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Navel Piercing Facts

Body piercing is when a needle is placed through the body and then inserted a foreign object such as jewelry. Over time, the skin heals around the jewelry and a hole is left. The hole is drilling. It is perfectly safe when done by professionals who are careful.

DO NOT pierce your own navel. The drill needs to be done with a sterilized needle, gloves and other sterilized pieces of equipment.

Belly button piercings can move within five to ten years and then fall.

Belly piercings take time to heal – about 4 months to 1 year

Belly piercing is an important decision. The following information will help you make a decision that is best for you. Make sure you go to a reputable piercer and consult your doctor if you have symptoms of an infection!

That piercing salon to use?

You should ask friends and family with the holes where it was and whether they liked the place.

Is the salon clean and safe as this can help you stay healthy after getting your piercing, and prevents disease? Is it well lit so the piercer can see well at work? You should feel safe there.

Wash the hands and using sterile gloves and instruments? All instruments or should be new and disposable (meant to be discarded after one use) or be sterilized in bags. If disposable needles are used, you should see / open their sealed packages of needles! The piercer should throw away used needles in a biohazard container after use. If disposable needles are not used in the salon should have sterilization equipment on site, you should ask to see. If they refuse to show, go elsewhere.

A piercing gun should not be used (except in the ears), because it can not be sterilized properly. If the salon uses a piercing "gun" for body piercing … QUIT!

Looking for a room that has a wide variety of jewelry. The salon should not tell you what kind of jewelry to have.

What kind of jewelry should you buy?

Only jewelry made of a non-corrosive metal, for example, surgical stainless steel is safe when, first have your piercing done. It is at least likely to produce a foreign body reaction or infection in the skin. Other options for the first time his piercing on are metals like solid gold (at least 18 karat), titanium or niobium. All these cost more than surgical steel. For people who are extremely sensitive to metal, Teflon or nylon piercings may be used. gold-plated jewelry should not be used.


Since the law is different in each country, have to figure out what the law in your country says about:
• The minimum age for belly piercing
• If you need or not the parents permission to have a piercing
• What conditions and regulations the salon should have and must be displayed

How does and it hurts?

Immediately before piercing, the piercer should wash and dry your hands and wear latex gloves. Gloves should be worn at all times during the procedure. If the discharge of the drill and touches something or come back later and have not seen all that he or she has done, ask them to put on new gloves.

An experienced piercer uses a hollow needle to create a hole by passing the needle through the body part to be drilled. Body jewelry is inserted through the hole. Sometimes there may be a small amount of bleeding. You should not take aspirin or pain medicine that contains aspirin a week before any Drilling was done because these drugs can cause you to bleed a bit more than usual.

As for the 'pain' issue. This will vary from person to person as different people perceive pain in different ways. Everyone has a different tolerance level, so I really just have to experience it for yourself.

The piercer should give you instructions about cleaning, maintenance, etc. If not, ask questions (is your body, you deserve to know how to care it).

What are the risks?

The most common problem is the drilling of the infection. The infection is very common and is easily cured with due care and attention. Another risk with a piercing is that your body might reject it. If you do, this can cause inflammation and pain. If your piercing is causing a lot of pain or continually gets infected, you might want to remove your piercing and do it again pierced once it has healed. Infections can be caused by hepatitis, HIV, tetanus, bacteria and yeast. If the piercer washes his hands and uses gloves and sterile equipment and take good care of your piercing, the risk of infection is low (but still exists).

As with piercings, navel piercing will be swollen, red and have pus. It can be painful. If the perforation does not improve in the next couple of days pull the drill. Some bodies do not like the piercing. It will not heal properly and has nothing to do with the actual drilling or perforation. It has to do with the body of that person in particular. The navel piercing can be rejected by the body.

There is no real danger of actual drilling, but it is important to take care of it. The dangers are once it is in. The reason is that it is in front of the body with clothing constantly rubbing against the piercing. People have a tendency to touch the piercing and the transfer of germs from your fingers with the ring. Once you turn in a navel piercing few can become infected.

Infections caused by bacteria entering the borehole drilling may also occur later, even after the piercing has healed.

Another cause of the problems of drilling is the wrong kind of jewelry the piercing site. If the jewelry is too small, but may cut supply blood to tissues, causing inflammation and pain. If the jewelry is too thin or too heavy or if you are allergic to metal, sometimes your body can reject the jewel (Your body reacts against the jewelry because it is a "foreign object").

How to take care of the piercing

Clean the drilling of at least two times a day until healed. This is done;
• Always wash hands with soap and water (or antibacterial soap) before cleaning
• Extraction and crispy skin piercing and jewelry with warm water
• Gently wash drilling saline (sea salt mixed with water) or antibacterial soap
• Rinse the area to remove the solution or soap
• Gently drying zone with a paper towel (do not use cloth towels because they may contain bacteria)
• Do not wash or scrub as this can irritate the piercing

Check your jewelry while cleaning to see if any parts have come loose

Do not use alcohol or peroxide or other strong solution as this will cause irritation and / or alter the color of jewels

Do not let anyone tough the piercing until healed

If you are not cleaning the piercing then do not touch!

Avoid taking baths, take showers instead to avoid sitting in bacteria

Do not use hot tubs, pools, lakes, seas as they are breeding ground for bacteria

Always clean the piercing after exercise or sports such as bacteria love damp moist spots

Not how are you use antibacterial cream trap bacteria

Always wear clean loose clothing while the piercing is healing to allow air to circulate around drilling. Clothing should be of soft fabric and should not cling or rub the piercing. Avoid jeans, leotards, belts, dresses and body stockings drilling heal

Change your bedding once a week to prevent infection

DO NOT attempt to change the piercing during the healing process. When you get it drilled ask the piercer how long you wait before you can.

Always look for signs of infection, foul odor, discharge, redness, pain, swelling, rash around the piercing. If you think you have an infection always go see your doctor.

Be careful with the drill – it will take time to heal and to get used to it.

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