Oct 1, 2015 ... Of the wide range of body modifications and piercings, cartilage ... you may be
wondering what to expect when you get a cartilage piercing. .... That's a huge
difference, and there's not a lot you can do beyond ... From personal experience, I
can tell you that sleeping on your freshly pierced cartilage hurts.
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Jun 13, 2011 ... Didn't hurt. Ik I got it done with a ... Getting it pier... ... Getting my cartilage pierced
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It depends on which part of the cartilage you're piercing. Assuming you're
referring to ear ... are places to get your cartilage pierced? Does piercing
cartilage hurt more than having your earlobes pierced? How does the healing
Mar 9, 2016 ... Everyone else has answered your question, but I wanted to add to it. If you're not
already aware, do not get your cartilage pierced with a gun.
Apr 22, 2015 ... How long does the pain last? It is normal for your ear to hurt immediately after
getting a cartilage piercing, pain that commonly lasts for two ...
cough* I'm also going to get a cartilage piercing.. how bad does that one hurt on
a ... A slight bump or snagged on your hair could hurt and if you sleep on it, it'll ...
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I'm thinking about going to Piercing Pagoda on saturday to get my cartilage
pierced? I'm a big .... Does it hurt a lot to use it to pierce your cartilage? 4
Jul 28, 2016 ... Yesterday I finally broke through and got a cartilage piercing, and I thought you
might ... Maybe it will hurt for a long time afterward. 2. ... For one thing, when the
kids are no longer in a stroller, how do you carry all your STUFF?
It does hurt more than just the lobes, but (to answer a common question ... I don't
remember if the act of piercing hurt more (I did get it done with a ... The gun's
explosive force doesn't do the cartilage in your ears any favours, ...
This will hurt. If you wish to avoid pain, do not put a large hollow needle through
any ... site if you make a mistake and wish to avoid mangling your cartilage or
inviting infection with a larger wound on your ear.