Heart Nipple Piercings Concerns
Heart Nipple piercings can pose some risks to your health. Heart nipple may be more dangerous if you have a medical condition that could make you more susceptible to infection or bleeding.
Longer healing time. It takes longer for nipple tissue to heal than other pierced parts of your body. Yours may take up 6 months to heal.
Breastfeeding and lactation. If you are planning to breastfeed, a heart nipple piercings can cause issues. Your milk ducts could crushed it be blocked by scar tissue or a nipple band. It is possible for milk to not come out of your nipple if you have piercings that cause nerve damage. Your baby may have difficulty latching on to nipple jewelry. A loose nipple band can cause your baby to choke or swallow the ring. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, don’t have your nipple pierced. Wait several months after you stop breastfeeding.
Abscesses. An abscess is more likely to develop if the nipple has been punctured. It’s a painful, pus-filled mass under your nipple or inside your breast. For treatment, you will need to visit a doctor.
Safe Heart Nipple Piercings
You should have your heart nipple done by a professional licensed in a clean studio. Do not pierce your own nipple.
Make sure you have the following:
- The studio is spotless.
- They also do tattoos and piercings in different areas.
- Staff ask you if your pregnancy or breastfeeding status and refuse to pierce if you answer yes.
- The autoclave sterilizes the equipment and rings used for Heart Nipple piercings.
- You can pierce with single-use, sterile needles that are sealed in a sealed packet.
- They do not use piercing guns. They can’t be sterilized properly.
- Before and after each piercing, the staff member cleans their hands.
- While they are piercing you, they wear a pair of disposable latex gloves.
- These instructions will give you specific information on how to care after your nipple has been pierced.