As I said in the last post, nipple piercings are great all around body piercings. (Note: this is “part 2”– see previous post for more general info.) True to the old piercing adage, “If It Protrudes, Pierce It,” they stick out, are conveniently located for admiration and play, enhance sensuality and sensation–what’s not to like? But:
- Nipples are slow and fussy healers. They take a long time to heal, and are prone to flare ups and crusties,even years after being pierced.
Nipples, navels, and cartilage piercings are probably the ones that take longest to heal. Out of these, nipple piercings seem to be the ones that really act up for the longest time. Nipples are constantly changing shape; swelling, erecting, and relaxing with changes in temperature and arousal. This puts stress on a fresh wound with a foreign object in it. Nipples reflect what is going on in the…
View original post 1,282 more words