- - Um, is this normal???
|abbeyroad ||04-05-2010 11:53 AM |
Um, is this normal???
I had my rhinoplasty done a week ago and got my splint taken off today. It's still pretty swollen; my surgeon added a strip of silicone with tape down the bridge of my nose. Here's what is making me nervous: he is making me apply pressure to the right side and the bridge of my nose down for five minutes a day until friday. As he explains it, it is as if my nose is clay that will be molded. I have done much research and have never heard of this being a common practice. Is something wrong here, or is this something normal that I just didnt know about?
|robyne00 ||04-05-2010 04:13 PM |
Some docs recommend you apply pressure/massage post rhinoplasty, however, you must do it EXACTLY as your surgeon demonstrates. If you have any questions or doubts about your method of massage/pressure application, ask your doc immediately!!!
You will have swelling for quite some time.
|Mr. Z ||04-06-2010 01:25 AM |
Massaging is common but not that.
Be careful. More pressure than directed could really mess it up.
|abbeyroad ||04-07-2010 02:56 PM |
Thank you everyone!
|robyne00 ||04-07-2010 05:26 PM |
So what's the verdict? Keep us posted!!! :)
|abbeyroad ||04-09-2010 08:51 PM |
Hey, I posted a recap of my follow up in my other thread :)
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