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How long do they take to heal and how painful are they during that time? Obviously they'll be sore for a while after you get them done but if it takes a while are they constantly sore?
Also, can they be moved around a bit? Like if I'm having sex with my boyfriend can he like play with them with his hands/tongue? Or will it stop them healing?


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How long do they take to heal and how painful are they during that time? Obviously they'll be sore for a while after you get them done but if it takes a while are they constantly sore?
Also, can they be moved around a bit? Like if I'm having sex with my boyfriend can he like play with them with his hands/tongue? Or will it stop them healing?


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A piercer will be able to advise you on healing time. As a general rule though, you shouldn't touch a piercing except to clean it until it is fully healed.


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Just do some googling - loads of info out there. Some bullet points for you, though:

- Nipple piercings commonly take between a year and a year and a half to fully heal, sometimes longer.
- They're likely to be tender for the first week and then get more comfortable; sleeping in a soft bra to prevent them catching on bedding is a good idea, and be careful with towels!
- Don't move/touch them while they're healing unless you're cleaning them.
- In theory this goes for boyfriends too, but I know that's a long time. Try to keep him off them for at least six weeks.

Also the usual; go to a reputable piercer, make sure the barbells you're pierced with are titanium, make sure the gauge of the bar is 14 (1.6mm), and keep a close eye on them as they heal for signs of migration. Follow good aftercare methods, DON'T change the jewellery too soon - it's probably the most common way people balls up the healing of piercings. Wait AT LEAST six months before changing the jewellery, and you should be fine.
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How long do they take to heal and how painful are they during that time? Obviously they'll be sore for a while after you get them done but if it takes a while are they constantly sore?
Also, can they be moved around a bit? Like if I'm having sex with my boyfriend can he like play with them with his hands/tongue? Or will it stop them healing?


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Got mine (only one) done last Sept, didn't hurt that much but throbbed a lot, and was sore for a few days. Hurts like a ***** if you get it caught. Still haven't changed the jewellery cause mine played up a lot (cause it got played with quite a lot pretty soon after I had it done)
It does toughen up though- after a month or so it should be okay to play with gently, and when it's fully healed it can take quite a lot.
With regards to healing I just did saline soaks
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It really varies.

My right one was very painful and took over a year to heal - it still plays up occasionally now and it's 10 years old.

My left was so easy to heal and barely hurt at all.

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I'd really love to get mine done but I keep debating whether or not if it's worth it. If I do decide to take it out one day I don't want there to be any scarring like me some of my other piercings have left
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