They are everywhere in the lower lip.
The reasons you should not attempt to pierce your self should be obvious, but for those who think it's a "DIY" project, here's some food for thought.
Infection and contraction of MRSA, HIV, Meningitis, Hepatitis and Tetanus are all very serious health issues, MRSA is an antibiotic resistant bacteria that can in most cases land the unlucky individual in the hospital (and has been responsible for serious deformities and deaths). These infections has been caused by using unsterilized equipment and materials. Sterilization is not achieved by pouring alcohol over needles and jewellery, or burning these items over a fire or exposed flame. Microorganisms live in the fine fissures and cracks in needles and jewellery and only the high temperature and pressure of a steam Autoclave can render these and many other bacteria harmless.
The above reasons alone should be enough to sway anyone from thinking they can do it themselves. Professional body piercers have years for hands on training and education to enable them to make any piercing "look simple", when in fact they are considering dozens of things when they lay out a piercing and actually do it. So consider your lack of knowledge, training and skills before you attempt to do any self piercing, once you pierce it, it's damaged tissue. This makes it even more difficult for a professional piercer to leave you with a great looking piercing when the area we have to work with is damaged by self inflicted attempts.
And if you have read all of this and still would like to pierce your lips, see the picture, further down this page, listed under Sources and Related Links.
No, they do not but nerves do
Yes there are veins in your bottom and top lip.
Because the same little nerves and veins run through the bottom lip to the top so the swelling is caused by the piercing and affects both lips in some people.
A correct medical synonym for "upper lip" is "labium superius oris". A correct medical synonym for "lower lip" is "labium inferius oris".The anatomic term for the upper lip is the "labium superius oris" and the lower lip is "lower lip" is "labium inferius oris".
Yes there are veins and nerves in your septum. If you are thinking of doing a piercing it can be VERY dangerous.
The lymph moves with the nerves, arteries, and veins.
A lip piercing hurts worse. nose is more cartilidge and has less nerves than the lip.
well you take a sharp needle and shove it through any part of your lip except where the veins are and there yuh go you have a lip peircing
Nerves do not send blood, rather it is arteries and veins that transports blood throughout the body.
nerves and veins
The total length of the veins/nurves in the human body is approximately 60,000/- miles.
bp is lower in veins, because arteries experience the direct pressure of the heart pumping while veins do not
it means you look so sad that your lower lip is drooping excessively.
Yes lips have veins, arteries and vessels they are complex structures.
If you mean by pulling the lower lip with the hook of the candy cane, no, you cannot break your lower lip. It is more likely that the candy can will break than for it to break your lower lip. It is possible, however, if you have some sort of super cane that is stronger than other normal candy canes.
it means if someones pouting their lower lip sticks out.
yes, all of your lower nose by the holes is highly filled with nerves.
You loosen your lower lip and blow slower. To go higher you tighten your lower lip and blow faster.