I have just had a nape piercing and a scafold piercing. I think they are both rejecting is...
there nayway i can stp this from happening as i dnt want totake both of them out?
You should ask the person who pierced you, but in my experience, piercings that are well taken care of are rarely or almost never rejected, though of course it's possible. Use some neosporin or something and keep the area clean, and DON'T mess with it.
I use Diaseptyl, it is really good to prevent infections, you might also want to put titanium piercings, it could help.
nape piercings have a really high rejection rate. There's not a lot you can do if it is going to reject. The best thing to do, if it does reject, is to take the piercing out, let it heal fully and try re-piercing at a later time (although it may just reject again).
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