TAT New Piercing and Swimming

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  1. wizeguy4

    wizeguy4 New Member

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    My wife just her nips pierced 6 days ago and is now wondering if she is able to go swimming with them in. I am wondering if anyone here might know. I am not talking about swimming is a dirty fucking swamp but rather in a pool treated with chemicals. She is worried about infection but I was thinking that the chlorine should take care of that.

    anyone.


    oh and might as well add right now that pics do not even exist yet.
     
  2. MichelleLeAnne

    MichelleLeAnne My Bunny's a Carpet Muncher

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    I wouldn't do it yet. If she must make sure she cleans them very good immediately after. You don't want chlorine in an open wound.
     
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    kinda what I though also but was not sure. She has been cleaning it constantly with sea salt and water and was thinking about going swimming cause it is real hot out lately. But they are still super sore (so she says)
     
  4. Changed

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    my brother swims for his school and had his ears pierced about a year ago, and swam every day for ~3 hours a day. His ears healed nicely while mine got infuckted.
     
  5. Poetic

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    Hm, it was 6 days ago. I'd say as long as they're not infected and are healing well right now, it should be fine. Just don't soak the piercing in the water..
     
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    how do you not soak your nipples while you swim? backstroke constantly with your boobs out of the water? :p
     
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    Or swim in the shallow end. :wiggle:
     
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    im just going out on a limb here, but when i swim i put my whole body in the water, i dont think he meant just sitting in a pool, i think he meant actually swimming
     
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    Beach yes, but pool no.
     
  10. Buttons

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    Neither.

    Pools: Chlorine will dry the piercing out. There's still lots of bacteria in a chemically treated pool

    Beachs/Lakes: Do I even have to explain this? Fish shit, people pissing/shitting in the water, various other crap in the water.
     
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    and sand / dirt!! arghhh!! :uh:
     
  12. Amberlk3

    Amberlk3 Made in Germany

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    I wouldnt do it, it will hurt when the chlorine gets in there and it will make it heal much slower
     
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    Oh believe me, it's not just aesthetically pleasing... Damn they get sensitive!
     
  14. everycredit

    everycredit Destroyer of Rice

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    Wait 4 weeks. 2 weeks might be okay, but 4 weeks all the better.

    S. aureus infections in breast tissue suck.
     

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