Possible Complications From Rhinoplasty and How to Deal With Them

Update 16/09/2018


With rhinoplasty – One of the procedures you can have done at Naravee Aesthetic Clinic – Comes the risk of complications. Fortunately, there are things you can do to deal with complications should they arise. It will help to know what some of these complications are, and what you can do to help reduce their impact.

Excessive bleeding is one possible complication you may have after rhinoplasty. It is possible that you could have an excessively bloody nose after the surgery. Some of the things you can try to do to help with this include keeping your head elevated to try and keep excess blood from reaching your nose. It is also possible that you may need to go to a hospital if the excessive bleeding won't stop, as there could be issues with healing or with blood clots not forming correctly to stop the blood. When you visit the hospital, you may be given medication to help, and you also may have your nose cleaned to remove discharge in your nose. Keep in mind that some bleeding is possible without need to worry, especially for the first couple of days. It only should be something you worry about if you experience excessive bleeding for several days (or even a week or longer) after the surgery.
While swelling is something that results from most surgeries, the swelling after a rhinoplasty can be difficult to deal with if it makes it hard for you to breathe. The most common way of dealing with swelling is to place ice on the area where it is occurring. While this won't stop the swelling entirely, it can help reduce the swelling so that it doesn't make it so difficult for you to breathe. You can also try to keep your head elevated as much as possible, including using two or three pillows when you sleep. This can prevent fluids from building around your nose, which can help keep swelling down. Keep in mind that swelling for several weeks after rhinoplasty is normal, though if you are having such excessive swelling that it is making it very difficult or impossible to breathe through your nose, you may want to contact your doctor to see what can be done.



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