TAT More Lobe Problems

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  1. MonkMonk

    MonkMonk New Member

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    My left lobe was stretched from a 12 to an 8 about a week ago. It has not healed and has recently started bleeding and letting off more blood. I can EASILY slip the 8 gauge through. almost too easily. what should I do about it? it is almost slipping in and out, praise the O rings are not letting them.
     
  2. WheresMyBeer

    WheresMyBeer Drag and Destroy

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    Take that shit out bro, you blew out your ear. Clean it, and go back to a 12, then let it heal. And next time you stretch it, don't skip sizes.
     
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    Are you cleaning it correctly? i suggest not touching or turning the earring. Give it a day or two of healing if that doesnt work I would suggest taking it out and letting it heal :o
     
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    I am giving it another day or two for the swelling to go down. if not I will go to a 10.
     
  5. MonkMonk

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    just a little update, after I took out the plug, about 4 days ago, I cleaned out the whole thing, it seemed to "drain" puss and blood. Stuck the plug back in later that night and it has been healing up nice :big grin:
    plan on stretching maybe in about 2 weeks.
     
  6. Chewbs

    Chewbs Swollen Member

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    don't skip sizes next time
     
  7. Buttons

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    give it a month.:rolleyes: why damage your ear again? it needs time to heal from the trauma you already caused it.
     
  8. MonkMonk

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    wasn't planning on it

    okay :dunno: I always heard 2 weeks was fine, but I can wait a month.
     
  9. the real banjo

    the real banjo OT Supporter

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    don't listen to your friends
     
  10. Buttons

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    Longer is always better. If it was torn your body will need time to absorb some of the scar tissue that will be there.
     
  11. charel

    charel : explorer

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    patience.

    also wtf do people always fuck up on the first few stretches?

    it's not hard to do it right.
     
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    Yeah, I think I would listen to a guy whos been a piercer over my idiotic teenage friends...
     
  13. MonkMonk

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    that's why I made a thread on OT :hsugh:
     
  14. Cherryfire

    Cherryfire "If we believe obsurdities, we shall commit atroci

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    Ouch. Waiting 4-6 weeks between stretchings is pretty standard and a safe way to ensure that your earlobe can rebuild the collagen back so that you have a more comfortable and less traumatic stretching experience. When you blow your lobes like that, youre developing scar tissue which could make future stretches more difficult.
     

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