Can I get a blood clot in brain from getting nose job?

Possible, unlikely. While this is a possibility from aggressive work high on the septum, it is highly unlikely to occur.
Unlikely. This would be a very rare complication from a rhinoplasty and is highly unlikely.
Brain blood clot. It is rare to get a brain blood clot from a nose job (rhinoplasty). The only thing that can theoretically happen is fracture of the nasal bones causing a further fracture extending into the skull base and causing a bleed in the brain. It is rare occurrence. Most well trained rhinoplasty surgeons can easily avoid this with proper technique and using sharp osteotomes (chisels).

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My nostrils are all full of blood, and every morning I wake up like I have flu. After I clean my nose I get to have thick blood clot, and it hurts?

Youneed to see docto. Have your family doctor or an ENT doctor to check you. Nasal bleeding should not be ignored as it can be due to a serious blood disorder in some cases. So a physical exam and a blood count(CBC) should be done ASAP! Read more...

After a nose job, how quickly can I clean my nose and get rid of the dried blood?

Nasal saline spray. You can use nasal saline spray to flush the nose shortly after surgery. I recommend you discuss this with your surgeon first. Read more...
Immediately . You can clean your nostrils and stitches with hydrogen peroxide and apply antibiotic ointment immediately. Keep the cast dry. Read more...
Follow instructions. Your surgeon or the staff are more than likely to do some cleaning. Do not undertake this on your own. There are certain periods of increased concern (first 24 hours and then 7-10 days) where bleeding can be more common and if you start cleaning and produce bleeding, it may be difficult to stop. Read more...

How does a blood clot get to the brain in a healthy 47yrs old women who doesn't smoke drink or eats fatty foods?

SEVERAL WAYS. A primary cardiac problem such as atrial fibrillation; changes in extra cranial circulation, like carotid stenosis; risk factors such as diabetes, hyperhomocysteinemia, high blood triglycerides, anti-phospholipid antibody syndrome, adult fabry's disease, giant cell arteritis. Glad you avoid smoking, fatty foods, as helps prevent much worse outcomes. Hope you also exercise. All the best. Read more...
Stroke. Common things to think about in a young person are irregular heart beat (arrhythmia), structural abnormality of the heart (pfo: patent for amen ovale), drugs. Read more...