As you would without a navel piercing, just be sure the navel piercing is the last thing you clean before you exit the bath.
I have both, and defin0ately the nose hurts more. I would say the navel piercing hurts around 1/10 compaired to the nose =] hope this helps XX
I would suggest going to the emergency room for medical assistance, if you mean a "navel piercing" then follow the written aftercare instructions provided to you by your professional body piercer. FYI no one does "Belly Piercing", if you find a place that does "Belly Piercing" that's not the place to get your "navel piercing" from. Seriously
The navel seems to be the most popular piercing I have seen on girls. The nose would be second place.
Actually, it is more a problem of how much skin is available in the piercing area, and how thick that skin is. Thin skin is more likely to allow the piercing to eject. Check with a licensed body piercer and let them assess your navel skin where the piercing would be.
barbell is better because if you get a ring it rotates around and the bacteria gets inside the piercing also if you get it pierced with a ring you might have difficulty putting a barbell in later
All navel piercings are crooked to some extent. Now if yours is completely lopsided then it would be best to take it out and get it repierced.
Why would you get your navel pierced in the early stage of pregnancy? YES im assuming you mean a navel piercing. Otherwise what was the point of asking this.
This Is Called, Growing Out Or Rejecting. This Can Happen To Any Person That Gets A Navel Piercing. It Can Affect Younger People Because As You Grow, The Piercing Can Gradually Be Pushed To The Suface Of Skin, And You Will Have To Take It Out. But If This Does Happen You Can Get It Repierced, You Just have To Let It Heal First. x
If your sinuses are effected by a navel piercing that would make you a candidate for the Guinness world book of records. There is no way your sinuses would be effected by a navel piercing the two don't event come close to each other. Your sinuses are in your head, that's the cavity covered by your nose. So relax there is no danger of the two bothering each other.
if you do it right
Yes you can get it repierced however I would suggest a bent barbell or a navel gem this will avoid external irritation and allow the piercing to be done a bit deeper than the first time around.
For a navel piercing it may take 3 months to a year (sometimes a little longer) to completely heal. My navel only took 2 months for mine to heal. I was told it would take 4-6 months by the place I had it done. However, according to professionals, it can take up to a year to heal completely.
Your Navel piercing shouldn't be dark. I would suggest you go back and see your piercer.
yes it is bad, its not recommended by anyone to get a belly button piercing at a young age like 13. my sister is a doctor and says it is possible to get a disease by getting it pierced. if you want a piercing on your navel i think a good age would be 16 and over. -hope this helped
Well I am going to assume you have a navel gem or a bent barbell and the ball is sinking into the top hole of the piercing (this is because your question wasn't clear enough). That would be a sign that the piercing jewellery is too short for the piercing and you are going through some swelling. You should get into your local body piercing studio and have the jewellery changed as soon as possible, left unresolved this can cause serious issues for your piercing. All piercings discharge during the initial stages of healing, this discharge matter needs to be washed away daily so the piercing can heal. If the matter is left and not cleaned away the piercing can swell and become infected. Aftercare is a daily requirement and not an option, it needs to be done every day to maintain a health piercing. If the jewellery is too short it can block the entry and exit points of the piercing stopping the piercing discharge from draining and thus causing further complications to occur.
You can but the question is "why would you". See the page link, further down this page, for more details about aftercare.
Face up would be best, putting a band-aid over it before you get into bed will protect it.
Actually not long at all. See it's the clothing and shirts and other layers that cause irritation to the navel piercing. If the piercing were done and left uncovered except for sleeping (bed sheets etc.) the piercing would look not bad maybe a very small red circle around the top exit point. So redness comes with the territory of clothing and irritation, this can be expected for a period of 3 to 6 months depending on the weather and the amount of clothing you wear over the navel. Remember regardless of what anyone tells you who isn't a professional body piercer navel piercing take a good year to heal and become seasoned* (* toughened up). So be nice to it and when possible give it all the fresh air you can.
Not at all, if you have the right body for it. The only reason a navel piercing would be "bad" is if you have a body that interferes with the healing process. To see if your body is suited for a navel piercing, you should:Sit down in a chair or at your bedside, in a relaxed positionLook to see if your belly button gets tucked under your skin (most girls thing these rolls of skin are "fat," but anyone can have this effect, no matter what they weigh)If your belly button tucks under, your body is probably not fit for a navel piercing.Another way to check is to see if you have a horizontal dent/line that goes across your abdomen (naturally or when sitting). If so, then your body is probably not a good candidate for a navel piercing.
I would say, no more than $50 or so dollars. Including the ring. Aren't very pricey.
This question would best be answered by someone who is familiar with meridians and shockras and ancient herbal and mystic medicine.
NO. It'd help if you went to a piercing shop and asked them what was wrong with your piercing. The lump around it could be a sac of infection.
Usually, there is a little white goop coming out, but that's normal. If the stuff coming out turns darker, or has a greenish-yellow-ish, or even brown tint to it, it's probably infected. If there's a lot of bleeding, and it's very sensitive even after 3 or so weeks after the initial piercing, I would go back and check with your piercer.
6 months to a year. 6 months is really early though so I would say 9 to 12 months.