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How long after the fall did my nose hurt?

How long after the fall did my nose hurt?

Tried of get the same angle on the picture – left was last month and the right is my nose five days after the fall. Answer: I tripped/fell on my face five days ago – nose hurt severely but ct showed it wasn’t broken?

Is it normal to have a bump on your nose after a fall?

My nose naturally had a bump but after my fall it seems swollen all around; still hurts severely. The fall was bad enough to have a concussion – Fell onto concrete. facial numbness through my nose and down to my front teeth. Can move the middle part of my nose around but that may be normal.

What happens when you fall on your face?

The fall was bad enough to have a concussion – Fell onto concrete. facial numbness through my nose and down to my front teeth. Can move the middle part of my nose around but that may be normal. Wondering how long the pain should last in my nose and who I would see if it continues?

What should I do if I fall on my nose?

A CT scan is helpful, but deformities can still be missed. The inside of the nose should be examined for soft tissue damage or hematoma. If you are worried, it is best to consult with a facial plastic surgeon to be certain.

Tried of get the same angle on the picture – left was last month and the right is my nose five days after the fall. Answer: I tripped/fell on my face five days ago – nose hurt severely but ct showed it wasn’t broken?

The fall was bad enough to have a concussion – Fell onto concrete. facial numbness through my nose and down to my front teeth. Can move the middle part of my nose around but that may be normal. Wondering how long the pain should last in my nose and who I would see if it continues?

My nose naturally had a bump but after my fall it seems swollen all around; still hurts severely. The fall was bad enough to have a concussion – Fell onto concrete. facial numbness through my nose and down to my front teeth. Can move the middle part of my nose around but that may be normal.

A CT scan is helpful, but deformities can still be missed. The inside of the nose should be examined for soft tissue damage or hematoma. If you are worried, it is best to consult with a facial plastic surgeon to be certain.