I've had my tongue ring for over 4 weeks, I have to take it out for work. Will it get infected?
I recently changed my tongue ring also and noticed slight discomfort any opinions on what I should do?
I've had few piercings, however, never dealt with any discomfort. It shouldn't get infected one of the common signs of infection is discomfort due to irritation or green discharge its probably best to go see a doctor or go back to the shop to get a defiant answer on if its infected and what to do if it is. Good luck!
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