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Do You Think Running for Short Distances but Not Very Fast Has Influence on the Shape of Nose in the First Month of Rhinoplasty?

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Exercise is permitted after rhinoplasty.

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After the acute swelling has subsided in a couple of days patients may resume athletic activity being careful to keep the nose out of harms way.


Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
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Exercise after Rhinoplasty

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Exercise of any form is not known to have any adverse effects on the eventual shape of the nose after rhinoplasty. You should resume exercise based on your comfort level and the ability to breathe through your nose.

Barry L. Eppley, MD, DMD
Indianapolis Plastic Surgeon
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Running after rhinoplasty

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It does not affect the nose in any significant way unless you fall and hit the nose. Regards
Dr. J
Disclaimer: This answer is not intended to give a medical opinion and does not substitute for medical advice. The information presented in this posting is for patients’ education only. As always, I encourage you to see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case.

Tanveer Janjua, MD
Bedminster Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Rhinoplasty and exercise

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Dear Golnoush,

  1. After 3 weeks, normal exercise is OK
  2. Just be aware that it can cause more swelling to occur (after a workout)
  3. It should not have any long term effects after this time frame
  4. Has it changed for the worse over the past month?

Best regards,

Nima Shemirani
 

Nima Shemirani, MD
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Exercise and a rhinoplsty

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Most strenuous activities should be avoided for the first 3 to 4 weeks after a rhinoplasty after that you should be able to exercise up to your tolerance level.  

Jeffrey Zwiren, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
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