Is it normal to lose taste on the tip of your tongue after a piercing and is this permanent?
Losing Taste After a Piercing I Think You Should Visit A Piercer Or Ask A Doctor About That, Ive Never Herd Of It Doing That. New Answer Headline I just got my tongue done about 5 days ago, and for a bit you might notice some loss of taste on the tip of the tongue. Ive got a bit of that right now too. give it time. maybe about 2 or 3 weeks and it should go back to normal. worse comes to worse, see a doctor about it.
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No way that's nerve damage for your own sake get it removed immediately. Get to the doctor now . I am one. _________ One thing the "doctor" didn't think of is trauma. Sometime…s, your brain will block pain completely by making a certain area of your body numb. I would wait a day or two but if feeling does not come back I would remove the piercing and then wait another day or two and if still no feeling then you need to see a doctor.
\n. \n Permanent Lisp from Piercing? \n. \n. \nno it can heal. Answer . A person tends to adjust when they add objects or take objects away from the mouth. Unless …you loose use of, or loose an organ such as your tongue or voice box or any other necessary organ for speech, you will learn to speak with the obstruction.
Why does my tongue have a big red mark at the tip is that normal I got my tongue pierced 2 days ago?
Well you may want to have a chat with your piercer and ask that is up, that doesn't sound right to me.
yh don't worry about it i got ym tongue pierced about a month ago and the first 10 days i had puss coming out but don't worry because when you get your downsize it stops. k. …________________________________ i got mine done todayy and it didnt hurt. but now it does. but it didnt puss. but ayee. i just got it pierced like 2 or 3 hours agooo. (:
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Well generally with the post piercing swelling, it's hard to tell what is considered normal. In a standard center line tongue piercing, placed approx 3/4" back from the tip of… the tongue normal even swelling is to be expected. In the center line piercing you are only piercing connective tissue that joins the right and left sides of the tongue. So the possibility of nerve damage is fairly low (note I am not saying "no risk", there is always a risk when piercing the tongue, but I am talking about a professionally performed piercing) If you have any other form of tongue piercing then the risk becomes even higher, so numbness and possible permanent damage is a real ever present risk. The tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body and a very important one at that, so serious thought needs to be put into getting a piercing before actually getting it done to ensure you are making a good decision. Once it's pierced, there is no way to repair the damage done to it, it's a one shot deal and there is no turning back.
Once the swelling goes down ( about two weeks ) you should be able to talk fairly well. I would recommend getting the step down barbell once the swelling has eased, this will …prevent you from biting down on the barbell and doing any dental damage.
A lot of the cells that detect taste will die, when you get older. And the regeneration of those cells also becomes less high
the sweet taste buds
"Stupid", it's a stupid piercing and I will explain why. Experienced Professional body piercers will not pierce the tip of the tongue for many reasons all of them safety or he…alth related. If a piercer is going to do that for you, they are not "professional" however they are irresponsible and you should question there ethics and other practices like sterilization and disinfection closely. The tongue is two muscle complexes joined in the middle by connective tissue to form the tongue. The pain receptors are around the outside edge of the tongue to protect it from being bitten. Piercing the tip of the tongue will provoke heavy swelling and extreme pain and also lead to assured dental and gum damage which is irreversible without surgical or reconstructive dental intervention. You need to use common sense when considering body piercings and don't get sucked into things you see on the Internet. What you think you see is not always real, for years the industry has been plagued by photo op piercings, these are staged piercings that are offered for the viewers amusement and are not physically practical or possible with any level of safety.
Yes. You've just had a big hole punched through it! the good new is that tonuges heal very quickly.
It is normal but if it is particularly painful or has pus coming out of it then you should see a doctor. You should also see a doctor if it doesn't go away.
It could just be from the way the piercer handled it or the clamps.
No it is not normal for the tip of the tongue or any part of the tongue to hurt. If it does hurt you should see your doctor or dentist right away. Most doctors will fit you in…to their appointment schedule right away or you could go to an urgent care facility. Your tongue is a critical muscle in your mouth with an important job to do so don't blow off getting care for this pain and getting a proper diagnosis. It could be a simple injury or some odd problem so get it checked out ASAP. The tongue can spread infection to the blood circulation so you can see why it is so important.