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What are the causes of piercing migration and rejection?

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2005-08-26 08:09:36
2005-08-26 08:09:36

Before we get into the causes of piercing migration and rejection, here

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Horrible infections, migration, or rejection. Just go to a professional to be safe!

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Your biggest concerns will be rejection and migration.Causes of Migration and RejectionThere are several causes of migration which include:Up Pressure: Where the jewelry exerts pressure up on the skin above it, which stresses the tissue and partially stops blood supply to the area.General Damage: Damage caused from the piercing process, weakening the tissues around the holes.Motion: Certain areas of the body receive more movement than others, and in the case of surface piercings, the more movement the higher your chances of rejection because of the added there pressure, stretching, twisting, and compression to the skin.Impact: Again, placement is very important for surface piercings. If you get one in a location that is prone to wear and tear, your chances of migration are again heightened. Impact does not include just hitting the piercing, but any friction towards it, which include clothing.Improper Drainage: If the piercing is not able to drain the dead tissues, migration can be a problem.http://hubpages.com/hub/Surface_Piercings

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The major risks of an industrial piercing include ear deformation, migration and even rejection. If it is not properly taken care of it can move, and be very painful. Someone very experienced should preform this piercing, as if it is not done properly, the risk grows higher.

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Answer: The rejection of his message by the people of Mecca caused Muhammed's migration to Medina.

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Sometimes rejection just can't be helped. Definitely get micro dermals instead of a surface bar to make things go smoother. Be cautious when getting dressed and put bandages on them before bed so that you don't rip them out in your sleep. Keep them clean just like any other piercing!

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All piercings are at risk from migration and rejection, just depends how you look after it after it's pierced. It also depends what area it is and what KIND of piercing it is. For instance a surface piercing done on the wrist with a surface bar is more likely to reject than a helix piercing in the upper ear. This is because the wrist is a high movement area. (:

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Christina Piercing is not a person but is a type of piercing. In this case, a decorative stud is placed in the female genital area. This type of piercing can be uncomfortable is has a high rate of rejection.

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Generally rejection starts when you notice the tissue between the entry and exit points going from a normal flesh tone to a more pinkish tone. This can be due to jewellery that is ill fitting (generally too large or long for the piercing) causing stress on the actual tissue retaining the piercing. If you notice this tonal change in the skin, that's the time you should ask yourself if you want to keep the piercing or not. If you opt to loose the piercing or have it redone then remove the jewellery from the piercing and see your local professional body piercer for a second opinion. Sometimes changing the jewellery can revert a migration by minimizing the irritation longer or over sized jewellery can cause.

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It is called the arterial vein, and should not be punctured. Never ever pierce yourself, especially your tongue. You run the risk of irritation, infection, migration, rejection and even Hepatitis if you are not careful.

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Go to a doctor right away. This is a sign of rejection and the jewelry must be removed before it causes any long term problems.

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what are the causes of the migration of the navajos

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Well most professional body piercers won't pierce "outie" navels because of the irritation the piercing will be subjected to. This generally leads to migration and rejection. Find something else to pierce.

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Rejection can be caused by several factors, poor aftercare, shallow piercing, too thin a gauge jewellery for the piercing, wrong jewellery material.

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It can get infected easily. It has a high chance of rejection which will leave a scar.

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Your question "Can navel piercing migration be down to growth" makes no sense.

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Any piercing can get infected easily. Surface piercings have an extremely high chance of rejection. Meaning your skin will probably push it out.

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definitely. Rejection can be caused by the piercer not placing the jewelry deep enough, improper aftercare or by wearing jewelry that is too heavy in the piercing.

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The three general causes of migration are:environmental factorsdisastersclimate changesexhausted resourceseconomic causesunemploymentslaverypolitical causesreligious persecutionwar

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A Christina piercing, also known as a Venus piercing, is a female genital piercing located where the outer labia meet, just below the pubic mound. They are generally done as surface piercings, depending on personal anatomy, and are therefore subject to a high rejection rate.

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Cheap ( low quality body jewellery ) is available just about any where, retail stores and on-line. However you don't want to be using cheap jewellery in your piercing unless you want to lose the piercings due to rejection, infection and migration.

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Piercing cartilage with a piercing guns is the number one cause, two would be a secondary infection.

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Generally rejection starts when you notice the tissue between the entry and exit points going from a normal flesh tone to a more pinkish tone. This can be due to jewellery that is ill fitting (generally too large or long for the piercing) causing stress on the actual tissue retaining the piercing. If you notice this tonal change in the skin, that's the time you should ask yourself if you want to keep the piercing or not. If you opt to loose the piercing or have it redone then remove the jewellery from the piercing and see your local professional body piercer for a second opinion. Sometimes changing the jewellery can revert a migration by minimizing the irritation longer or over sized jewellery can cause.

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The causes of rural-urban migration in Nigeria are associated to unemployment. People mostly come to urban areas hoping to get employment.

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You should go to http://afroamhistory.about.com/od/segregation/p/Causes-Of-The-Great-Migration-Searching-For-The-Promised-Land.htmAll the causes are there.pianojoe

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Three causes of Cultural change are, migration, trade, and warfare.


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