- The best nipple piercings parlor is one where you have been referred and extensive research has been done on that place. You do not want to lose your nipple to careless nipple piercers, so seeing others results and asking lots of questions helps.
- Pros: nipple piercings not only looks great, but it can also increase sensitivity in the nipple as it is frequently stimulated by the piercing. A nipple piercing can also increase the size of a small nipple and prevent it from becoming inverted.
- Cons: Tit piercings can be a little painful and can take a long time to completely heal. NIPPLE PIERCINGS need a strict cleaning routine to prevent infections and are therefore a big commitment. If the piercing is not properly cared for infections may occur, which can be dangerous and just because the nipple is small, the infections can be serious, especially for breastfeeding mothers.
- It is a lot of times a bit less expensive to have both NIPPLE PIERCINGS on both breasts done in one appointment, rather than making two separate sit-downs. However, many people just find it easier to go through the healing process for both tits at the same time.
- The two types of nipple piercings are ring piercings and barbell piercings. Rings are more popular, but barbells are best for those involved in contact sports, as they are less likely to be ripped out #ouch! The type of piercing you can get will also depend on the size and shape of your nipple, so you will need to consult with your piercer before making a final decision (P.S I was tempted to say Doctor there, because nipple piercings sounds so serious).
- The nipple can be pierced in any direction, but horizontal piercings are most common, followed by vertical piercings. It is also possible, in some cases, to have one nipple pierced many times, like with the ear, though the first piercing will need to have healed completely before successive ones are added, which is different to the ear, ear piercings don’t need to heal before the next one is added.
- In terms of jewelry, Jewelry containing high amounts of nickel should never be used, as these may cause infections and allergic reactions.
- How painful you find getting your nipple pierced will depend on your individual pain threshold. Some people find it very painful while others think it’s a breeze. Most people describe the sensation as similar to being pinched or bitten hard. The nipple will also feel very hot. Luckily, nipple piercings are very quick, and there will only be a couple of seconds of pain before the feeling passes. Afterwards, the nipple will feel warm and tender to the touch, but will not be painful.
- Nipple piercings usually take between 6 to 10 weeks to heal, if the piercing is properly cared for and there are no complications. The nipple (or nipples) will be tender for the first few days, but this will more or less subside.
- Be aware that although the initial healing should take less than three months, it can take over a year for the piercing to heal completely and for scar tissue to form.
Now… Do you still want to pierce? Me, Nope… Never!! Especially with point number 5; NIPPLE PIERCINGS can be ripped out with contact sports and, I still love my nipples.
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