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    Emily LynneDec 2, 2019 at 11:35 am

    Hi. My daughter has a simple earlobe piercing. She is having a problem of embedded jewelry for more than 2 weeks. It is not hurting but still, I am worried. I have just read at that the embedded jewelry is the sign of infection. Should I try to remove it?
    Kindly guide me


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      Kayla PadillaFeb 5, 2020 at 9:27 am

      Hi, Emily! I just saw this since I don’t get notifications when I get comments on my columns. Be sure she cleans her piercing several times a day, otherwise it will start to get infected. If it is already infected, continue to apply the saline solution everyday, throughout the day; I use H2O piercing aftercare spray. If you feel it is causing too much trouble, you may remove it, but typically if you are persistent, an earlobe piercing should be able to recover from an infection. It’s ultimately up to you and your daughter. This type of piercing is minimal risk so she should be just fine. My email is [email protected] if you have any other piercing questions! I wish you the best.

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      KhrystunaApr 3, 2020 at 4:58 pm

      Do not do it. Khrystyna from Piercee

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    jayaarramOct 15, 2019 at 7:39 am

    Getting your first nose piercing is though especially when you need get your parents approval! Whether one is in high school or currently married with kids, parent’s approval about things means a lot to them. Who does not remember those days when mom would disapprove of a short skirt or a weird looking t-shirt and we were frog marched into our room to change the attire for the day! With piercings and other accessories, it would be the same thing. However, if you are smart, you can convince your parents about piercing. Here are some simple ways to do it.
    Nose piercings – Information and Unique Design: Nose Piercing: How to Convince Your Parents!

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