Removing Nasal Discharge After Konka Reduction Surgery?
, last Thursday I had a nose surgery at a hospital, and he said for some reason after the surgery he didn’t immediately do suction of the residue of the operation. r nThe question is, it’s Monday. really srengseng / bung dirt in the nose, unfortunately clogged feels full in the nose
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Concha or konka, is a structure made of bone, which is found inside the nose. Its function is to control the flow of air in the nose, clean and warm the inhaled air, making it more comfortable to breathe. There is a disease called Ozaena or atrophic rhinitis, wherein this condition is absent. The nasal cavity becomes visible wider on the examination, in which the sufferer actually feels uncomfortable and doesn't have enough air to breathe. This shows the importance of the konka function in the breathing process.
But a konka that grows too big is also not good, because the air can't even pass. Among the conditions are konka filled with air, benign growth, or even malignant growth.
Handling this condition generally involves surgery, namely by means of:
Crushing or squeezing the konka
Turbinoplasty or recombination
Turbinate resection or reduction, which is taking part or all of Konka
Regarding your question, since you have just had a nose job, you should not remove the nasal discharge first because the movement can injure and increase the pressure in your nasal cavity. If your nose feels clogged, among what you can do is inhale warm steam from boiled water, consume hot drinks, and take a warm shower. Read more about how to get rid of a congested nose by clicking on the following link to our article on Getting Rid of a Blocked Nose and Relieving a Blocked Nose. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa