I need heart valve replacement surgery. I'm looking at two dates, Nov. 6 and Nov. 21st. I am a Virgo, Moon in Pisces. I've been told surgery is always best during the waning moon, but I've also been told when adding something like a new valve, the waxing moon is best. So much to consider and so much conflicting information. Which date do you think looks best and why? I see positives and negatives to both. Thank you for any advice/insight!
I am not entirely comfortable giving medical advice, so listen to your doctor. It's not good to have surgery during the Full Moon because it causes people to bleed more. On Nov. 6th, the Moon is in Pisces, and the 21st in Virgo. So did you choose these dates based on your Sun and Moon positions? If so, I would go with the 21st, when the Moon is conjunct your Sun, not the 6th, when the Moon is conjunct your Moon. There is more drama and emotion when the Moon is conjunct our Moons.
Updated on October 1, 2019
By Jean Bakula