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From the moment of discharge, you must remain on home rest for the first two days after surgery

  • Avoid physical exertion, such as lifting weights for two weeks.
  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until 72 hours after the intervention.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. Your diet should be soft and moderate for the first 24 hours after surgery.
  • It is normal to have a dry mouth due to not being able to breathe through the nose, as well as some pain and swelling that will subside with the painkillers we have given you.
  • You may notice swelling of the eyes, including the formation of hematomas in the form of bags in both eyelids and the rest of the face. At first they will be very swollen, then the color of the hematoma will remain for several days. All this is normal.
  • It is advisable to sleep a little incorporated, to facilitate breathing.
  • In case you have to sneeze, you should do it with your mouth open.
  • Constipation should be avoided; if necessary, mild laxatives should be used.
  • Some blood and secretions will ooze from the tamponade. This is normal. If it is comfortable for you, you can place a gauze dressing under your nose, secured with paper towels, to catch the secretions and change it often.
  • The bandage over your nose should not get wet, if it comes off a little you can hold it with adhesive tape, but if it comes off too much you should go to the emergency room.
  • In case you were taking aspirin or other antiplatelet medication before the operation, you should consult your doctor about when to restart the treatment.
  • In case of heavy bleeding from the nose or mouth, severe pain that does not subside with the recommended painkillers, or fever above 38 ° C, go to the emergency room or contact your doctor.

From the moment of discharge, you must remain on home rest on the day of surgery

  • Avoid physical exertion, such as lifting weights for a week.
  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until 24 hours after the intervention.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. The diet should be soft and moderate for the first 24 hours after surgery.
  • It is normal to have a dry mouth due to not being able to breathe through the nose, as well as some pain and swelling that will subside with the painkillers we have given you.
  • It is advisable to sleep a little incorporated, to facilitate breathing.
  • It is normal to feel nasal obstruction during the first weeks, gradually it will disappear.
  • If you have to sneeze, you will do it with your mouth open.
  • You will ooze some blood and secretions through your nose.
  • In case you were taking aspirin or other antiplatelet medication before the operation, you should consult with your doctor when to restart the treatment
  • In case of heavy bleeding from the nose or mouth, severe pain that does not subside with the recommended painkillers, or fever above 38ºC, go to the emergency room or contact your doctor.
  • From the moment of discharge, you must remain on home rest for the first two days after surgery.
  • Avoid physical exertion, such as lifting weights for two weeks.
  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until 72 hours after the intervention.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. The diet should be soft and moderate for the first 24 hours after surgery.
  • It is normal to have a dry mouth due to not being able to breathe through the nose, as well as some pain and swelling that will subside with the painkillers we have given you.
  • You may notice swelling of the upper lip and it is normal for your eyes to swell a little. It is advisable to sleep a little incorporated, to facilitate breathing.
  • If you have to sneeze, you should do it with your mouth open.
  • Constipation should be avoided; if necessary, mild laxatives should be used.
  • Some blood and secretions will ooze from the tamponade. This is normal. If it is comfortable for you, you can place a gauze pad under your nose, secured with paper towel, to catch the secretions and change it often.
  • If you were taking aspirin or other antiplatelet medication before the procedure, you should consult your doctor about when to restart the treatment.
  • In case of heavy bleeding from the nose or mouth, severe pain that does not subside with the recommended painkillers, or fever above 38 ° C, go to the emergency room or contact your doctor.
  • From the moment of discharge, you must remain at home for the first two days after the operation.
  • Avoid physical exertion, such as lifting weights for two weeks.
  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until 72 hours after the intervention.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. The diet should be soft and moderate for the first 24 hours after surgery.
  • Some pain and swelling is normal and will subside with the painkillers we have given you.
  • It is advisable to sleep a little incorporated.
  • If you have to sneeze, you will do it with your mouth open.
  • It is not advisable to blow the nose in the first 3 days; afterwards, if the tamponade allows it, you can blow the nose very softly, without forcing if you find it difficult.
  • Constipation should be avoided; mild laxatives should be used if necessary.
  • Some blood and secretions will ooze from the tamponade. This is normal. If it is comfortable, you can place a gauze pad under the nose, secured with paper tape, to catch the secretions and change it often.
  • It is normal to have a watery eye and some sensation of plugging in the ears.
  • In case you were taking aspirin or other antiplatelet medication before the operation, you will consult with your doctor about the moment to restart the treatment
  • In case of abundant bleeding by nose or mouth, very intense pain that does not yield with the recommended analgesics, fever superior to 38ºC, or visual alterations or of the conscience you will go to Urgencies or to contact your doctor.
  • From the moment of discharge, you must remain at home for the first two days after the operation.
  • Avoid physical exertion, such as lifting weights for two weeks.
  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until 72 hours after the intervention.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. Your diet should be soft and moderate for the first 24 hours after surgery.
  • It is normal to have a dry mouth due to not being able to breathe through the nose, as well as some pain and swelling that will subside with the painkillers we have given you.
  • It is advisable to sleep a little incorporated.
  • In case of having to sneeze, he/she will do it with the mouth open.
  • It is not advisable to blow your nose.
  • Constipation should be avoided; if necessary, mild laxatives should be used.
  • Some blood and secretions will ooze from the tamponade. This is normal. If it is comfortable, you can place a gauze pad under the nose, secured with paper tape, to catch the secretions and change it often.
  • It is normal to have watering eyes and some sensation of stuffiness in the ears. It is also not unusual to bleed slightly through the tear duct at the inner edge of the eye.
  • If you were taking aspirin or other antiplatelet medication before the procedure, you should consult your doctor about when to restart the treatment.
  • In case of abundant bleeding by nose or mouth, very intense pain that does not yield with the recommended analgesics, fever superior to 38ºC or visual alterations or of the conscience, you will go to Urgencies or to contact your doctor
  • From the moment you are discharged from the hospital, you must rest at home for the first two days after the operation.
  • Avoid physical exertion, such as lifting weights for two weeks.
  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until 72 hours after surgery.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. The diet should be soft and moderate for the first 24 hours after surgery.
  • It is normal to have a dry mouth due to the inability to breathe through the nose, as well as some pain and swelling that will subside with the painkillers we have given you.
  • It is advisable to sleep a little incorporated.
  • In case of having to sneeze, he/she will do it with the mouth open.
  • It is not advisable to blow the nose in the first 3 days; afterwards, if the tamponade allows it, you can blow the nose very gently, without forcing if you find it difficult.
  • Constipation should be avoided; mild laxatives should be used if necessary.
  • Some blood and secretions will ooze from the tamponade. This is normal. If it is comfortable, you can place a gauze pad under the nose, secured with paper tape, to catch the secretions and change it often.
  • It is normal to have watering eyes and a feeling of stuffiness in the ears.
  • If you were taking aspirin or another antiplatelet agent before the operation, you should consult your doctor about when to restart the treatment.
  • In case of abundant bleeding by nose or mouth, very intense pain that does not yield with the recommended analgesics, fever superior to 38ºC, or visual alterations or of the conscience you will go to Urgencies or to contact your doctor.

