Ideally you should wait until your nipples are fully healed before doing any type of nipple play. It is important to wait through the entirety of the healing process because until 9-12 months your body has not finished developing fistulas. This means that you have a higher risk for ripping or tearing the piercing.
Consequently, how long is the healing time for nipple piercings?
Once your nipples are pierced, you can expect a six- to eight-week healing period at a minimum.
Considering this, how long does it take for a nipple piercing to stop hurting?
There will be some pain when you get your nipple pierced. It’ll typically be sore for a week after the piercing. You may also bleed, itch, or see swelling or discharge from the wound. Your nipple may feel sore or irritated as it heals over the next few months.
What’s the most painful piercing?
The genitals are by far the most sensitive ears of our bodies, so no one needs to convince you that it’ll be the most painful piercing you can ever get.
Do you have to wear a bra after getting your nipples pierced?
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.
Do nipple piercings leave bad scars?
Scarring is another common side effect caused by nipple piercings. Certain scar tissues, such as keloid scars, create a growth of permanent scar tissue at the site of the piercing. These scars can only be removed surgically.
Do nipples go back to normal after piercing?
On average, it’s between a few months and a year (six months is the most common answer), but some nipples, unfortunately, cannot tolerate the piercing and never heal.
Can you Repierce the same hole?
The answer is complicated. You need to have your professional piercer examine the place where you want to be repierced. Sometimes the hole may not be completely healed in the inside- if the outsides of the hole are just closed it may be easy for your piercer to repierce you in the same place with little complication.
Can I breastfeed with nipple piercings?
You should be okay to breastfeed because nipple piercings typically don’t damage milk production. Breast milk is produced in your mammary glands, which are located in the breast tissue of female mammals, behind the nipple. After giving birth, these glands produce milk whether or not you have a piercing.
Can I numb my nipple before piercing?
You can use a numbing cream 40 minutes before getting your nipple pierced. Well, nipple piercing is quick and you feel the sensation for few seconds.
What helps with nipple piercing pain?
Here are some tips to ease the pain from your nipple piercing:
- Take pain medications, such as ibuprofen (Advil), to reduce discomfort.
- Apply an ice pack or cold compress to the area to reduce swelling.
- Use your sea salt soak to promote healing.
- Try tea tree oil to reduce swelling and pain.