Is the black and blue around my new hip piercing normal?
i did my hip piercing 5 days ago it has a black and blue around it but it doesnt hurt at all is that black and blue normal?
Hmm. It could be bruising of the skin, perhaps a mild infection. I wouldn't be too worried about it. I suggest cleaning it gently, definitely, and going back to your piercer and asking their opinion.
That's a very sensitive area and like a belly button piercing, it rubs up against clothes and attracts dirt, oil, etc. Don't play with it.
It is normal, its a surface piercing.
The shop you went to should have told you what to expect.
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