The lingual veins begin on the dorsum, sides, and under surface of the tongue,
and, passing backward along the course of the lingual artery, end in the internal ...
Locate the large veins on the bottom of your tongue. Two significant veins run
alongside the bottom of your tongue, either of which--if pierced--will bleed ...
Apr 17, 2014 ... The tongue is a muscle and has a very large blood supply to it. Can you see the
veins that run down either side of your tongue? The veins tend ...
May 4, 2010 ... jd, south coast, 4/5/2010 7:44 I don't agree with your comment at all. ... Speaking
to people inside, its usually a tongue piercing that nicks a vein.
I mean it's not just if you hit a vein that's the problem, if you trap a vein you could
end up killing half your tongue because it can't get enough ...
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Mar 11, 2012 ... ... i thought i pierced a vein when i did my tongue and that was so fucking scary!
... your so frickin cute wow i love the facial expressions haha.
If you have a third vein in your tongue, you can't be pierced" ... to do this, if there
were, you could pinch your ear or tongue and you would pass out or collapse.
Jun 16, 2015 ... You may not be able to get venoms (a piercing either side) if your veins are
running down the sides of the tongue. Your piercer can assess ...
Aug 30, 2007 ... The myth, as it turns out, is only partially rooted in reality; there is an arterial vein
in your tongue which, if nicked, can cause excessive bleeding.
When you first get your initial piercing the metal must be surgical stainless steel.
The body rejects ... Well for one thing, everyone has veins through their tongue.