I didn’t know that 2g to 0g was so big, and I went to do the stretch but it would NOT happen. … I did a lot of research on it, talked to a couple of people who have done it, and the general consensus is you should not stretch from 2g to 0g. It’s a huge jump, and it is worth going to 1g first.
In respect to this, how many MM is a 2g plug?
Also know, what’s the size after 00g?
Can I go from 14g to 10g?
no you cannot. you do not want to . do yourself the favor and go size by size and wait before you start to keep on going.
This is a good ear size chart to determine how long you should wait in between stretches:
- 16g to 14g – 1 month.
- 14g to 12g – 1 month.
- 12g to 10g – 1.5 months.
- 10g to 8g – 2 months.
- 8g to 6g – 3 months.
- 6g to 4g – 3 month.
- 4g to 2g – 3 months.
- 2g to 0g – 4 months.
Piercing Gauge Sizes
Generally, you need to wait at least 3-4 months before gauging the fresh plug piercing, after it’s initially done. Then, you‘ll have to take breaks of at least 1 month between other 1-sized stretches.
Crusting after body piercing is perfectly normal—this is just the result of your body trying to heal itself. 1? Dead blood cells and plasma make their way to the surface and then dry when exposed to air. While perfectly normal, these crusties do need to be cleaned carefully and thoroughly whenever you notice them.
However, before these 2G networks are fully decommissioned, 2G devices will stop performing optimally. Here’s what to expect: 2G cellular devices may still connect to the network, but it will not be possible to activate new devices.
Most of America’s largest carriers have already shuttered their 2G service or plan to soon: AT&T stopped servicing its 2G network back in December of 2016. T-Mobile plans to sunset their 2G network in December of 2020. Sprint will do the same a year later with their 2G CDMA network, in December of 2021.
2G, understood as GSM and CDMA, has been superseded by newer technologies such as 3G (UMTS / CDMA2000), 4G (LTE) and 5G; however, 2G networks are still used in most parts of Europe, Africa, Central America and South America, and many modern LTE-enabled devices are known to still fallback to 2G for phone calls, …