A little bleeding is to be expected with cartilage piercings, the incision in the cartilage needs to be larger than the jewellery gauge going into the piercing, this is to allow the skin to heal between the jewellery and the cartilage. Excessive bleeding is an indication your piercer didn't candle the cartilage before doing the piercing to see where the veins are located on both sides of the cartilage.
Bleeding is due to the small vessels in the ear cartilage having been cut. Partly due to the piercer not looking at the cartilage piercing carefully enough to avoid damaging the vessels structures. Bleeding will occur with all cartilage piercings, how much depends on the location of the vessels. Don't clear the clots away from the piercing (this is the bodies way of plugging the leak) allowing the clots to stay for 24 hours will allow the body to close the damaged vessels from the inside out. Washing the piercing under running water will rinse the clots away and not irritate the piercing thus preventing the piercing from bleeding again. The bleeding should ease within 24 ~ 48 hours.
Some bleeding is normal. However, if it is excessive or you are unable to get it to stop by applying pressure, you should see your physician for evaluation.
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because it's healing, it's a normal part of the healing process.
During normal bone growth and during old age
Any bleeding during pregnancy should be checked by a doctor. Sometimes it can be normal but constant bleeding usually isnt.
No! Swelling in cartilage piercings is an indication that the dermal layer has been torn free from the cartilage layer and is building up a layer of scar tissue between the three layers.
See your doctor. Tomorrow.
Yes but only if you hit it or something. A constant pain probably isn't good.
Yes. It'll probably get hit often so that'll make it sore.
The traguss (the piece of cartilage that sticks out at the start of the ear canal) can vary in thickness from person to person and so if the wrong size jewellery is used when changing the piercing this could cause discomfort and or pain. Also lack of proper aftercare following the initial piercing and changing the piercing to early -before healing is completed. It normally takes between 8-16 weeks for healing to occur. This is longer than a lobe ear piercing because it is through cartilage. It also depends on the site of the piercing, the tension created on the cartilage and the size of jewellery used.
It depends on how heavy the bleeding is. Its normal to sometimes spot during pregnancey. Cramps, all the time. If bleeding is heavy its a possible miscarraige you should see docter immediately.