Don't know if its a "good idea" perse but it definitely hurts!!
You could, but it will hurt ALOT. I got mine redone a month after i took it out (i took it out the day i got it done originally) so i got it repierced and IT HURT!! (because of the scar tissue)
Yes, most piercers will. Others will require that you get it done at a larger gauge to remove the scar tissue. Keep in mind that generally it is more painful to get pierced through scar tissue.
Why would anyone want to re-pierce themselves if the holes are still open? You can take out the jewelry, let the holes close, and then get them redone (that is, if there isn't too much scar tissue), but other than that, you cant re-pierce what is already pierced.
You don't. This is a horribly dangerous idea. Save the money to get it done by a professional. You can end up with an infection or a nasty scar. If you do it wrong, which there is a high chance that you will, you could end up with scar tissue that prevents you from getting it repierced. JUST DON'T DO IT
-Contracting hepatitis, AIDS/HIV, and just about any other blood-borne disease -scar tissue that can prevent the are from being repierced -infection that can spread through your body -rejection due to improper placement or rejection -permanent scarring
Infection results in a decrease in tissue repair.
Paronychia is swelling and infection of soft tissue around a nail.
Probably less than when you got it new!The scar tissue is dead tissue,meaning the nerve endings are no so sensitive as they were when you first did your piercing.
If the piercing was infected, you shouldn't have removed the jewelry. That can lead to the formation o an abscess. That being said, wait until you're absolutely sure the infection is cleared up to get it repierced. Unless you have some serious scar tissue, getting it redone shouldnt be a problem.
Your tonsil is a growth of tissue at the back of the throat which helps fight infection.
The healing time for cartilage piercing is 6 to 8 weeks, removing the jewellery sooner than that can lead to secondary infection and damage to the fine tissue that the body is trying to form.
It depends on how much scar tissue you have. Scar tissue can be tougher to pierce, and depending on where it is, you might have to pierce around it. I've never been pierced through scar tissue, but its generally considered to be more painful and can be harder to heal. Everyone's different though!
Your adenoid is a growth of tissue at the back of the nasal passage which helps fight infection.
an infection would most likely increase activity in what tissue
That is an infection that causes cell membrane breakdown (lysis) in the infected tissue.
Go ask your piercer about it. Some piercers do and others don't. A lot of those that do use a larger gauge needle to removed the scar tissue at the same time that they pierce your navel. I heard that piercing scar tissue hurts more so be prepared :3
The inflammatory response is a non specific defense reaction caused by tissue damage or infection.
Piercings always hurt worse the second time because you are being pierced through scar tissue.
If by reopening it you mean re-piercing it, then yes, theres a chance that it'll get infected. If the piercing is healed over, go get it professionally repierced. Scar tissue can be a little tough to pierce through. Repiercing it yourself with non-sterile jewelry greatly increases the risk of infection. If it hasnt healed over, its fine because scar tissue has formed and you arent creating a new wound.
You need to wait until it is fully healed. This may take up to 3 months. There will be scar tissue so it will hurt more the next time.
Localized infection describes what occurs when all infected tissue is maintained within the one area. If infected tissue broke away from original site of infection and travelled to other body parts, it would no longer be localized.