Infected Naval Piercing Removal that lead to scarring (Reasons and solution)

Sat 10 Nov, 2012 08:05 pm
Removing an infected naval piercing is strongly discouraged. The skin tissue is being infected and therefore not being able to close up properly that forms a dead skin tissue that leads to scarring. The only way is to repierce the same hole. You have to wait for 2-3 months for the inner skin tissue to form back before repiercing. By repiercing, you are removing the dead skin tissue. Allow it to heal completely before removing. Ensure there is no more puss, discharge or infection. It would take 3-4 months for it to heal. It depends on individual, some may take up to 6 months. Do note that if it is not given enough time to heal, scarring may still occur and it is not advisable to pierce more than twice. Therefore the healing process is key, allow it to heal to the stage where there is no discharge and difficulty removing and putting the stud back. Good luck.

Dr Caanolyn
Body Piercer USA California
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Sat 10 Nov, 2012 09:25 pm
Infected naval piercings should only be dealt with by a qualified Naval Doctor. Yes, advicewords, they have specialists for everything nowadays.
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Sun 11 Nov, 2012 12:22 am
If you are truly the expert that you claim to be, perhaps you'd have learned how to properly spell NAVEL? Otherwise, someone might think your were an umbilical, right?
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