Potential complications that nurse and patient should be aware of post-operatively are hypovolaemic shock, venous thromboembolism (VTE), pneumonia, impaired wound healing, constipation, wound dehiscence and acute urinary retention (Brown et al, 2017 and Stanford health care, n.d). Postoperative complications subsidize to increased mortality, period of stay at hospital and also need for an increased level of care at discharge but proper education to the patient can reduce the risks of complications (Tevis & Kennedy, 2013). Educate the patient to avoid heavy lifting and bending for at least two weeks after surgery as this may cause bleeding. Instruct the patient to avoid blowing your nose and also if she has to sneeze, try to keep her mouth open and sneeze naturally. Keep head elevated and use two or more pillows for more successfulness for few days. Instruct the patient how to perform deep breathing exercise, coughing, wound care and explain the importance of these activities. Nurse should edify the patient about the importance of medication post operatively and also explain her that she may experience bruised sensation or swelling on surgical site for few days.