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Daith Piercing For Headaches

After a great deal of research and piercing experience with clients coming to me specifically for this piercing to relieve their headaches/migraines,  I thought it was time to do a blog.  I've kept track of my clients to see how they've made out with it regarding healing and whether or not it reduce or eliminated their headaches.  This blog is based on follow up research on approx 100 clients as well as my own personal experience since I also used it for headaches.  This blog is also intended to help you with choosing the right jewelry to get the max benefits.  ...

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Nipple Piercings

This piercing can take a few months to heal.  The length of time depends on a few things.  Sleeping on it or changing your barbell too soon will slow it down considerably.  Once you stop seeing “crusties” and discharge gathering around your piercing for a few days in a row it is usually considered healed but if you find that changing the jewelry hurts it probably still needs a few more weeks.  The following instructions apply until the piercing is healed. One of the most common concerns is infection and it should be.  You need to keep it clean!  Twice...

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Cartilage Piercings

Cartilage piercings include any place on the body that contains cartilage tissue.  So nose, helix, snug, rook, conch, forward helix, industrial, tragus, daith etc These piercings usually hurt more than soft tissue piercings during and after the piercing.  You can expect them to swell and be quite tender for a week after the piercing.  You can help relieve some of the swelling and pain by taking a damp cloth, put it in a plastic sandwich bag and throw it in your freezer till it's good and cold.  Apply it as long as possible for as many times as possible.  There's...

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What to do about those bumps!

The most common bumps you can get from piercings look like these. Causes   There are several things that can cause these annoying little things.  Poor fitting jewelry, playing with your piercing too much, giving it a good pull etc. So how to fix it.  In my experience there is only one way to deal with this problem and that is with wet heat. So take a wet hot cloth, as hot as you can stand it and apply it to the area.  Leave it on until it cools.  Then follow it up with some sea salts to dry it...

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Female genital piercings

Vertical Clitoral Hood (VCH)    This piercing should be done with a straight or curved 14 gauge barbell.  You can ask for a hoop but your chances of ripping your hood increase.  Anything thinner than 14 gauge is not acceptable as it will act like a razor likely ripping your tissue during healing.  Once it's healed you can use 16 gauge as well but don't go any thinner.  The top ball of the barbell should be at the very top of your hood.  Because of this, your piercer needs to go deep into your hood so they should be using...

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