1- After the surgery and transferring the patient from the operating room to the ward, use an ice bag on the nose and under the eyes and continue for up to 48 hours. Then put warm compresses.
2. Bloody discharge from the nose around the nose for up to 72 hours is a normal phenomenon, don’t worry. Nasal gas can be replaced.
3- Rest at home for the day. Be under your head 30-45 degrees taller than your body. Walking tomorrow is unacceptable.
4. After surgery, some people may experience vomiting and even vomiting, so don’t worry. Call in case you are serious.
5. After surgery, some people develop sneezing, sneeze with an open mouth to avoid pressure on the nose, and don’t worry.
6. Start taking your medication (after full alertness) and continue regularly.
7- Day 7-5 Visit the office by appointment to remove the plaster and sutures by appointment. Be sure to bathe before you visit, but do not take the plaster yourself, do not worry if the plaster comes out and go to the office immediately.
8- Day after surgery Remove the nasal bandage and gently rinse the nose with a nasal and syringe serum (at least 5-6 times daily) and suture the area 3 times a day.
9. Avoid straining, throwing, bending, lifting heavy objects, etc. in the first two weeks after surgery.
10 – Nutrition Use the fluids for the first day and then eat soft and cooked foods such as sliced rice, cooked chicken, porridge, soup that do not require much chewing. (Meals are low in consumption)
11- After surgery, your nose will have swelling which will decrease in severity in the first month but will last for about 18-12 months. The best way to reduce swelling is over time.
12. Swelling and bruising under the eyes and even intraocular bruising are simple complications of nose surgery that usually disappears 2-3 weeks after surgery, so don’t worry.
13- When you go to the sutures to bring the sutures (sandis-chocolate) with you.
14. Avoid exercising for up to a month. Then light activities such as swimming (avoid diving), treadmills are permitted. But do not play ball and martial arts for up to 6 months.
15- Use comfortable clothing (do not wear ski collar and similar)
16. If you have a tampon, you will be notified when it will be removed.
17. Communication channels and telegraph number I have written at the end. In case of emergency, call only by telegram. (Severe nasal bleeding is one of the emergencies. You can ask your miscellaneous questions in the form section of the site or by phone to the office.
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