No. While there is no interview confirming whether or not Ariana Grande has a belly button piercing, there are no photos showing a belly ring.
no you dont have a umbilical cord you have a belly button your baby dose not have a belly button yet the umbilical cord attaches to the baby at its belly after its born the umbilical cord is cut giving the baby its belly button. However don't have your belly button pierced while you are pregnant as you will have to take the bar (or whatever) out towards the end.
yes you can but while your giving birth its going to be painful with the ring and may have to rethatch the ring again.
your menstrual period has nothing to do with your belly button. While I tend to agree with the above, it's bet not to play with it if it is recently pierced...To much handling can create keloids which are ugly and difficult to get rid of...Even if it's healed dont play with it as it could cause the jewelry to migrate if it is pierced too shallow.....Hope this helps...
It will probably hurt after a while... Taking it out is probably the best option, you can always get it re-pierced later on.
No I got mine done 4 days ago and it hasn't bled at all.
If you took it out for a while and put it back in, it might not have been used to it and bled.
When you have your navel pierced it is normal for it to itch while it is healing. That is just telling you that it is still healing. Don't itch it though. Ignore it, eventually it will pass.
My son pointed his finger at his wifes belly button & said your belly button is bleeding while still asleep. This scared my daughter in law.
your belly button was used to transfer nutrients through the umbilical core from your mother to you while your in the womb.
Claire's, Ardene's, Spencer's, San Francisco just about any boutique will carry them hidden in some corner.
For many, the belly button is a central focus of the abdomen. The belly button may be small, but it does make a difference. While it may not be necessary for living, a missing belly button just looks strange.