Piercing is one of the most fashionable procedures for beautifying the face and body. Among the fair sex, it has become fashionable to do nipple piercing, which is believed to enhance sexual sensations. In addition, a puncture of the nipple makes it larger and removes retraction, if, of course, this problem has occurred. However, along with the advantages, this procedure also has disadvantages that you should be aware of.
Sometimes after nipple piercing, white discharge appears, which disappears after rinsing the puncture site with a sufficient amount of chlorhexidine. If an infection has got into the wound, and its treatment does not bring positive results, then the jewelry should be removed immediately. It is worth considering that a new piercing can only be done in six months. It is also necessary to remember that a puncture in the nipple area, done incorrectly, can subsequently have a bad effect on breastfeeding. The fact is that an experienced master pierces the nipple very carefully and in a safe place so that the functional activity of the milk ducts is not disturbed. This is why piercings in this area should be treated with particular care. In addition, a piercing of a woman's nipple can cause a lot of trouble while feeding a baby. Therefore, it is best to remove the product a few months before feeding in order for the wound to heal.
Nipple Piercing Care
Typically, the puncture will heal for several months, but special care is only needed for two weeks before the canal is formed. The piercing site should be treated with chlorhexidine twice a day, as well as after visiting the street and taking water treatments. It is also advisable to apply compresses with this antiseptic at night. In the event of discomfort, severe pain and discharge from the nipple, it is necessary to lubricate the puncture site with Levomekol ointment, strictly following the instructions for using the drug. Such problems must be reported to the master without fail.
During the healing period, care should be taken so that the product does not cling to clothing. The shower can only be taken on the 3rd day after the puncture. In no case should the wound be treated with such agents as iodine, alcohol and brilliant green.
Contraindications to piercing
Piercing has a number of contraindications. It is forbidden to do it at elevated body temperature, hepatitis C and B, poor blood clotting, skin diseases, diabetes mellitus, as well as with an exacerbation of a chronic disease (gastritis, pancreatitis, colitis, ulcer, sinusitis). This is due to the fact that such diseases contribute to the disruption of the epithelialization (healing) process and the formation of a canal at the puncture site.
Women are advised not to have piercings during menstruation and pregnancy. This procedure can be very harmful for mental disorders and epilepsy due to the high risk of a seizure.