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    So I ve had my nipples piecered for about 8 months now and I still haven t switched the rings out yet. I was fiddling with the ball, trying to unscrew it and it won t unscrew! I ve tried both nipples and neither one of the piercings would unscrew. My fingers slipped and I tore the inside of my nipple a little causing it to bleed so it ll be awhile longer until I can change the rings. But how do I get these damn things out!? I m frustrated because I want to change them but they won t unscrew. Also, what s the best soap to use? I ve just been using a gentle cleanser and doing a salt solution soaking but I need to find some different soap or cleaner. Thank you sooo much in advance!
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    (Original post by NatiNichole)
    So I ve had my nipples piecered for about 8 months now and I still haven t switched the rings out yet. I was fiddling with the ball, trying to unscrew it and it won t unscrew! I ve tried both nipples and neither one of the piercings would unscrew. My fingers slipped and I tore the inside of my nipple a little causing it to bleed so it ll be awhile longer until I can change the rings. But how do I get these damn things out!? I m frustrated because I want to change them but they won t unscrew. Also, what s the best soap to use? I ve just been using a gentle cleanser and doing a salt solution soaking but I need to find some different soap or cleaner. Thank you sooo much in advance!
    I hate that! It might be best going to a piercer and asking them to change them, at least the first time. They have tools which they can use to make it easier, and it'll also be from a different angle if someone else does it, so it should be less likely to cause injury. Use a mild and unfragranced soap once healed, and just be careful not to irritate it while it's healing again
 
 
 
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