That is not a good idea, because your piercing is still in the healing process. If you take it out it is possible that you can still get an infection. The infection can get trapped inside your tongue and cause BIG problems.. wait until it is fully healed (4-6 weeks) before taking it out
Nope, i've had my tongue pierced, and i didn't have to take my lip piercing out.
Usually about a week or a week and a half. Depends on your body and what you try to eat during healing
Yes, If you take it out.
A tongue piercing is a type of body piercing in which the tongue is pierced.
A tongue piercing is a piercing through the tongue or any part of the tongue, including the web underneath.
what do you if you get a puss pocket in your tongue after a tongue a piercing"
NO , you have to wait about 1 week .
If it's a new piercing/not completely healed, yes.
My nose hurt worse then my tongue. However, the first week of having your tongue pierced sucks!
piercing of the under part of the tongue
Not if you take care of it properly.
It'll help with the discomfort.
you can get your naval (belly) piercing at 13-17 as long as you take an adult and the same applys with the tongue piercing but they may tell you to wait until you are 14
No. A genital piercing includes any piercing on or around your genitals. Not your tongue.
because you just cant get over it
Of course .. if you don't you are inviting infection and/or medical problems down the road.
No tongue piercing doesn't cause cancer.
When you want to, simply put if you don't want it take it out.
A tongue piercing does not damage the teeth unless the actual metal piercing rubs against or touches the tongue many times.
because there is the risk of hitting an artery in your tongue and bleeding out. An experienced piercer will have no problem with a tongue piercing though.
A complete healing of tongue piercing can take up to 4 weeks.
some people get tongue piercing for designs and others get it for sexual reasons
Just for a short period until the swelling goes down (about a week some time a little longer).
yes That's a personal choice. There's no real reason to remove your tongue piercing just because you're pregnant.
The tongue piercing is usually placed about an inch back from the tip of the tongue, directly through the centre.