Is It Part of the Healing Process?
Rhino 14 Days Ago - What Is This Yellow Tinge Around my Eyes and Forehead?
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Yellow Eyes and Forehead after Rhinoplasty
The normal yellow color your seeing is caused by the breakdown of blood in the skin secondary to bleeding during rhinoplasty your rhinoplasty 14 days ago. This will pass - right now it is your badge of courage.
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The yellow tinge around my eyes after Rhinoplasty
The yellowish color is very common and is will disappear .
It happens as the bruising subsides.
Not to worry.
The yellow color you see is most likely a result of bruising following the procedure. The hemoglobin is broken down in the skin, which causes the yellow color. This should fade pretty rapidly.
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I am assuming that a yellow tinge that you are seeing is probably resolving bruising but without seeing you I can not be sure.
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This is commonly the end stage of bruising. In rare instances it can be jaundice but I would doublt this. In any event confirm this with your surgeon. In most instances, it resolves by 3-4 weeks.
Yellow Tinge Around Eyes 2 Weeks After Rhinoplasty
The yellow tinge that you are experiencing is from the breakdown of hemoglobulin in red blood cells. It is a normal healing pattern after bruising. Good luck and be well.
Most likely it is your bruising that is evolving/resolving. Usually when you have surgery that causes some eccymosis aka brusing, the color goes through a transition from a purple/black hue to a redish brownish color, then to a greenish and finally a yellowish tinge. It's also possible that if Betadine was used to prep your face for surgery, it could be the the dye from the betadine that is giving you the yellowish tinge. In either case, if you can be just a little more patient, I'm sure the color will resolve. hope that helps
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