times I had stitches, always removed them myself. Just give the area of the stitches a good cleaning with rubbing alcohol first, then cut the knot with a scissors and pull.

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  • 4 months later...
7 hours ago, MalcolmT said:

can get removed at any clinic, and a lot cheaper than hospital

 

Bit late......the thread is 4 months old,stitches will have fallen out already :Oops5:

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