Are you ready to get your Nipple Piercing in Sacramento
Pros: Nipple Piercing (s) look awesome and seeing my body without them in makes me feel like a part of me is missing. They’re fun to play with. They make my nipples feel good. I am not bored with them. A nipple piercing not only looks great, but it can also increase sensitivity in the nipple as it is frequently stimulated by the piercing. A nipple piercing can also increase the size of a small nipple and prevent it from becoming inverted. This can be useful for breastfeeding, which is not hindered by a nipple piercing in any way.
Cons: They take a long time to heal, and one of mine is kind of hard to get in and out even after all this time. Sometimes the ball bearings roll down the shower drain. They require more maintenance/cleaning than a belly button piercing, and much more than ears. You have to take them out if you’re nursing, and they will heal up in that time (A friend of mine told me that the holes left behind made nursing easier for her, so…hidden pro?) Nipple piercings can be somewhat painful and can take up to a year to completely heal. They require a strict cleaning routine to prevent infection and are therefore a big commitment. If the piercing is not properly cared for infections may occur, which can be serious, especially for breastfeeding mothers.
Pros or Cons (depending on you): It hurts, but it’s a good kind of pain. You don’t have to be a masochist to appreciate it. I seek out novel experiences, sometimes in spite of but not ever because of how painful they are. It’s an informative kind of pain, and I’m glad to have it in my collection of feelings that I’ve had. But if you’re super pain-averse, then the pain is probably a con for you.
You have to leave them in pretty much all the time, which means that going without a bra means everyone knows about them. You’ll be thinking about them every time you go through airport security (and so will the person looking at the body scanner data for a brief moment).