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How much of a scar will a rejected naval piercing leave?


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2006-07-29 11:37:55
2006-07-29 11:37:55

I have two rejected naval piercings from an industrial-length bar that i had through the top and bottom of my naval. At first, the scarring was pretty gross and obvious but after a few months it went down significantly. The only scarring leftover now after 6 months can be felt if you pinch the skin where the holes are.

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Parental consent, and the cost for however much the piercing is.

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it can be rejected but it isn't likely to happen. if you clean it regularly it shouldn't be rejected by any means. i don't know that much about silver and rejection. try using steel. :)

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A new body piercing should be cleaned regularly. It should be kept dry, and you should avoid playing with it too much. You can buy piercing cleaner in stores, or you can use first aid alcohol. To clean a naval piercing, you should use one of the options above. A good brand is H2Ocean piercing cleanser. If the naval is infected, there are many steps to take. Soak with warm water on a cloth until it is not hot anymore. Use hydrogen peroxide to drain the infections, but you should not use it often becuase it will freeze the cells and complicate the healing process.

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Clean it and leave it alone, chances are good you are messing around and touching it way too much. Clean the piercing and leave it alone and try to forget about it till you have to clean it again. If the piercing is itchy then chances are good you are reacting to your cleaning products and to resolve this you need to flush the piercing under running water while moving the jewellery then dry the piercing and the itching should stop.


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