accidentally hit the back of my head on a bed headboard could i have damaged my nose...? currently 4 months post op rhinoplasty.
Hit On My Back Of My head 4 Months Post Rhinoplasty. Did I Cause Damage?
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Hit to the back of the head should not affect your nose
Thank you for the question. I do not see how a mild hit to the back of the head could affect your nose so I think you are ok. This is especially true if you did not have pain or bleeding from your nose.
All the best,
Dr. Remus Repta
Back Of Head Trauma Effect On Rhinoplasty
A trauma to the back of your head should not cause an immediate damage to the results of your Rhinoplasty unless your nose has been hit.
Nonetheless, you should have your head checked t make sure no internal bleeding or concussion have taken place.
I encourage you to seek consultation with your surgeon for a physical examination.
Best of luck to you.
As physicians, we are very revealed that you did not suffer further nasal injury or a concussion because a blow to the posterior head could lead to a physical fall or other untoward sequela.
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You description does not suggest that you sustained any trauma. However, to ensure that all is well, request that your surgeon check you.
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Based on your description of the trauma you have sustained, it is unlikely that any damage has been done to your rhinoplasty results. If in any doubt, follow up with your plastic surgeon.
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Thank you your question. From your description, it is unlikely that your nose was involved in the injury. Usually patients can tell if something happened to the nose. Pay your plastic surgeon a visit and take his/her advice.
Hit on back of head and hurt nose?
I doubt very mucht that striking the back of your head coudl in anyway have caused a problem with your recent rhinoplasty. Any concerns shoudl be addressed to your surgeon.