No its not normal. This happened to me and i went back to the place i got it done and they told me it was beginning to get infected. So all you have to do is go and get some antibiotic ointment. you'll be fine in about a week just put that on 2 times a day.
NO. Do not use ANY ointment. Just go to your Piercer or family doctor and see what they have to say about it.
Yes if you are reacting to the material the jewellery is made out of. See your professional body piercer for assistance.
He was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio but he has moved around a lot in his life
Pearling is a body modification technique where biocompatible materials are implanted below the surface of the skin to cause a raised or ridged effect to the surface tissue. This is not a piercing but an actual body modification and is illegal in some countries and states. This is serious stuff.
It sounds like you may be reacting to the cleaning product you are using, stop using the product and just rinse the piercing under running water while moving the jewellery back and forth. The water will draw any irritants out of the piercing, allow the piercing to dry normally and don't apply anything else to the piercing for a couple of days while doing the fore mentioned rinsing. The red lump should ease and disappear in 24 to 48 hours, if so then you have found your problem.
No, but the pubic area is prone to folliculitis/ingrown hairs-- which behave the way you are describing. If you are female, it is normal to have some bumps around your vulva. If you are male, small, raised bumps around the glans are also normal.
Yes, they will be friendly if the are raised around humans at a very early age. However, the males can be aggressive during the rut.
The people of the Southwest raised a variety cattle. They raised one of the world's best heads. They were known for their excellent beef around the world.
the animals that were raised at the mission were only around horses and bison
Yes when the tattoo is new and the is still raw. This will fade after time
No. You need to go to a doctor and have that looked at.
On farms in most countries around the world.
They began to raid because that was how they where raised and they thought it was normal. It was part of there culture.
I'm not sure of the exact number but I think it's somewhere around $156 million that has been raised I'm not sure of the exact number but I think it's somewhere around $156 million that has been raised
Not if you've raised it for baby beef or veal, and if you've raised it up to be slaughtered at around this weight.
Many Filipinos are raised with strong morals but were normal people and we gossip just like others.
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No. The "lower limit of normal" is 150,000 so at 103k you have a "low platelet count" which should be followed up by your doctor, but it's not acutely concerning. It may actually be normal for some individuals, as the normal range of 150-400k is statistically determined. A low platelet count does not become clinically significant until it gets down to around 50,000.
Only if those people were raised in a culture where cannibalism was practiced normally. A person in a non-cannibalistic society eating people is pretty definitely not normal.
A harmonic minor scale has the leading note raised. A melodic minor scale has the sub-mediant and leading note raised ascending, and both are normal descending.
you have a yeast infection, call your doctor and take reccomendations on how to slow down the infection
She grew up in and around Newark, New Jersey.
The raised earthwork areas were called berms.
She was born and raised around Newark New Jersey.
livestock is raised all around the world. there is no particular region that "makes" livestock. they are bred, raised, sold, and all that almost everywhere.
I would say it can make you think abusively but it could also make care more than normal person would. One who was raised up normally that is.