Piercing migration - Wikipedia

Piercing migration is the process that occurs when a body piercing moves from its initial location. This process can be painful or go unnoticed, until it has progressed. Given enough time, a ring may migrate entirely outside of the skin, although it may only migrate a small amount and come to rest.…

Lip Piercing Migration? Yahoo Answers

Feb 04, 2012 · Lip Piercing Migration? I have viper bites [basically snake bites, only really close together]. I've had them for over a year and they're still not fully healed. About three-four months ago, my left ring got REALLY infected and swelled up an insane amount to where I couldn't talk and had to go get antibiotics...…

4 Ways to Keep a Piercing from Rejecting - wikiHow

Aug 11, 2019 · Recognize the signs of migration. If your piercing has shifted from its original site, you may be experiencing migration. Your piercing might have migrated if you notice constant soreness, a loose-hanging piercing, or a larger hole around the piercing. Migration and rejection are connected. Usually, migration is a symptom of rejection.Views: 404K…

Migration Body Piercings Jewelry

Migration may also take place on account of the heaviness of the jewelry. The weight of the jewelry is an important factor that affects the duration of the piercing. It has been observed that a person does not immediately notice the migration of his piercing.…