Nose piercings are the second most common piercings in the world. People get nose piercings as an expression of their identity, a religious ritual or like in some cultures, a medical practice. It doesn't matter the reason, most people are clueless on what to expect after a nose piercing.
Not all the piercings you do to your body will be accepted immediately. In piercings, the body is more likely to reject those done in the navel area. When you have a belly button piercing rejection going on it will show through in painful and sometimes gross ways.
Body art is one of the ways a person can express themselves. It serves as an avenue for people to show their uniqueness and their identity. With so many different types of belly button piercings they are considered one of the most prominent forms of body art. They are flexible and usually safe to get when done professionally. However, nobody likes an infected belly button piercing.
This is one of the common questions that piercers will get years after they have pierced someone’s belly button: can I keep my belly button ring during pregnancy? The answer isn’t always going to be the same for every single person. In general, it really depends on how you carry your baby, how many babies you are having, and whether you are willing to try out different types of jewelry.
Some people immediately get grossed out by all the different types of tongue piercings. They don’t like the thought of something running through their tongues or the thought of a needle puncturing their tongues. However, for the people who enjoy the adrenaline of getting a piercing, it can be a lot of fun, and some pain, to get a horizontal tongue piercing.