Nipple piercing.

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    Dec 10, 2008 11:43 PM GMT
    Ok, this sound absolutely naif, but I have no idea about it and lately I have been thinking about to do it.I would to know about nipple piercings? Does it hurt? A lot? Best way to do it? Best style (in the hottest scale). Aprecciated all your answers. Other places that u can suggest...
    Ok, esto suena algo ingenuo, pero no tengo idea y ultrimamente he estado pensando acerca de ponerme un piercing en un pezon. ¿Duele mucho? ¿Cuál es mejor modo de hacerlo? ¿Cuál es el mejor estilo (el que se ve más hot!)? Agradezco todos sus comentarios. Alguna sugerencia de otro puntos para hacermelo.

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    Dec 11, 2008 1:28 AM GMT
    Hmmm, I used to like them a lot, now not so much but I think a small ring or a barbell can be kind of hot. As for the pain, I have no idea but I guess that if your nips are sensitive it may hurt like hell. I thought about getting one at some point but my body rejects piercings, I tried the ears a few times and time and again they got infected, even with proper care. You might want to take that into consideration as well, I one time saw a guy with nip piercings but they were infected and it just looked BAD.

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    Dec 11, 2008 3:43 AM GMT
    Second most painful thing i've ever gone through!

    But worth it!
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    Dec 11, 2008 3:46 AM GMT
    I have both of mine pierced. I loved the feeling I got when the needle went through it. Such a turn on. I love my piercings. My nipple are more sensitve than ever now.
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    Dec 11, 2008 3:51 AM GMT
    I've had both of mine pierced. One had 2 rings. Got rid of them because
    they never healed up correctly. According to several piercers I know...
    I'm one of the people that don't take piercings there very well.
    ( I have others and I love em ! ) So...I took em out.
    Sucks cuz before I got em done my nips were pretty sensitive.
    Now you'd have to put an angry croc on em for me to feel anything. icon_cry.gif
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    Dec 11, 2008 5:32 AM GMT
    i got mine done
    it hurt like hell but i love them
    it made them a lot more sensitive

    and the best style in my opinion is the barbells
    the rings just look like door knockers
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    Dec 11, 2008 5:38 AM GMT
    Blackstar saidI've had both of mine pierced. One had 2 rings. Got rid of them because
    they never healed up correctly. According to several piercers I know...
    I'm one of the people that don't take piercings there very well.
    ( I have others and I love em ! ) So...I took em out.
    Sucks cuz before I got em done my nips were pretty sensitive.
    Now you'd have to put an angry croc on em for me to feel anything. icon_cry.gif


    Yep yep. It turns out I have an allergy to the nickel found in most body jewelery. It took two times on the nipples and an industrial to figure this out though.

    Also, some peoples bodies just can't handle healing piercings. Unless you've been able to heal up other body piercings I'd be leery of getting these done as your first one. Maybe do something like your ears first to test the waters.

    Aside from that... your questions:

    1) Do a quick Google search. About.com has some good articles about body piercings, and there are TONS of resources out there just a few clicks away.

    2) Yes. It hurts. A lot. Don't expect to be up and running around for a few hours after getting them done. You're basically paying to have someone slice a hole in your body, and then fill it up with a foreign object.

    3) The best way to do it? Go to a piercing/tattoo shop. Talk to the piercer. Check out where they do their work, and make sure they're very sanitary. Nipple infections suck.

    4) The best style is up to you. You have three choices of jewelry when you get it done.

    The first is a CBR or captive bead ring. These are the full circle rings with one ball at the bottom. The ball is held there with tension from the ring.

    The second is a horseshoe ring. This is the 3/4 ring with a gap and two balls screwed onto the ends of the ring.

    The third, and what my friends tell me is the easiest and fastest to heal, is a barbell. Just like in the gym, its a bar with two ends. They have two balls on the end to keep it from coming out. The benefit from this is that it's much harder to have them bumped around, so the new skin trying to form around the jewelry has an easier time forming.

