What you need to know about nipple piercing

In recent years, nipple piercing models, He conquered the world of piercing and gained popularity among both men and women.

When it comes to piercings in sensitive areas, there is a tendency to be sexually stigmatized around them. While this stigma is not entirely unfounded—many claim that nipple piercings increase nipple sensitivity and add to the pleasure of the bedroom—it’s not the only reason people like nipple piercings.

Piercing the nipples is a very positive effect for the body. Often, pierced nipples protrude more, making them invisible in a tight T-shirt. This is why men and women who get nipple piercings proudly wear nipple piercing jewelry to show that they are not afraid of their bodies.

What does nipple piercing mean?

The nipple piercing trend is having a big moment right now thanks to celebs like Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Rihanna and Kristen Stewart all having it – but by its very nature it’s hard to know just how popular it is.

Nipple Piercing Care

Nipple piercings are a popular, stimulating and attention-grabbing change. They take longer to heal than most body piercings and require careful maintenance for a healthy recovery.

nipple piercing care
  • Do not take aspirin, drink alcohol, or overuse caffeine during the first few weeks of your nipple piercing healing process.. All of the above thins the blood and makes it harder for blood clots to form to prevent bleeding.
  • No smoking. Nicotine has a systemic effect that slows down your body’s ability to heal. If you are unable to quit smoking, we recommend that you stop smoking, use nicotine patches, or use e-cigarettes during the recovery process.
  • Do not immerse your nipple piercing in a water bath, hot tub, or swimming pool.
  • Do not use soap or harsh cleaners on a healing nipple piercing. Soaps and alcohol-based cleansers can dry out and crack the skin, increasing the risk of infection.
  • Do not play with jewelry during the healing process. Playing with jewelry can create micro-cracks, introduce harmful bacteria, and increase the risk of infection. Touch your jewelry as little as possible.
  • Women; Wear sports bras at night and padded bras during the day to protect your nipple piercing. The men wear thick cotton undershirts day and night as a protective layer.
  • Never let anyone touch your new nipple piercing with your hands or mouth. This carries bacteria that increase the risk of infection.
  • Do not twist, twist, or slide the nipple decoration.
  • Do not apply any creams, oils, ointments, or ointments to your nipple piercing other than those recommended by your tattoo artist. They can block fistulas, trap bacteria, and potentially cause infection.
  • Do not change jewelry prematurely. After the first 3-6 months, check with your piercer and ask if it’s safe to replace long initial bars with narrower ones.

How long does a nipple piercing take to heal?

Everyone’s nipples heal at different rates. As a result, you may be ready to replace your original jewelry any time between 3 and 9 months after the recovery period. The exact timing depends on when the swelling subsides. If you experience any swelling, you should keep longer starting dumbbells so they don’t put undue pressure on your healing fistulas. Prolonged pressure can cause necrosis (tissue death), which can lead to infection.

After 3 months (and a few more weeks without any swelling), ask your piercer if it’s safe to switch to tighter jewelry that is less likely to snag on clothing.

Does nipple piercing harm breastfeeding?

Since breast milk resides in the mammary glands behind the nipple, a nipple piercing should not affect your ability to breastfeed. However, you can make sure your nipple piercing is completely healed before you start breastfeeding so you (and your baby) can remove it whenever you want.

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