I have had my Tragus pierced on both ears, and went swimming almost right after getting the piercing. Mine was fine.
This is a question that should have been covered by your piercer. It's there responsibility to advise you of what is right and not right for the piercing you are getting. So I would suggest you give them a call and ask them what is up with your piercing.
Yes. It is just not good to drink alcohol right before getting a piercing because it thins your blood. After a piercing, drinking is absolutely fine.
You can tan right away, just keep tanning lotion and oil away from your new piercing.
I believe she has two lobe piercings in her right ear and two in her left, and one helix piercing in her left too. She has a nose piercing on her right nostril and a navel piercing.
There is no such type of piercing but there is clear body jewelry, also called retainers. Retainers are always good to use if you don't want a piercing to close up but also not show. When getting a new piercing the piercer cannot put that material in the piercing because its not the right type of material for the piercing to heal around. They will use 316LVM steel jewelry but once the piercing is healed you can put a retainer in. Hope that answers the question.
You really shouldn't. Try to not smoke for as long as you possibly can after getting the piercing. I'd say definitely not with a couple hours after getting pierced.
Well if you remove the jewellery right away the piercing will heal up in about three days but won't be comletely heal for a couple of weeks.
"He has a distaste for sports, but he enjoys learning how to participate in them and being a good sport," says the first person, but that isn't completely right. He likes playing basketball, baseball, and soccer.
Any piercing is going to hurt. How badly it hurts varies from person to person.
This is an opinion and you will get many different answers from wherever you ask. There is no right or wrong answer to this question
The right to participate in government is called the right to public participation. The right to public participation is often conceived of as a human right.
Which ever side you want really. Bangs don't really affect the way it looks. Won't be cluttered or anything. If you plan on getting lip piercing/eyebrow piercing, get it on the opposite side of that.
That doesn't apply any more, with the modern piercing movement everyone regardless of orientation are getting multiple piercing singles doubles, do the whole left right thing is dead and gone.
I have personally done this before, i got my right lip piercing re-pierced in the exact same spot and no it doesn't hurt, it feels the same as getting your first lip piercing.
Student Health Insurance covers students in and out of school so participating in sports is not really a factor in deciding if this type of insurance is right for your children.
Peircing you right nostril
Piercing pain on the right rear side of my body above the hip?
The right side piercing is an antiquated custom, but originally only applied to men.
Go for it.
To the right
Right to Know Right to Participate Right to Refuse
most likely the tragus piercing. but that's still on the ear.