Is a nose ring unprofessional


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  1. 06.04.02, 19:11:43#11
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    Couldn't wait until Monday, that was a good thing. Just went to the weekend emergency service with my daughter (Janina) and had the thing removed. Was a difficult birth, because the counter holder had jammed from the inside. Nu isses survived, only the hole is unfortunately bigger than I thought.
    On the subject of nose piercing, the doctor said that it would be very unhygienic and can also be dangerous, and if piercing is used, it would be better to use the navel. Opinions are so different. But I think it's different for everyone. One has no problems with it and others are constantly unlucky with inflammation, etc.

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  2. 06.04.02, 22:02:08#12
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    Hello,

    I also have a nose piercing and have never had any problems with it !! When it was stung it didn't hurt at all, I didn't even notice it.
    But under no circumstances would I go to a doctor, I had often heard of bad experiences from people I knew. Most doctors simply do not have enough experience with it, do a piercing every few weeks, and often the jewelry has to be brought with you and is then not properly disinfected in the practice.

    And one more thing about the doctor: A good piercer would never have pierced an 11-year-old, not even with a declaration of consent from her parents, because such a young girl is still growing.

    My advice:
    - ask your friends about experiences with studios
    - In any case, take a good look at the studio, is everything sparkling clean? Are the instruments individually and sterile packed ?, is the jewelry sterile?
    - Take good care of your piercing after it has stung so that everything can heal

    I wouldn't have it done with a pistol at the jeweler either, they are often not cleaned properly and simply reused at the next one, and it is never as accurate as with piercing.


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    mouse

  3. 06.04.02, 22:03:38#13
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    something else Nose stud
    In the beginning it is often recommended to wear a small ring because it is much easier to clean.

  4. 06.04.02, 22:21:11#14
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    Well, tips about tips, you should have known beforehand. Maybe I should have asked you first. Janina's girlfriend had it done in a studio, first had her nose treated and all that, and she has no problems at all. Regarding your age, I have to say, I was also thinking about it, but your friend wanted to have it done too, and as it is between girls, it is sometimes not easy as a mother to make the right decision. Today times are different. I'm 36 myself, and when I was young I didn't have that, maybe I would have wanted it otherwise, who knows.

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  5. 08.04.02, 09:24:21#15
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    Hi

    I also got my nose piercing over 10 years ago (was also shot with the 'pistol'). About 5 years ago it annoyed me and I took it out. Unfortunately, the hole has not overgrown to this day. It doesn't bother me that much, but I've been asked about it many times, so it must (unfortunately) still be pretty easy to see, which is a shame (because I was always told that it would grow over again without any problems).

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    Rebecca

  6. 08.04.02, 09:24:42#16
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    Hello!

    I had my nose piercing shot with a pistol and I am very happy with it.
    It was a jewelry store, but the jewelry store's son is a piercer and did that.
    He shot in a normal (at least looked like it) but severely shortened (otherwise it would hit the nasal septum) medical ear studs, and it didn't hurt either.
    There was no anesthetic beforehand and it would not have been necessary.

    @ Christine

    I didn't get a mating connector either, the piercer said you never know how much your nose swells, that's why none.

    Maybe that's the problem with your daughter too, the nose was so swollen (doesn't necessarily have to be visible from the outside) that the plug became too short and the thing then half grown in because the mating plug holds it in place?

    @ Ninchen
    For me it cost 50 DM, including a medical connector.

    I wouldn't go to a doctor either, a friend had her navel pierced by a dermatologist - he pushed a normal, straight (!!!!!!!!!!) ear stud into her - of course the part got infected!

    If you let the nose stud shoot: the connector should be shortened and you shouldn't get a mating connector on it.
    If the piercing has to be masked with a plaster at night so that it does not fall out, it initially grows in a snap!
    And of course the shooter / piercer should understand something about it ... have routine.

    vg, sharkzzz

  7. 08.04.02, 11:28:22#17
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    Hello,

    I also had a nose ring made over 8 years ago. it was at the jeweler with a pistol.

    it didn't hurt too much, but it took over half a year to heal properly. In retrospect, I was told that a nose ring should be pierced in the same way as a piercing, namely with a needle. NEVER and NEVER with the pistol - be absolutely unprofessional and slow down the healing process - that's how it was for me.

    at the beginning i had a "health plug" in it, later a ring (almost 6 years) because it was actually better to care for and the inflammation went away completely.

    For 1.5 years I have been wearing a specially made small silver plug (to screw in; with a spiral end) and find it very cute. Unfortunately, the hole is also a bit crater-like and I really doubt that it will ALL OVER.
    after the long ignition time and doing rum-doctoring on your own, the hole is quite frayed.

    I still don't regret it and would do it again - but only from the piercer. the fun cost around 25 dm back then; but will definitely be higher today ...

    back then you were really unique with a nose ring. what horrified the adults back then

    VLG
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  8. 08.04.02, 16:22:43#18
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    I think it's also a matter of skin type, how well the hole grows shut, or whether it frays.

    Mine could also be smaller, but I have been wearing a plug for a long time, with which the setting of the stone becomes narrower towards the bottom and thus fits into the hole - thus making it a little bigger.

    But if I don't wear this plug for a long time, I can clearly see the hole getting smaller again.

    A friend of mine has had a nose ring for about 10 years, when she had it outside, I almost had to look at the hole with a magnifying glass, it was that small.

    vg, sharkzzz