If it still looks crooked, you should consult an experienced piercing artist to discuss your options. 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.
Also question is, what happens if a nipple piercing goes wrong?
Potential risks include infections (or even breast abscess formation), nerve damage, bleeding, hematoma (a blood-filled cyst), allergic reactions, nipple cysts, and keloid scarring (raised, red scarring). Unfortunately, nipple piercing is also associated with hepatitis B and hepatitis C infection, and even HIV.
Regarding this, is it bad if my piercing is crooked?
A crooked piercing occurs when the hole is not placed directly through the earlobe. It may be higher at the front or back. Like uneven holes, crooked piercings are not dangerous, but may be unsightly. Remove the earring and allow the original piercing to heal completely before attempting to re-pierce it.
Can nipple piercings get infected years later?
The risk for infection is long term. It doesn’t end in the immediate days or weeks after the piercing is made. As long as you have the piercing, you may experience any of these complications: bleeding.
Nipple piercings can impact breastfeeding for both mother and baby. Common concerns for mom may include nerve damage that impacts the milk ejection reflex or scarring that obstructs the milk flow which can, over time, affect milk production.
You don’t need to rotate or spin the barbell for any reason. If you have to touch the piercing for any reason make sure you are washing your hands with antibacterial hand soap beforehand. The goal is to make this piercing as stationary as possible during the healing period.