What Should You Expect When You're Recovering After a Rhinoplasty?

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If you’re considering rhinoplasty to change the shape of your nose, you may be wondering what the recovery process entails. Thankfully, rhinoplasty is one of the least troublesome surgeries to recover from. In general, the first two weeks are the most difficult, and you can expect a substantial amount of swelling. You’ll need to guard your nose well during this time so that it can heal up properly. However, severe pain is very rare and you’ll be able to return to normal activities fairly soon after the procedure.…

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3 Ankle Sprain Myths

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Characterized by a twisting and possible tearing of the ligaments in the ankle joint, a sprain can be a debilitating injury. While common, ankle sprains are not understood well. In addition, most people feel they know how to best treat a sprain or completely forego treatment altogether. By learning the truth behind these myths, you will have a better understanding of ankle sprains. Ankle Sprains Are Rare One myth people believe is that ankle sprains are rare.…

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Telltale Signs Of Cholelithiasis

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Cholelithiasis is the medical term for gallstones. When you develop hardened deposits, or gallstones in your gallbladder, you may not know it or you may have significant symptoms. You may only have a few small gallstones or many large ones. Symptoms vary depending on the size, number, and location of your gallstones. Here are some telltale signs of cholelithiasis you need to know about, and what you can do about them:…

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