Nipple Suction and Nipple Rings

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Nipple Suction and Nipple Rings

Cream in the Cupcake Cream in the Cupcake
I got the nipple suction bulb and i was a little nervous because i have nipple rings. I tried it this morning and my left nipple still hurts, like the peircing got pulled. The bulb doesnt go over the whole nipple and the 2 balls of the peircing. Has anyone with peircings use this? What should i try next? It did make my nipples stick out more but i was just so scared id rip it because only one side of the peircing would be suctioned. Are there products that can be used with peircings? Im sure there are. I just dont want to take these things out because this may just not work for me and i might not be able to put them back in. Also ive never really taken them out because its so hard to, its the barbell kind (any tips on this too would help).
thanks guys
05/15/2009
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bodymodboy bodymodboy
Quote:
Originally posted by Cream in the Cupcake
I got the nipple suction bulb and i was a little nervous because i have nipple rings. I tried it this morning and my left nipple still hurts, like the peircing got pulled. The bulb doesnt go over the whole nipple and the 2 balls of the peircing. Has ...
Do NOT use suctions on pierced nipples. If you had your nipples professionally pierced (which I hope so, but I know most don't), it will cause severe damage to the piercing and cause scar tissue. Professional piercing does not leave any scar tissue when it heals, and the suction pulling will cause tears inside the nipple and layer it with scar tissue, putting pressure on the nipple ring and the nipple.
05/15/2009
Cream in the Cupcake Cream in the Cupcake
Quote:
Originally posted by bodymodboy
Do NOT use suctions on pierced nipples. If you had your nipples professionally pierced (which I hope so, but I know most don't), it will cause severe damage to the piercing and cause scar tissue. Professional piercing does not leave any scar ...
Thank you for the info...but its too late. I ripped a little but i hurt them often. And they are professionally done.
05/16/2009
bodymodboy bodymodboy
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Originally posted by Cream in the Cupcake
Thank you for the info...but its too late. I ripped a little but i hurt them often. And they are professionally done.
Okay, great. That made me super happy that you got them professionally done <3 Thank you for that!
05/16/2009
Cinnamon Chambers Cinnamon Chambers
I have friends that have professional piercings and still have scar tissue. It must be how the body reacts.
05/16/2009
bodymodboy bodymodboy
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Originally posted by Cinnamon Chambers
I have friends that have professional piercings and still have scar tissue. It must be how the body reacts.
Hmm. Did they religiously clean the piercing within the first three days? The first three days is crucial. Granted, bodies who are more prone to keloid scarring, or any type of scarring for that matter, will have scarring.
05/17/2009
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