Can People with Graves Disease Still Do Surgery?
- Asked by terinov
- 10 months ago
I've been suffering with Graves disease for a year now, I want to get rhinoplasty and a lip lift done, however I am worried that the wounds will not heal for me and I will end up getting nasty scars. Usually for me whenever I get a small cut my body would take a longer time to heal and most of the time it would turn into a scar
Undergoing surgery with Graves disease
Yes it is possible to have such surgery, as long as it is under control. Make sure this is discussed with your surgeon during the consultation phase so he or she can ensure the proper medical precautions are taken.
Graves disease and rhinoplasty
It is certainly acceptable undergo a rhinoplasty or cleft lip repair as long as the Graves' disease under control by your endocrinologist
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Rhinoplasty and Grave's
Rhinoplasty can be safely performed in a person with Grave's disease as long as the disease is in remission
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Graves Disease and Rhinoplasty
If you have isolated Graves disease and this has been controlled with meds or surgery or ablation or a combination, you may be a candidate for surgery. This all comes down to control of the disease and the recommendations of your endocrinologist. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
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