From the moment of discharge you must remain at home for the first three days after surgery, and avoid physical exertion such as lifting weights

  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until authorized by your doctor.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. Your diet will be soft and moderate for the first 24 hours.
  • Avoid loud noises and noisy environments. You should not wet your ear and you will not wash your head until your doctor authorizes it.
  • It is normal to notice mild to moderate instability that may be uncomfortable; if so, rest in bed or in an armchair and take the indicated medication. Some mild to moderate tinnitus is normal
  • Move smoothly, especially when getting up and lying down, and be accompanied if you need to go down stairs and notice instability, even if it is slight.
  • You may have some discomfort or slight pain that will subside with the indicated painkillers.
  • In case of intense vertigo with vomiting and/or very intense ringing in the ear, you should follow the treatment indicated for an acute vertiginous crisis; if you have not received any indication in this sense, you should contact your doctor or go to the Emergency Room. You should also contact your doctor or the Emergency Department in case of severe pain that does not subside with recommended analgesics or fever above 38ºC.
  • From the moment of discharge, you must remain at home for the first 24 hours.
  • You should not get your ear wet and will not wash your head until your doctor gives you permission to do so.
  • Some blood may drain from your ear on the first day.
  • You may have some mild discomfort or pain; if so, take the indicated painkillers.
  • You should contact your doctor or go to the emergency room in case of abundant ear drainage, as well as in case of very severe pain that does not subside with the recommended painkillers or fever above 38º.
  • From the moment of discharge you must remain at home rest for the first three days after surgery, and avoid physical exertion such as lifting weights.
  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until 72 hours after the intervention.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. The diet will be soft and in moderate quantity the first 24 hours. In case of pain when chewing, hard foods should be avoided.
  • You should not wet your ear and you will not wash your head until your doctor authorizes it.
  • Avoid sleeping on the operated side.
  • You may stain the cotton or bandage with some blood on the first day and more lightly for a few more days. If you have been instructed to use drops, remove the cotton to put them in and replace it with a clean one. You may also change the absorbent cotton whenever you notice it is wet.
  • You may have some mild unsteadiness or moderate tinnitus. It is normal to notice poor hearing or resonance of your own voice.
  • Move smoothly, especially when getting up and lying down, and do not make sudden head movements.
  • Sneeze without covering your nose and with your mouth open; if you have to blow your nose, do it gently and one side at a time.
  • For pain, take the indicated painkillers.
  • Avoid constipation; if necessary you can use a mild laxative for a few days.
  • The lower eyelid of the operated ear may swell.
  • You should contact your doctor or go to the emergency room in case of very intense dizziness with vomiting and/or very intense ringing in the ear, especially if it starts abruptly, as well as in case of very intense pain that does not subside with the recommended painkillers or fever above 38ºC.
  • From the moment of discharge you must remain at home rest for the first three days after surgery, and avoid physical exertion such as lifting weights.
  • You can not drive any kind of vehicles or use dangerous machinery until 72 hours after the intervention.
  • You can not drink alcoholic beverages until after the first three days. The diet will be soft and in moderate quantity the first 24 hours. In case of pain when chewing, hard foods should be avoided.
  • You should not wet your ear and you will not wash your head until your doctor authorizes it.
  • Avoid sleeping on the operated side.
  • You may stain the cotton or bandage with some blood on the first day and more lightly for a few more days.
  • You may have some sensation of unsteadiness or moderate tinnitus. It is normal to notice poor hearing or resonance of your own voice.
  • Perform movements smoothly, especially getting up and lying down, and do not make sudden head movements.
  • Sneeze without holding your nose and with your mouth open; if you have to blow your nose, do it gently and one side at a time.
  • You may have some discomfort or slight pain that will subside with the indicated painkillers.
  • Avoid constipation; a mild laxative may be used for a few days if necessary.
  • The lower eyelid of the operated ear may swell.
  • If you have been instructed to use drops, remove the absorbent cotton and replace it with a clean one. You may also change the absorbent cotton whenever you notice it is wet.
  • You should contact your doctor or go to the Emergency Room in case of very intense dizziness with vomiting and/or very intense ringing in the ear, especially if it starts abruptly, as well as in case of very intense pain that does not stop with the recommended analgesics or fever higher than 38ºC.