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    Firstly... Hey, i'm Zoe & i'm 18

    I stretched my ear from a 6mm to a 8mm the other night, & woke up two days ago with the "band"? lodged in my ear... so it was basically a 10mm.

    Hurt like a complete ***** & swelled like one too. Swelling has gone down a bit now, but it still really hurts & bleeds (gross, i know)

    Has anyone had this before?

    I don't wanna read comments about how disgusting ear stretching is, etc.

    Thanks
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    Only Buddha can pull this off not us lot over here trying to make a trend out of it.
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    You may have a fair point, but this does not help my current circumstance!
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    (Original post by slightdyke)
    Firstly... Hey, i'm Zoe & i'm 18

    I stretched my ear from a 6mm to a 8mm the other night, & woke up two days ago with the "band"? lodged in my ear... so it was basically a 10mm.

    Hurt like a complete ***** & swelled like one too. Swelling has gone down a bit now, but it still really hurts & bleeds (gross, i know)

    Has anyone had this before?

    I don't wanna read comments about how disgusting ear stretching is, etc.

    Thanks
    I used to have stretched ears (got them to 10mm) mine used to bleed and swell loads for a day or two then scabbed over and were fine until i stretched them more, just put some sudocrem/savlon/germoline or any other kind of cream on them before you go to bed and they should be ok! It's what i used to do..
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    Awh yay, thanks
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    (Original post by slightdyke)
    Firstly... Hey, i'm Zoe & i'm 18

    I stretched my ear from a 6mm to a 8mm the other night, & woke up two days ago with the "band"? lodged in my ear... so it was basically a 10mm.

    Hurt like a complete ***** & swelled like one too. Swelling has gone down a bit now, but it still really hurts & bleeds (gross, i know)

    Has anyone had this before?

    I don't wanna read comments about how disgusting ear stretching is, etc.

    Thanks
    I put liquid TCP on mine as I find that creams tend to go all skanky and make it even worse, whereas TCP just gets rid of all the gunk/blood at the same time as cleaning it it should go down and heal up in a few days Good luck!!
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    Woop, thank you lovely
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    Why would anyone do this to themselves? This has puzzled me for ages. You get a buzz from seeing a gaping hole in your ear, that could easily be infected?
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    (Original post by uktotalgamer)
    Why would anyone do this to themselves? This has puzzled me for ages. You get a buzz from seeing a gaping hole in your ear, that could easily be infected?

    "I don't wanna read comments about how disgusting ear stretching is, etc."
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    (Original post by katie.g)
    "I don't wanna read comments about how disgusting ear stretching is, etc."
    My comment was not about how disgusting ear stretching is. It was merely a question.
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    Because different people like different things, why do you like playing computer games? I cant see why anyone would want to play on them for hours on end, seems like a waste of time... But I guess we're all different and we all like different things hey?
 
 
 
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