Rhinoplasty is typically not performed on pregnant women due to the risk of complications related to anaesthesia and the healing process. Pregnancy can cause hormonal changes in the body that can affect the shape and size of the nose, as well as increase the risk of bleeding and infection. Additionally, the use of anaesthesia during pregnancy can pose a risk to both the mother and the baby. Therefore, it’s best to wait until after pregnancy to consider the procedure. However, in case of emergency, if the pregnancy is not at risk, the surgery may be performed with proper precautions and consent from the obstetrician. It’s essential to have a consultation with a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon that will evaluate your case and determine the best approach for you, as well as to coordinate with your obstetrician.