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Theres An Answer, Im Gonna Say a Few hours, Maybe, Because the Saliva Makes Things Heal Much Faster....And Your tongue is in your Mouth, soo if i were you, Dont take the Bar Out!

-Morgan.

2011-09-13 00:34:45
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How do you know when your piercing is healed?

It heals quite quickly but i would leave it in and not change it for about a month just to make sure that it doesnt get infected when you change the bar cus the middle of the tongue may niot be completely healed


How long can you leave a 3 month old tongue piercing out with out it closing?

There isn't a set time...everybody is different, no matter how many months or years you have had a piercing. Some people's will close in a matter of minutes, other people's will never close.


Is it normal for some one to swallow weird after a tongue piercing?

Naah, Your probably gonna die.. awk << WRONG!! << You swallow weird after a tongue piercing because it is swollen... I know because I have one of my own... it should take up to a month to heal if you don't move your tongue... Mine took a week for the swelling to go down but if it is swollen after a month then you weren't moving your tongue... If it helps you put crushed ice one your tongue and you will be okay...


How long would it take a 2 month old piercing to close?

It depends on where the piercing is. If it's in your nose then if will take a couple hours to close; if it's in your ear then probably a day or two.


How long does it take for a tongue ring to close up?

almost a month or so ,


How long does it take for a piercing to close just after getting a piercing?

a few days or just overnight it actually really depends on the piercing. A lip or tongue piercing will begin to close almost immediately if it was pierced very recently(within a month-ish of being pierced) However everyone is different but the mouth is known to be the quickest healing of the human body. Ear lobes Vs ear cartilage piercing will differ as well. A lobe will heal faster than cartilage because cartilage takes longer to develop. So it really depends on your body type and what type of piercing.


Is it good to swim in a chlorine pool with a almost 3 month old belly button piercing?

At three months the piercing should be healed, at least mostly. That means that swimming in chlorine will not affect it. Still steer clear of lakes and streams.


If you had your eyebrow piercing for only a month how long will it take to close?

It would take a matter of a few hours for the piercing to shrink then maybe a day for it to start to knit closed.


How long before a piercing closes?

It depends on how long you have had the piercing. if its new about a couple mins to an hour maybe depends on the body part you put the piercing. if you had it for a while it could take a couple days to close or a month


How long does it take a 4 month old belly button piercing to close?

Well it will shrink then eventually close (2-3 months), it could take several months for your body to break down the tissue that has formed in the piercing.


Will your two month old rook piercing close if it has to be out 6 or 7 hours for a surgery?

It may but you can always get the piercing tapered open again so I wouldn't worry about it too much.


I got my belly button pierced and i took it for about a month and it hurts when i try to put it in do i have to pierce it again or disinfect it wait for it to close i dont know how can i get it back?

You need to see a professional body piercer, they will take the jewellery resterilize it and put it into the piercing using an insertion taper. You will more than likely get the lecture about removing the jewellery before the piercing is completely healed, but I think you knew that would happen.


Can you remove your tongue piercing before six weeks?

Usually a tongue piercing only needs about a month for the fistula to be formed enough to change jewelry. although, if it still feels sore or seems raw, I would wait longer. Also, if you want to remove it to hide it, I would definitely wait longer than six weeks.


Why does your lip piercing hurt after a month of having it pierced?

As the piercing gets older and more healed you will get "stitches" from it on occasion. This is the tissue settling in and healing, short lived occasions of mild pain or twinges lasting a few moment to being uncomfortable for a few hours. It's not uncommon and happens with all piercings. This is part of the piercing toughening up and nothing to worry about.


How long can you leave out your navel ring if you just got it a month ago?

Not long at all, piercings don't heal in a month especially the navel piercing, it takes from 3 to 6 months for a good light heal, but is far from healed and seasoned to handle having the jewellery out for long.


How long does it take for a lip piercing to heal?

No piercing is considered fully healed until it's a year old. Contrary to what you may read, it takes the body a full year to season a piercing to the point where it can be removed for extended periods of time without the risk of the piercing closing. Light heals can occur at the 3 month period but keep in mind the piercing can still close making reinserting the jewelry difficult and hard on the new piercing. Anything less than 3 months is just ridiculous and shear nonsense. Should you have issues reinserting your jewelry, go see your local professional body piercer for assistance. Don't force jewelry into a semi closed piercing, only an insertion taper will allow you to reinsert the jewelry without damaging the piercing.


Lip rings have to stay in?

They have to stay in for a month before you can switch rings. Once you take it out, your piercing will start closing, you'd be surprised how fast they close


How long does it take for a Monroe peircing to heal?

It takes 6-8 weeks to heal. But it depends too, as mine take 1 month in healing and some of my friends Monroe piercing healed in 2 to 3 months.


How long do piercings take to heal?

A word from a professional :No piercing is considered fully healed until it's a year old. Contrary to what you may read, it takes the body a full year to season a piercing to the point where it can be removed for extended periods of time without the risk of the piercing closing. Light heals can occur at the 3 month period but keep in mind the piercing can still close making reinserting the jewellery difficult and hard on the new piercing. Anything less than 3 months is just ridiculous and shear nonsense. Should you have issues reinserting your jewellery, go see your local professional body piercer for assistance. Don't force jewellery into a semi closed piercing, only an insertion taper will allow you to reinsert the jewellery without damaging the piercing. Jzuk


Can you take out your lip piercing after 3 or 4 days?

If you are wanting the piercing to close, then yes. Four days is just a tad bit too soon to take the jewelry out, and the fistula will close up within a matter of a few hours. Best to wait about a month after having it done to change the jewelry out for the smoothest results.


How do you clean a tongue web piercing?

Mouth wash after eating, smoking, kissing, or anything sexual for about 2 weeks. after that mouth wash 2 times a day until a month has past. then your good :D


How long do you ned to keep an earing in after piercing your ear?

Well from experience about a week you can change it but I think your better off waiting a month by then it is healed enough that you won't give yourself an infection. Keep it cleaned well and it will heal a lot faster.


Can you take your helix piercing out after 3 days for a hour?

I took mine out for less than five minutes and it healed up! I don't recommend it, if it's painful now, it'll most likely be painful all the time unless you leave it alone. It's a difficult piercing. I had mine done over 1 month at the time and it still healed and was painful. Hope this helped somehow. But then again, not all piercings are the same. Best to ask a professional piercer.


How long do you keep the same piercing in after the piercing?

It depends on what you get pierced generally 1 month to 6 weeks. The healing time for each piercing can vary on average for body piercing the healing times for a light heal will range from 6 to 8 weeks. A light heal doesn't mean the piercing is "healed" it just means that the piercing has eased off on the production of Lymphatic matter (whitish discharge), the piercing can still become irritated by changing the jewellery too soon or wearing junk jewellery. So care needs to be used when changing jewellery and the quality of the jewellery needs to be the same of better than the original jewellery you were pierced with.


How long do all piercings take to heal?

A word from a professional :No piercing is considered fully healed until it's a year old. Contrary to what you may read, it takes the body a full year to season a piercing to the point where it can be removed for extended periods of time without the risk of the piercing closing. Light heals can occur at the 3 month period but keep in mind the piercing can still close making reinserting the jewellery difficult and hard on the new piercing. Anything less than 3 months is just ridiculous and shear nonsense. Should you have issues reinserting your jewellery, go see your local professional body piercer for assistance. Don't force jewellery into a semi closed piercing, only an insertion taper will allow you to reinsert the jewellery without damaging the piercing. Jzuk