Pregnant with a Piercing – Now What?

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You may be able to gently re-insert the jewellery, but in all probability you will lose the piercing. Your piercer would have known this, too, it wasn't terribly ethical of them to be doing a genital (or indeed, any kind) of piercing on a pregnant woman - clearly they were just into the money. Well, now you know. Frequent repiercings aren't a good idea, as they can damage the nipple and may cause problems if you become pregnant again and decide to breastfeed your next baby. Clitoral piercings. A clitoral piercing may not cause you any problems during your pregnancy, apart from feeling a bit uncomfortable. This is because your.

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You may be able to gently re-insert the jewellery, but in all probability you will lose the piercing. Your piercer would have known this, too, it wasn't terribly ethical of them to be doing a genital (or indeed, any kind) of piercing on a pregnant woman - clearly they were just into the money. Well, now you know. Hi there, I'm just wondering how well genital piercings cope with giving birth? I'm interested in a VCH, triangle or inner labia and wanting to get one soon but also thinking about getting pregnant in the next year or so. A lot of threads seem to say "just take them out and it'll be fine" but (sorry for being graphic).


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