Hurry up and find a doctor
You should be fine.
No reason why not. Getting piercings doesn't exclude anyone from taking a sauna !
Newly pierced earrings should have studs in them,for awhile at least
Yes, labret piercings do leave a scar. Depending on the person, some are more obvious than others. In time, most scars fade.
A nose ring should have no effect on your sinuses,the pain is equal to that of having your ears pierced.
There are multiple complications that can occur from tongue rings. Infection is a common complication. Tongue rings can also crack or chip your teeth and increase the risk of damage to teeth enamel.
When you get your tongue pierced it is more than likely going to swell a lot. You can suck on ice chips to bring some of the swelling down and for the first few days you will probably have to stick to foods such as soup, yogurt and popcycles. After the swelling goes down you can return to normal foods.
Yes, eyebrow piercings do leave a scar. However, most scars do fade over time.
A tongue piercing is said to be the most unsanitary piercing due to the germs in the human mouth. With proper care and maintance it can be managed.
You probably will not notice any side effects after removing your piercings but it will close up rather quickly just because of the type of skin that is there.
You should wait 6 weeks from the time you get your ears pierced to the time you start changing your earrings. Make sure you twist the earrings each day and clean them 2-3 times a day with antiseptic solution.
well I have my tongue pierced but mine is not for what some people might get their tongue pierced for, I'll tell you after giving you a few examples of the meaning of tongue piercings
@Have a metal bar through your tongue, with one ball at one end and a ball at the other end (that is one of my reasons obviousy haha)
@ Just to play with it
@ sexual reasons
@ because they like it and its just for decoration ( that is what mine is for)
most of the time people will get there tongue pierced for sexual reasons especially if they are a slut then they will have it don't, but mine was pierced just for decoration nd obviously some people get their tongue pierced to act hard with, don't know why like but yeah some do
If you have a parent with you, you can do it before 18 years. If no parent, then it's 18 years old.
six weeks, think I changed mine at like five week though didn't make any difference ad my top ear piercing was quite painful for about a year never hardly wered it has the ear was sore after a day of wearing it and it is not a comftable piercing to fall asleep I as it digs In, if my top ear piercing healed up I would not get another one as really I don't think it is worth it to be honest
You can re-pierce almost any piercing if it has grown out. A few things to consider; anytime a piercing closes it form scar tissue so make sure your piercer is aware of a previous piercing. Also, while some piercings do sometimes "grow out" or reject, sometimes it is a matter of improper piercing placement. Be sure your piercer is certified and experienced.
Any food that remains in your mouth, whether it is caught in the hole of your tongue piercing, or between your teeth, or anywhere else in your mouth, will decay, and will therefore cause a great increase in the amount of bacteria in your mouth, which can lead to tooth decay, or to the inflammation of your gums, or to various other problems. Never let food remain in your mouth for any prolonged period of time.
Of all the parts of your body that you might choose to pierce, the tongue is the most risky, in terms of possible medical problems. I honestly would have to advise against it.
Your body is rejecting the piercing. Rejection happens when you place a foreign object in your body (i.e. body jewelry) & your body considers that it a threat to your health. In order to protect itself, your body slowly fights the object by completely pushing the object out through the skin.
The idea behind the age limits is to give everyone an equal chance and ensure productivity.
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.