Preventing piercing rejection
- Getting a larger gauge, or width, may reduce your chance of rejection.
- Speak with your piercer about the depth of the piercing and the best size for jewelry to wear while you’re healing.
- Follow all aftercare instructions. …
- Stay healthy, eat well, and avoid stress.
People also ask, can you get your bellybutton pierced after it rejected?
If you really want a navel piercing, yes you may do this. However, realize that this rejection process may occur again. If you want to try again despite the chance that it may happen again, go on ahead. Take care and precaution with it, and if it begins rejecting again, remove it and let it heal.
Moreover, why can’t I get my belly ring back in?
The tissue has contracted due to the absence of your bar. You may have taken the jewelry out too early, as some navel piercings can take a year (or more) to heal completely. … If this piercing was not fully healed inside, the hole can start to close from the inside out.
What does a rejecting Belly piercing look like?
Symptoms of piercing rejection
more of the jewelry becoming visible on the outside of the piercing. the piercing remaining sore, red, irritated, or dry after the first few days. the jewelry becoming visible under the skin. the piercing hole appearing to be getting larger.
If so, it’s advisable to not re-pierce this area as the skin is traumatized; rejection can re-occur, and tearing is likely. Luckily, you have both a top and bottom area of your belly button that can be pierced, if it’s not recommended that you pierce the old scar tissue.
What piercings reject the most? Surface piercings have the highest rejection rate. Surface piercings such as microdermals as well as eyebrow piercings and navel piercings reject the most because they are closest to the surface of the skin.
Sleep on your back or sides.
Sleep on your back and sides for the first few weeks after your piercing. This helps to ensure that you don’t apply uncomfortable pressure on your piercing by sleeping on your stomach, while it’s still new and sensitive.
These risks include: Allergic reactions to the jewelry. Excessive bleeding. Jewelry rejection or migration (migration is when the piercing moves internally to a slightly different spot, and rejection is when your body starts to push the jewelry out and you see more and more of the barbell)
It is recommended that you do not wear high waisted jeans to your piercing appointment. … After you have your belly button pierced, high waisted jeans would compress the new, sore site and potentially snag your jewelry. This will only lengthen the healing time and may even cause permanent trauma to your skin.
It is normal. Depending on the length of the bar, the amount of skin and any swelling the bar may not extend further than the length of the pierced hole. … If the piercing was pierced shallow, you will be able to feel it with just gently rubbing your fingers across the skin.
Navel piercings are surface piercings. As a rule, surface piercings tend to close quickly. … While a fresh belly button piercing closes quickly, after a couple years some people find it closes within a few weeks. For others, it never closes, instead, the hole simply gets smaller but remains visible.
This happens most often with at-home piercings, where the initial piercing has a high likelihood of being crooked. Another possible cause is a severe infection or intense pulling on the piercing. If the skin inside the piercing is damaged, it can heal incorrectly.