How long until nipple piercing pain goes away?

How long until nipple piercing pain goes away?

How long until nipple piercing pain goes away?

Managing the Pain It’ll typically be sore for a week after the piercing. You may also bleed, itch, or see swelling or discharge from the wound. Your nipple may feel sore or irritated as it heals over the next few months.

Should you wear a bra to bed after getting your nipples pierced?

Tight clothes can also rub against and irritate the piercing, which can be painful and damage the piercing. Wear thick cotton clothes or sports/padded bras at night or during physical activity. This can help keep the piercing still and protect it from snagging on blankets or fabrics in bed.

Can you breastfeed if you have your nipples pierced?

You should be okay to breastfeed because nipple piercings typically don’t damage milk production. After giving birth, these glands produce milk whether or not you have a piercing. But while having a nipple piercing doesn’t stop the production of milk, having a piercing could slightly interfere with your milk flow.

How long should you avoid sleeping on a new piercing?

Is it OK? The general rule of thumb is to avoid sleeping in earrings, with one exception: when you get a new piercing. You’ll need to keep these small studs in for 6 weeks or longer, or until your piercer gives you the OK.

Can I shower the day I get my bellybutton pierced?

You can shower whenever! My piercer recommends just LITHA and letting warm water run over the piercing in the shower daily. Soap is going to get on it, but make sure you rinse really well after you’re done with all shampoos and soaps!

Can a nerve come out of your nipple piercing?

“[It’s] highly unlikely she cut a nerve,” he tells Men’s Health. Instead, there are a network of nerves located pretty deep underneath the nipple. Chances are, none would ever poke through the skin. At the most, she may have cut a duct or sinus coming from the nipple, says Glatter.

What happens if I accidentally sleep on my piercing?

If you follow the aftercare instructions recommend by your piercer, sleeping in new ear piercings shouldn’t cause any issues. Slight bleeding is considered normal with new piercings, but these symptoms shouldn’t last for more than a few days.