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I had my nose cauteruzed yesterday and was told not to do anything strenuous.  what about a  pretty mellow tennis clinic today?
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Dr. Slade Suchecki
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree
In brief: Not good idea
I would recommend against anything that could raise your blood pressure.

In brief: Not good idea
I would recommend against anything that could raise your blood pressure.
Dr. Slade Suchecki
Dr. Slade Suchecki
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Dr. David Kam
Light physical activity for 1 week and don't blow your nose for 1 week too!
Dr. Robert Knox
Rest and saline nose sprays for five - seven days. Otherwise, likely a bloody volley.
Dr. Robert Knox
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: Tennis and Nosebleed
Would you enjoy volleying with a nosebleed? If so, move ahead.
If not, why not take five days with no strenuous activity. Give the area cauterized a chance to heal with a normal blood pressure. Best to use a saline nasal spray. I always suggest using the saline for two weeks beyond the last traces of blood - to allow time for healing.

In brief: Tennis and Nosebleed
Would you enjoy volleying with a nosebleed? If so, move ahead.
If not, why not take five days with no strenuous activity. Give the area cauterized a chance to heal with a normal blood pressure. Best to use a saline nasal spray. I always suggest using the saline for two weeks beyond the last traces of blood - to allow time for healing.
Dr. Robert Knox
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