From the piercings I’ve seen, it is generally done like that- not directly straight through the nipple, but around behind it, mostly through the areola. … It’s also possible that the jewelry they used is longer than what one would normally use for a healed piercing.
Keeping this in view, how painful is a nipple piercing?
The jolt of pain felt from the act of puncturing the nipple only lasts a second or two. … The pain is often compared to a bruise or sunburn. A throbbing sensation the first day isn’t unusual. As long as you’re practicing proper aftercare and being careful with it, the pain should gradually improve over a few days.
Beside this, what do you wear when you get your nipples pierced?
Bra or Nah
Wearing a bra will actually feel better to you, and you might even want to sleep with it on. You’ll find that sports bras provide the most comfort. The most important consideration is moisture buildup; wear a bra that allows your skin to breathe.
Do nipple piercings make your nipples hard forever?
Do pierced nipples stay hard forever? “No, the nipple will not stay erect, but it will be more pronounced.”
Nipple piercings, at the end of the day, are kind of as close as you can get to the perfect body mod: they look rad, they don’t require too much aftercare and healing time, they’re easy to cover up when needed, and once you’re over them, all you have to do is take them out. Bottom line: It’s all worth it.
After the first few days your body will excrete lymph as it begins to form the fistula inside your piercing. This lymph ‘crust‘ will likely collect on the jewelry or around the piercing. Do not pick at it. Piercings do tend to swell slightly — some more than others — during healing.
After The Initial Procedure. Your nipples will be extremely sensitive after the initial procedure. Some people leave the store wearing the bra they came with because they think the pressure applied to the new piercings helps with the initial minor discomfort of a new piercing, and keeps the jewelry close to the body.
Infections can happen well after you get your nipple or areola, the darker ring around the nipple, pierced. Like any other body piercing, unsterilized equipment can put you at risk for infection with blood-borne diseases like HIV, hepatitis B or C, or tetanus.