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DCTattoo 1.6mm (14g) Premium Sterile Cannula Needle Piercing Kit for Belly Button Navel Piercing. Kit Includes Light Green CZ Gem Belly Bar Piece of Jewellery

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They too will give you a quick consultation and briefing before discussing the navel piercing location. Avoid rubbing alcohol, peroxide, or ointments, as these can be very drying and irritating on the skin if used everyday. You may want to get your piercer to help you change your jewelry since it can be difficult with a fresh piercing. For at least the first 6-8 weeks of recovery, you should try to wear loose, flowing, or low-waisted clothing that doesn’t sit tightly against your new piercing. You’ll need a body piercing clamp, a 14-gauge piercing needle, and a 14-gauge belly button ring made of a safe material like stainless steel or titanium.



OP just make sure she takes it out - if it was really done at home it won't be done properly and could get infected.If your piercing does get infected (continuous redness, extreme pain, pus and maybe fever) do not take out the piercing. Out of the autoclave comes a very long, very sharp hollow needle of sorts, which will be used to pierce the skin for your new piercing.

While some people’s belly button piercings appear to be fully healed within 4-6 weeks, they actually need 3-6 months—and sometimes up to a year—to heal completely, inside and out. Take the piercing clamp and use it to clamp the skin of the navel and pull it out from the body slightly. If significant belly button piercing pain occurs after you have had your piercing then make sure to consult your doctor or piercer. You may need to check you can have a belly button piercing done as not all navels are suitable for piercing.

Read our blog about belly button piercing pain to learn about our owner's experience with getting her navel pierced. Submerge all your equipment in rubbing alcohol or hydrogen peroxide for 1-2 minutes, then lay it out on a paper towel to dry. As with any piercing, you can expect to experience a brief, sharp pinch as the needle punctures the skin, as well as the feeling of pressure as the needle passes through the flesh and when jewelry is first installed. During pregnancy, your belly will expand as your baby grows so while you may initially be able to wear your belly button piercing, you will eventually need to take it out. You should do full sea salt solution soaks 2-3 times a day and mist your piercing with aftercare spray 3–6 times a day until the infection clears up.

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