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    So it's been over a year now of my nose piercing and I was wondering whether I can change it now to a nose stud/ring ????
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    Yes, that should be fine. Make sure your new jewellery is from a reputable place and is clean before you insert it. If you need help, going back to your original piercer (or any piercer will be happy to advise) and they can give jewellery recommendations. Most charge to change jewellery for you for around £5 plus the jewellery cost, but it can be worth paying for the first change as it can be tricky. If you do decide to change it yourself, make sure the jewellery is the same thickness, and change it quickly as nose piercings tend to close up easily.
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    I would be very cautious about making sure the new nose stud/ring is the same size. I once tried to change from a very small one to a thick one and I got the thick one stuck half way for ages. Painful!


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    ofc you can iv got 3 in my nose
    one on each side and one in the middle (septum)
 
 
 
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