- 1 Can I change my belly ring after 3 weeks?
- 2 Can I change my belly ring after a month?
- 3 How do I know when my belly button piercing is healed?
- 4 Can I change my belly piercing after 6 weeks?
- 5 What can you not do after getting your bellybutton pierced?
- 6 How fast does your belly button piercing close up?
- 7 How long after a belly piercing can you shower?
- 8 How do you make your belly button piercing heal faster?
- 9 Does changing your belly button ring hurt?
- 10 Do you have to have a flat stomach to get a belly button piercing?
- 11 Do belly rings leave scars?
- 12 When should you take out your belly button ring when pregnant?
- 13 Should I move my belly button piercing while cleaning?
- 14 Can I take my belly piercing out after 2 months?
- 15 Can you take out a belly button piercing before it’s healed?
Can I change my belly ring after 3 weeks?
You can change it earlier (from around 4 weeks would be the recommended minimum) as long as you keep following your aftercare routine and make sure that the new belly ring or bar is sterilised before you insert it into the piercing.
Can I change my belly ring after a month?
Summary. As long as you’ve waited the recommended three to twelve months, and used your aftercare correctly, you should be able to change your belly ring without issues.
If your piercing is healed, the skin should be the same color as the rest of the skin on your stomach surrounding the piercing. Red or pink skin indicates that your belly button piercing is still healing or is experiencing irritation. Check your navel ring for dried crusts.
Can I change my belly piercing after 6 weeks?
If the piercer says 6 weeks, wait 6 weeks and don’t remove them a day earlier! If you really do need to take your earring out, then do it at your own risk. There’s a reason they tell you to leave it in.
After you’ve been pierced
- Avoid hot tubs, pools, and lakes. Your wound can come into contact with bacteria in the water.
- Opt for clean, loose-fitting clothing. Tight garments can irritate the area and trap bacteria.
- Protect the piercing.
- Avoid the sun to prevent sunburns.
Fresh belly piercings tend to close quickly. If you’ve had one for years, it can close in a few weeks, but for some people it can take longer. Make sure you clean the area regularly until it’s fully healed. If you want to keep your piercing for the long term, put jewelry in it all the time.
How long after a belly piercing can you shower?
Zero days. Just shower as usual and pat dry the piercing with a cloth and apply some antibiotic if you want. Just shower straight away.
A daily saline wash kills bacteria in and around your piercing and keeps it clean, helping the healing process 1. The best way to do this is to soak your piercing in salt water for 10 minutes, typically by forming a suction seal between your belly and a cup of salt water.
Since the skin around the navel is quite fleshy, belly piercings hurt less than other piercing types, like cartilage piercings. However, you are receiving a puncture hole, so there will be some pain involved. The good news is that the process is quick, and any initial piercing pain will be brief.
It’s not a matter of can/can‘t, but rather should/shouldn’t. The shape of the navel doesn’t matter too much, any navel can be pierced if there is enough tissue depth to the skin available above or below the navel.
Do belly rings leave scars?
Pregnancy doesn’t mean your belly button piercing will tear or get infected, but it does mean that the skin around it will change quickly. As the skin stretches to accommodate the baby growing in the womb, it can leave scar tissue and stretch marks in the pierced area.
Remove piercings that haven’t healed
If you become pregnant before your navel piercing completely heals, the recommendation is to remove the body piercing until after you have the baby. Your body will go through several changes over the next few weeks and months — changes that can interfere with the healing process.
After about two days clean it with anti bacterial soap and a salt water solution. DO NOT move it around or play with it, doing this irritates the piercing.
Can I take my belly piercing out after 2 months?
To get it re- pierced you should wait at least two months before attempting to get it re-pierced but only if you don’t have an infection or damaged scar tissue due to you taking it out to early.
Your Hole Will Shrink
This is why piercers emphasize not removing newly-pierced jewelry from the hole. If your piercing hasn’t healed and you want to remove it, chances are the hole will shrink and close without a problem, leaving minimal scarring.