i had my nose pierced 3 days ago and near the sight my nose feels numb as if ive been to the...
dentist, is this due to the trauma of having my nose pierced or nerve damage?
This sounds like it might be nerve damage, but you should really go see a doctor to confirm or disprove what's happening to you as only a medical professional could determine that.
It is very normal when you pierce your nose or ears but gradually it becomes normal you apply turmeric burnt with puree ghee with an ear bud 3 to 4 times a day and you will see it has become normal by itself.
by rifa 6 years ago
My nose has been pierced 4 5 mnths and it still hasn't healed, what should I do?Igot my nose pierced about 5 mnths ago with a gun. The stud was on too tight so i went back 2...the piecer to have it changed. He changed it but didn't put the back on and it kept coming out..This lasted for about 5...
by ndivenuti 8 years ago
i got my nose pierced 2 days ago i woke up this morning and didnt see my piercing later to find...out it went through my skin under my nose what does that mean?
by amurphy03 9 years ago
ive had my nose pierced for the 2nd time about 4months ago, the first time i had no...problems,well this time ive got a little like small bubble bump right next to my piercing, what is it and how can i get rid of it?
by bee2 9 years ago
hey...so i got my belly pierced 4 days ago and the third day was really hell. i cried so much....ive done the alcohol, triple antibiotic ointment, sea salt soaks, and im wonderin if anything else can take away the pain, cuz i have to start my college soccer workouts monday and i cant run or giggle...
by sassychic 10 years ago
hey guys Im trying to decide what to pierce whether the naval or the nose, which one do you guys is the best option for me? hmmm. . . .Im interested to hear what you guys think, especially if you have one or the other!
by princesa506 9 years ago
i pierced my nose but my nose ring came up a little so only the bottom thin tissue closed up,is it okay to leave my nose stud not being all the way in?
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