Earlobe Repair FAQ – How should I sleep post surgery?
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This video series features the questions we have received about stretched and split earlobes. Stretched earlobes are increasingly common in today’s society, therefore correction of stretches is also becoming more common.
We get loads of questions from patients, some of which we simply answer, but the most frequent, we like to turn into information videos for you, so we have answers to these questions within our Youtube channel and on our website which is instantly accessible.
A lot of people ask this question, which is very sensible as your ears are probably at risk of being snagged, lay on or tugged during your sleep. Post surgery, you will be able to sleep however is comfortable. If it isn’t painful then you can sleep on your side, on your ear, but it is probably best to avoid this position in the first few days. During the night you toss and turn, but if you happen to be leaning on your ear, your body should move itself due to the pain before you actually wake up, so it shouldn’t really be a problem for you.
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