TAT rejecting?

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    russd10089 New Member

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    I have a question on rejecting piercings.

    I got my dydoes done about 3 weeks ago, and when i got it done my piercer said that around the edges of the holes would be bruised looking, but don't worry unless the bruise connects. Well, i'm pretty sure that it looks bruised all the way across. Should i be worried? (i know i should go see my piercer, and i will, just don't have time right now)
     
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    hard to say without seeing it :hs:
     
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    ok, i'll get a pic up later
     
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    could be a couple things.. . first those barbells look a little small, guage wise, could be just kinda a build up of shit under there thats not getting out.. do some hot sea salt soaks and see if that helps

    does it hurt at all?
     
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    doesn't hurt at all. not even while cleaning.

    My piercer said it'd be better to pierce with a 16g instead of 14g, cause it's less likely to reject.

    Will do on the sea salts.
    Thanks
     
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    i dont know about that. i wouldnt have done them any smaller than 14g, preferably at least 12g.
     
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    I'm definately gonna move up once i can change the jewelry, but yeah, i'd never heard that either.
     

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