Thank you for your question. Yes, high intensity movements run the risk of causing increased blood pressure which can cause nosebleeds. Please avoid any activity that can increase your chance of being hit in the face or nose, as that trauma will most likely jeopardize your healing process and your new nose. Please consult with your board certified facial surgeon as to the permitted and prohibited activities during recovery.Best wishes,
You should avoid high intensity exercises for 6 to 8 weeks following surgery. Your nose is still fragile at this point. Be careful!
Avoid nasal trauma for 6 weeks after rhinoplasty
You nose is still very fragile at this point after your surgery. Most surgeons will allow exercise at 2 weeks postoperatively, but will caution you to avoid contact sports that might result in nasal trauma. Discuss this further with your surgeon.
Thank you for your question. I allow my patients to resume all activities 8-10 days following rhinoplasty except any activities which may result in injury to the nose such as contact sports. The nasal bones will be fragile for 6-8 weeks. However this is something you should discuss with your rhinoplastic surgeon. Best of luck!