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Can you get a permanent lisp from a tongue piercing?


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Answered 2006-08-29 20:41:20

no it can heal A person tends to adjust when they add objects or take objects away from the mouth. Unless you loose use of, or loose an organ such as your tongue or voice box or any other necessary organ for speech, you will learn to speak with the obstruction.


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If the lisp is a result of the piercing then Yes it will go away. If you have the lisp prior to the piercing then No it will not go away and might make it worse

It depends: If you're trying to get rid of the lisp, then probably not because I doubt the piercing would help. If you're trying to hide the lisp, having a piercing may be an excuse. Most people won't care whether or not you have a lisp or a pierced tongue so do what you feel is true to yourself.

While its healing, your tongue will swell and you will have a lisp. it isn't permanent though. Only while healing when your tongue is swollen. So don't get it if you'll have to go to work or school in the next few days.

It depends on how fast your body heals. But usually in the 2nd week of having it done

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"

piercing of the under part of the tongue

No. A genital piercing includes any piercing on or around your genitals. Not your tongue.

No tongue piercing doesn't cause cancer.

You'll have a lisp whilst the tongue is healing, when the swollen has gone down you should be fine, however, some peoples lisps stay after getting their tongue pierced, my sister is. I'm going through this step at the moment i have a lisp and cant speak or anything

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.

some people get tongue piercing for designs and others get it for sexual reasons

The tongue piercing is usually placed about an inch back from the tip of the tongue, directly through the centre.

There is no "deep" meaning to tongue piercing, it's a pierced tongue.... no meaning just a pierced tongue.

Yes severe infection from tongue piercing can cause death

If there is a regular tattoo/piercing shop, they'll pierce your tongue.

Your tongue. The tongue is a muscle, whereas the nose is built from cartilage. Also, a clamp is used in piercing the tongue, and the piercing bar is much wider. These are both very uncomfortable.

since the metal in the piercing is filled with iron the iron will irritate the tongue therefore causing the tongue to swell and turn yellow

Yes. If you listen to people who have had this done you will notice they lisp with some words and actually have problems with some sounds. The piercing will also damage your teeth when the metal hits the tooth.

Tongue + Barbell = Tongue Piercing Tongue piercing: a piercing in the center of the tongue located approximately 3/4" from the tip of the tongue through the connective tissue joining the two muscle groups that form the tongue. Used as a means of self expression or a personal statement, some times used to enhance sexual pleasure for either gender.

In the hands of a professional body piercer the piercing will be located in the center line of the tongue. Your piercer will know where to do the piercing, leave it to them.

There is no purpose for a tongue piercing (or any other piercing) aside from aesthetics. People think they look good, so they get them.

tongue piercing, its a pretty self explanatory thing but. a tongue piercing is when you go to professional who is certified to do oral piercings legally. Your tongue will have a looped clamp put on it to hold your tongue in place, and a piercing needle will be put through your tongue near the middle and a small tongue bar will be inserted closely following the needle.

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