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strange_bird asked:

20 Sep 2009

When can i change my nose peircing?

i just got my nose pierced and this stupid rod, or whatever its called is a pain.it comes out so easily and the stud is bigger than what i want. When will i be able to change it to one of the little studs that don't come out so easily?

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auri

auri says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

usually after you get something pierced you dont take it out until its healed, however if its already came out...then i would say its ok to put another in but make sure you clean the stud really good and your piercing as well.

ctl888

ctl888 says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

Do you have the little stud now? if you still need to purchase it, then while you are at the piercing shop you can ask them to help you change it out. And tell them what happened to the larger stud rod thing.

fulltimepinklady

fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 21 Sep 2009

the first one had to be bigger than normal cuz your nose will try to heal and grow in around it and that would be really bad. when you get through with the six weeks or however long youre supposed to keep it in, you can buy one that has a screw back and doesnt stick out or come out as easily and is much smaller. If its really bothering you though go back to teh professionals and ask what you can do about it

baumlidiana

baumlidiana says:

Posted on 21 Sep 2009

i also have a nose ring now, earlier i struggled with studs and my piercer advised me to wait at least 3 months after i change it...it was a real pain however it was the best time for me to change since you'll might face swelling and other inflammation and it's no good to change your piercing when the area is sensitive...you know however a pro can tell you much more i recommend you to wait at least 3 weeks then go back to the salon and ask for a new one, till then cleanse it thoroughly to avoid infection....good luck...

hanlou

hanlou says:

Posted on 21 Sep 2009

6 weeks then u can change it, its just needs to heal to stop infection.



try using salt water 3 times aday to help it heal after you can change it.



The person who did your piercing should have advised u on everything.

glamorus_miranda

glamorus_miranda says:

Posted on 21 Sep 2009

i have a little stud in now...i would def wait until it is 100% healed....give it about 3 months or so.

blondie_91

blondie_91 says:

Posted on 22 Sep 2009

i'm training to be a body piercer and i'll tell you what i know.



for a piercing to fully heal it takes 6-8 weeks in total. if you notice scabbing do not pick at it this just means it is healing properly like it should.

clean it at least 3 times a day with salt water either using a tissue to dab at it or a shot glass just hold it over the piercing so the salt water is completely convering the piercing.

when changing over a piercing ensure the new piercing is sterilized otherwise you will get a nasty infection!

visit your piercer after 6-8 weeks and ask them if they can change the piercing over for you the first time this may cost like $5 but this way they show you how to take it out properly, to clean the stud and give you any advice they think you may need for caring for the piercing or how to change the studs.



hope this helps you :)

strange_bird

strange_bird says:

Posted on 20 Sep 2009

thats what i was thinking but i've never had any piercing other than my ears so i don't really know much about the care. other than the paper they gave me.

auri

auri says:

Posted on 21 Sep 2009

ahh, yeah i dont see why you wouldnt be able to. or if your not comfortable, just do what ' CTL888' said and just go back to the place or even just call them and ask.

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