NOSE JOB (Rhinoplasty) on the NHS. Desperate :( Watch

Anonymous #7
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I think if you want a rhinoplasty you should do it and it's no-one else's business.

I would however be very annoyed if the NHS paid for this.
I 100% agree tbh
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G. Linka
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I had a nose job done via the NHS, my issue was with the way my nose looked
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I had a nose job done via the NHS, my issue was with the way my nose looked
What did you nose look like before? Did they remove the hump? How was your whole process?
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People who have cosmetic surgery on the NHS disgust me. There are hundreds of actually ill people who have to wait years for vital operations yet you want them to fix your nose which has no health benefits whatsoever. You need counselling, not a new nose. Stop blaming all your problems on it and get real.
Many people do become obsessive over their nose, I too have a big nose and I know how awful it can feel, can you not tell by the way she is describing how she feels that she is greatly insecure by it, some people have such trouble with their insecurities that they do become depressed and will end up committing suicide so it does have health benefits, and there is such things as mentally illnesses.
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This is exactly how I feel I have a very big nose and I hate people even sitting next to me as they can see my nose from a side profile which is when it looks worse! I can’t take photos without crying at how bad I look. It’s also very bad for me as my sisters are stunning and they have small noses and it makes me feel ugly and odd I am only 16 and I wish I could get a nose job as it makes me so depressed and low
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I’m having a septorhinoplasty soon on the NHS. I have an appointment with my surgeon soon to discuss this. They said I have to have it as I can’t breathe through my nose and with me being asthmatic, it’s trouble. It was my consultant for my asthma who referred me to the ENT doctor and on the first appointment they said I need surgery and that I should’ve had this years ago
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My nose seems to be migrating to the right and it's getting worse I don't see it as much in the mirror but photos and what other people actually see is awful plus I cannot breath properly out of it and there is a massive bump on one side I constantly press it hoping to straighten it but it doesn't help I'm so sick of it I don't like going outside and is somewhat making me suicidal it's that bad.
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well this comment is beyond ridiculous!! if you read the WHOLE post .. it sounds like she has some sort of anxiety (because of her nose) I’m sure she is beautiful the way she is, however it’s hard to believe it if you don’t believe it yourself .. and anxiety is an illness so you please , GET REAL .
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Anonymous #7
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What did you do OP?
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How about you shut up and get real! Your not living this girls life so don't judge! Yes people every day need emergency operations but you don't know what this girl is suffering day to day. My mum had a brain haemorrhage and my dad suffers with diabetes bit it doesn't give me any kind of right to dictate that this girl isn't suffering in her own way aswell. Give her a break! No pun intended
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i feel the same way im 16 and i don’t think i can get it done until im over 18
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Just been admitted into hospital as the NHS had realised i had deviated septum. So I have had septoplasty in order to fix this, the only issue is that i have a hump on my nose which im really concerned about. I would love for it to not be there but cant pay the £7000. I have a follow up appointment in 4 weeks approx, what should i say to the doctor?
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Just been admitted into hospital as the NHS had realised i had deviated septum. So I have had septoplasty in order to fix this, the only issue is that i have a hump on my nose which im really concerned about. I would love for it to not be there but cant pay the £7000. I have a follow up appointment in 4 weeks approx, what should i say to the doctor? ??
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(Original post by Tai2001)
Just been admitted into hospital as the NHS had realised i had deviated septum. So I have had septoplasty in order to fix this, the only issue is that i have a hump on my nose which im really concerned about. I would love for it to not be there but cant pay the £7000. I have a follow up appointment in 4 weeks approx, what should i say to the doctor? ??
If you’ve already had the operation to fix your deviated septum, it’s unlikely they’ll operate on your nose again as it will be purely for cosmetic reasons (unless you actually can’t breathe any better than before) and the nhs doesn’t really tend to do that very often but it’s worth asking about. Anyway that’s what the ent lady told me when I got diagnosed with a deviated septum
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