Posted August 26, 2014 in Beauty, Blog, General Medical Information, Rhinoplasty, Uncategorized

Points from the video:

00:07 – Dr Persky advises to take rest for the first 2-3 days;

00:15 – He discusses how the patient needs to get going easy to avoid any increase in blood flow to the nose after undergoing rhinopasty;

00:34 – He advises to resume all aerobic activities after 3-4 weeks of rhinopasty;

We ask patients after rhinopasty to rest in bed for first two days; they are able to get up to go to the rest room, to go to the kitchen to get something to eat; but other than that, we want them stay down.

After about the third-fourth day, they are able to get up, walk around; they can come to the office, they can walk around the block if they want;

After about 3 1/2 -4 weeks, they can resume all aerobic activities and lifting. Prior to that time, anything they do can increase the blood flow to their nose and increase the risk of bleeding; so we ask the patient to kind of keep it quiet during the first 18-21 days after rhinoplasty.

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