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If your body piercer accidentally pierced through a vein during a cartilage piercing and it bleeds every once in awhile is this safe?

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2006-07-27 22:32:18
2006-07-27 22:32:18

The piercer should have shined a light behind the ear to view veins in the ear. Piercing through a vein increases likelihood of infection and can be incredibly painful. Also, it's much less likely to heal correctly. I doubt that is safe. Anything punched thru your veins can't be good. I would suggest letting the hole close then getting it redone by someone who knows what they are doing. Well As The First Person Is Right..It All Depends On How Much It Bleeds If It Bleeds Alot (atlease a big dot of blood on your tissue) Then You Should Take It Out But If It Bleeds Only A Little Its Safe To Keep It In.

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