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Nose getting hit after septoplasty
For patients who got septoplasty at least 5-6 months ago or maybe years ago, in which case should they reach out to an ENT surgeon again if their nose gets hit? Like for severe trauma to the nose or just a mild hit or if only it bleeds? I am asking it because I read that if they reach out to the surgeon within 14 days then they can fix any new deviation caused without a revision septoplasty. And should they visit the surgeon who had operated or any ENT surgeon can fix that? Thank you very much for the response. The reply will be helpful to us septoplasty patients.
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Of you have an external deviation because of trauma, or a nose block because of an injury, you should reach ENT specialist irrespective of time line of Septoplasty.
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yes sir you can visit any ENT surgeon, better to go for previous surgeon if possible or else if you get CT scan also they can understand the previous surgery condition sir.... no problem
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