TAT ear piercing

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  1. dbhakta

    dbhakta New Member

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    I got my earlobe pierced about a month or two ago. I kept cleaning it for about a month and a half. After I stopped it has started to swell. What is the problem and how do i make it go away
     
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    Phantom Empress mmmmmm tasty!!!

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    clean it. Anti bac soap, never touch it unless you are cleanning it and by thatyou hands should be cleaned well prior. Sea salt it twice daily.
     
  3. Buttons

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    Waht type of piercing? it's possible the jewellery is restricting the piercing site.
     
  4. dbhakta

    dbhakta New Member

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    it is just an earring...14k gold i think is what the post is made of...what do you mean by sea salting it
     
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    So it's crap. Go find a stainless steel ring or stud and put that in for now. The stud you have is probably too tight and is restricting blood flow and lymph drainage causing your ear to be swell and get irritated.

    Sea salt soaks are making a mixture of water and sea salt (it tastes like tears) and soaking your piercing in it.
     
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    dbhakta New Member

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    it isn't too tight...i have it at the back right at the safety notch and i am able to push the stud up and down
     
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    is this an earlobe piercing? You should still switch it to higher quality jewellery.
     

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