Why do tongues bleed when you have them pierced?
A tongue bleeds for the same reason any other body part bleeds when it is puntured. The tongue is a living-working muscle filled viens & flowing blood- just like any other muscle.
When I got my nosed pierced it didn't bleed very much just like it would if I had gotten a scratch, but the guy that pierced my nose told me that he was surprised I didn't bleed very much because he said it depends on the person, like if you bleed alot when you get cut or something you're gunna bleed pretty good but they'll know what to do.
No because the needle goes through your ear so fast that it doesn't have time to bleed. If they do it wrong it will bleed but that chance is very small because there experts. If you take it out the day you had it put in then it will start to bleed because getting your ear pierced is basicly having a cut in your ear. I had mine done two days ago and it didnt…
Because other people do.One of my friends get their tongue pierced.That person had their other friend have her tongue pierced.I saw the first person tongue. I think girls get their tongues pierced because they like the look and they want to express them self's, the same with every other piercing. No piercing is meant for just one gender group.
Some people bleed, and some people don't. If you bleed, it doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong. Your piercer could have hit a blood vessel, your blood could be thin -- there are many factors as to why you can bleed. If it continues to bleed for long periods of time, then you may have a problem.
A professionally provided body piercing should not bleed except for ear cartilage piercing ( bleeding is almost always expected with ear cartilage due to the method used to piercer that tissue). But no your navel should not bleed after it has been pierced, if it is bleeding then you have either tugged the piercing causing a tear in it or the piercer has made a mistake in providing the service.
An teenanger girl wants to get her tongue pierced i heard that being pierced in tongue will cause cancer is it true?
I really considering getting my tongue pierced but i am terrified about the pain what is it like getting it done?
Many people pierce their tongues simply because they think it looks cool. For these people, it's no different than a pierced nose of pierced eyebrow. However, there are people out there who pierce their tongues for sexual reasons. Rumor has it that it feels good during oral sex. You never really know for sure what reason someone has a pierced tongue, and therefore you cannot really say for sure what it means. To do that…
What size length is the tongue stud when you first have your tongue pierced i want to have my tongue pierced buti have a slight gag relex what size do they put in the hole how long is it?
Its longer than what you would normally wear in it because it has to allow for swelling. Don't worry about your gag reflex. Tongues arent pierced that far back and the bar wont be nearly long enough to trigger it. Go to a reputable piercer and you wont have any problems! They know what they're doing!
Your going to have to try again with that question, the way it is written it makes no sense. I have no idea what you want to know. I will tell you to do yourself a big favor and avoid tongue piercing. If they do not know exactly what they are doing they can screw up your speech really badly. Also, pierced tongues tend to get infected often, the mouth is full of germs.
apparently its not painful, its just more intense like pressure but not sore or anything and is known for not being sore after getting it pierced but nearly all of them are to be honest i cant give you an honest answer but i found this out and i have had my nose pierced twice but with a gun but guns are known to be painful but the 1st time literally you couldn't feel a…
In my experience having my nose pierced (it's been done three times), it bleeds a lot more than many other parts of the body (it bled a lot more than my bellybutton!) because there are vessels in it. It's nothing to worry about, but you should be warned before you go in that it MAY bleed a lot more than expected. If the piercing is done correctly by someone who is experienced in providing piercings…
They shouldn't bleed for more than a few days. If they're infected, see a doctor for some antibiotics--and talk to a professional piercer about aftercare. Also, if you had it done with a piercing gun, please read up on how horrible those are.... and never do it again... http://www.homiegfunk.com/gunssuck.htm