Lucywilloww
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I got my ears pierced at the start of the summer and everything has been fine until now. My right ear is completely fine and I feel I could confidently take it out but my left ear is different. I have a cut just behind the back of my earring. I think that maybe I had a piece of hair stuck in my ear that sliced my lobe but other than that I don’t know. I’ve decided to just leave it alone and wash it with the Claire’s sanitiser I was given until it heals. By the way I’m certain my ear is not infected it’s just a cut. Is this the right thing to do??
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I’d say just let it heal before you take it out. You don’t want to be constantly touching and irritating it. Make sure your hands are clean before touching it and monitor it in case.
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Keep doing as you are until it heals up. If in a few weeks it's not healing have a piercer (at a proper piercing shop - not Claire's!) take a look.
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Claire’s is the worst for piercing. My kids paid for me to have my ears pierced for graduation and we went to a tattoo shop locally with a good reputation.
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