Jey, if I had a cardiac condition (I don't) I would not try to evaluate my condition but I would see a specialist for examination. Members of this forum have answered many rhinoplasty questions for you at different times in the recent past - I suggest that you have a consultation with a surgeon experienced in this work to examine you, evaluate your nose, present alternatives, and establish reasonable expectations.
An experienced ethnic rhinoplasty surgeon can definitely give you that answer. However, if you touch the tip of your nose and you can feel two seperate pieces of stiff protuberences, then your feeling you lower lateral cartilages and you probably have very thin skin. If you cannot feel these protuberences and the skin is oily and stiff, you probably have thicker skin.
The thickness of skin on the nose is one of the least changeable parts of your nose. Thick skin will result in a nose that has softer angles, less definition, and is broader. Thicker skin will also retain swelling longer after surgery. Some surgeons will attempt to thin nasal skin, however I do not agree with this practice. It carries a high risk of complication which may permanently disfigure you.
Thicker nasal skin is more common in darker skin types. ...