    They usually take anywhere from six months to a year to heal enough to change the jewelry, and usually another six months to another year after that until they're totally healed up. They're an investment, trust, and they usually don't come cheap either (I paid &35 for my first nipple, the second time I dropped $60 to get them both done.
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    Dec 11, 2008 5:42 AM GMT
    I have both my nips and my scrotum pierced and I love them all. The healing of the nipples was worse than the actual piercing and they didn't take too long to heal. I was turned on for almost 2 months while they healed.
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    Dec 11, 2008 6:40 PM GMT
    Go for it. I've had mine for ten years. Just trust that you know and go to a good piercer.
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    Dec 11, 2008 6:43 PM GMT
    I'd do it except I'm a HUGE klutz and would probably end up ripping them out on my own!!!!
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    Dec 11, 2008 6:47 PM GMT
    They hurt like hell, but are worth it! And I agree with Jomach- I love the barbells! They are so much better than rings icon_twisted.gif
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    Dec 11, 2008 7:08 PM GMT
    They look like Restoration Hardware towel bars..icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Dec 11, 2008 7:26 PM GMT
    They don't hurt that bad tho they take a long time to heal and get a little pussy for the first 3-4 months but just wash your nipps with some salt water in shot glass they will heal up. Also watch out when using a loofa's, towel's & sleeping shirtless (might get caught on shit) just use common sense and remember there there I forgot while I was taking a shower and got my loofa caught on them so I got a friendly reminder , also pat down with a towel don't wipe lol that stings tooicon_eek.gif
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    Dec 18, 2008 7:15 AM GMT
    LOve nipple piercings and highly recommed them.
    My nipple got way more sensitive (know how a woman feels)
    especially while healing. I had mine streched a few times and went all the way down to 2 ga. Stretching to the 4 ga hurt like hell and made my eyes water and almost ready to tell the piercer that I changed my mind but he was done. I said that was it. The piercer said he had heard that before. About 2 years later I did the 2 ga. That was too big as I run a lot and the weight of the piecing ripped my nipple some. So back to the 4 which is still the biggest I have ever seen by a long shot. Now I am going to start on the other side. Love to have it played with during sex - it is such a fuckin hot turn on.
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    Dec 18, 2008 7:23 AM GMT
    I have had both of mine for two years... it was the most painful of everything I have had done (ears and tattoos...a surgery, etc.). However, I love them and would rather have them than not.

    Heed what others say about loofas and towels (it has happened to both myself and my best friend - we had them done together).

    One of mine is still bitchy, even after two years, but it just needs more attention than the other. (Also, I sleep on that side).

    I consider them as pets - they need care, but are worth the joy. I thought about getting them for years and then just did it - spur of the moment. So if your thinking is brand new, give it some time. If it is an old thought, just do it.
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    Dec 18, 2008 8:38 AM GMT
    I would agree with the others about the fact that even though the nipple peircing was the most painfull peircing that I have ever had...it seemed to excentuate the sensitivity of the nipple itself, so I would say go for iticon_wink.gif
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    Dec 18, 2008 9:01 AM GMT
    If this is the most painful thing you guys have ever done we seriously need to talk. Embracing your pain is a way to unlock the potential of your soul.

    As for piercing, just make certain that you go to a reputable piercer.
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    Jan 02, 2009 12:33 AM GMT
    does having it done effect the size of the nipple after it heals? any lasting effect?
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    Jan 02, 2009 12:47 AM GMT
    Most painful is an understatement, but the pleasure it has brought me has been worth ten times that. wouldn't trade it for anything.
    i get the most compliments on the barbells, and not too big, your nipple is gonna get bigger anyway
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    Jan 02, 2009 4:08 PM GMT
    I've had my nipple and navel piercings for about 12 years now, and I still love them, and have no plans to ever remove them. I still wear all the original rings. None of my piercings hurt, and I have no tolerance for pain.
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    Sep 08, 2010 7:45 AM GMT
    you don't need that cuz you're hot anyway,,,
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    Sep 08, 2010 9:49 AM GMT
    therightone saidOk, this sound absolutely naif, but I have no idea about it and lately I have been thinking about to do it.I would to know about nipple piercings? Does it hurt? A lot? Best way to do it? Best style (in the hottest scale). Aprecciated all your answers. Other places that u can suggest...
    Ok, esto suena algo ingenuo, pero no tengo idea y ultrimamente he estado pensando acerca de ponerme un piercing en un pezon. ¿Duele mucho? ¿Cuál es mejor modo de hacerlo? ¿Cuál es el mejor estilo (el que se ve más hot!)? Agradezco todos sus comentarios. Alguna sugerencia de otro puntos para hacermelo.

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    It is like a VERY hard pinch...it is more uncomfortable than hurt for me.
    It takes a long time to heal - 9 months or so.

    I have bars through my nipples...not the ring.