The nose clearly needs more work. Its too long and broad. The tip it too wide. It is not an attractive nose for your face, as the bottom of the nose crowds your upper lip.
It needs a total revision. I can't be more specific without and examination. However some more changes, usually for the better, may come about with passage of time as only 5 months has passed.
Start looking around for someone who is an expert in revision rhinoplasty, so when the time is right, you'll get the nose that you want.
Much likely you did not get osteotomies (infractures) or they were incomplete or non efficient, that is the explanation in 99% cases of wide noses after hump removal, aka "open roof" deformity.
Doing proper fractures, which are a MUST in basic rhinoplasties, may do the work.
If you wish so some additional work can be done on your tip.
A revision rhinoplasty procedure can narrow a wide nose. It is important to wait at least one year before re-doing the primary rhinoplasty. Osteotomies of the nasal bones will narrow the bridge line and corresponding upper lateral cartilages. A tip rhinoplasty can narrow the tip of the nose which is accomplished with suture techniques and a conservative cartilage removal.
Based on the pictures posted, will need narrowing of the boney pyramid. Narrowing the bulbous tip and in thick skin may require a graft. Tip of the nose needs to be rotated up