Nipple Piercings on Bigger Boobs

Nipple Piercings
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There are several things to consider before getting a nipple piercing on your bigger boob. The first thing to keep in mind is that your nipples contain many nerves. The process of piercing them cuts these nerves, but they will grow back again. Also, women should wear a padded bra while wearing their piercings. If they do not, they’ll feel like Satan is holding a lighter over their nipples.

Stretching nipple piercings

Nipple piercings are one of the most popular types of body piercings. They’re also considered intimate piercings, and there are a few things to keep in mind when stretching them. In addition to being very sensitive, nipples tend to stretch easily, and there’s a good chance that yours could become loose and start bleeding. This is why it’s important to wait until the piercing has fully healed before stretching it.

For women with larger boobs, it’s best to opt for barbell nipple piercing jewelry. Barbells are the easiest to heal and tend to be less likely to get caught under clothing. For men, however, barbells may be too large. But whatever type you choose, make sure you follow the instructions provided by your piercer.

PTFE vs bioplast nipple piercings

If you’re considering piercing your bigger boob, you may be wondering what to choose between PTFE and bioplast. Both are hypoallergenic. The two most common culprits of body jewelry allergies are lead and nickel. Because bioplast is non-metallic, there’s no risk of causing an allergic reaction. Bioplast also promotes faster healing. Whether you choose Bioplast or PTFE, the choice is entirely up to you.

PTFE nipple rings are hypoallergenic and nickel and lead-free. Surgical steel is the base metal, which is medical-grade. Both types of nipple rings are flexible and comfortable. Bioplast nipple rings come in different colors and designs. Bioplast is the best choice if you’re looking for something affordable but still looks great.

Healing time

After a nipple piercing, you may notice crusting and slight oozing, but this is to be expected. If you experience these symptoms, you should contact your piercer. If you’re in a relationship, bring your partner with you to the piercing session, so you can both go over expectations before the piercing is completed. The piercer should also warn you not to touch your newly pierced nipples, as hands and mouths often carry germs.

After a nipple piercing, your nipple will bleed for about a week. You will also notice that the area will be crusty and sore. Wear a band-Aid to prevent clothing from adhering to the piercing. During this time, you may also wish to wear a sports bra or crop top to sleep in. Wear breathable bra material if possible.

Scarring from nipple piercings

The most important thing to remember when getting your nipples pierced on a bigger boob is to clean the site thoroughly to minimize leftover moisture. After piercing, you should gently blot the skin to help the hypergranulation problem subside. You can choose between hypertrophic and atrophic scarring. The former type features raised scar tissue and is flesh-toned. The latter scar is recessed and is typically formed on retired piercing sites and is a result of atrophic scar tissue not filling the fistula.

Some types of nipple piercing can interfere with breastfeeding, so make sure you have a professional piercer perform the procedure. Otherwise, you risk having your milk ducts obstructed and a lower milk supply. Also, some jewelry can cause latch difficulties for your baby and can leave scar tissue. Not only will you have to remove your piercing after breastfeeding, you may need to undergo further surgery to remove it later.