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    I've just had an implant put in and everything was going fine until I noticed my belly piercing had moved and the flesh holding the bar in is really thin. There was lots of, either, dead skin or that gungy stuff. My friend also knows someone who has just had the implant and her belly piercing is being rejected.

    Is this connected or just a coincidence? Has any one else had similar problems? Also what do I do about my piercing now as I really want a belly piercing
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    (Original post by Jaki_B)
    I've just had an implant put in and everything was going fine until I noticed my belly piercing had moved and the flesh holding the bar in is really thin. There was lots of, either, dead skin or that gungy stuff. My friend also knows someone who has just had the implant and her belly piercing is being rejected.

    Is this connected or just a coincidence? Has any one else had similar problems? Also what do I do about my piercing now as I really want a belly piercing
    It might be an idea to let the piercing heal up and then get it re-pierced at a later point. Talk to your doctor beforehand, though, but they will probably say the same thing.
 
 
 
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