This sounds like the beginnings of a keloid (raised scar tissue), and this is common with piercings in some people. For this, the best and easiest method is to use what is known as Tea Tree Oil, which can be bought in almost all pharmacies or Wal-Mart. It's an amazing little bottle of liquid that smells strongly like Pine Sol, and when diluted slightly with water, you can apply a good amount to the keloid 2 - 3 times a day with a clean Q-Tip. Don't overuse this solution, or it may do more harm to the piercing.
----That probably isnt a keloid. Its most likely hypertrophic scarring. Keloids can't be removed with TTO but HT scarring can. You can't dilute oil with water. You can use vitamin E oil or bio oil.
when the area around the piercing is really red and looks like it has blisters on it.
A belly piercing is a piercing on the belly button. Where your belly button might go in or out, it is the slight arch you get just above it. it is a piercing through that area. depending on how your belly button is formed. Search google for images.
Usually, this is around a $25.00 - $35.00 piercing in any shop.
Ahhh No. You need to have the piercing for a minimum of a year to be able to walk around with a pierced navel without having jewellery in it.
You need to have a bar or ring in the piercing else it will heal up because a piercing is just like a wound. if theres a bar or ring there then it will heal but around the ring or bar, so you still have the piercing. You don't need a ring, you can have a belly button bar. x
The pain of the belly button piercing should subside after a week.
Piercing your belly bottom has nothing to do with having a child and it does not affect the process.
Depends on your body, how old the piercing is, and what size the piercing is.
I have both my lip and belly button pierced. I had my belly button pierced with a hoop and my lip pierced with a bar/stud. The belly button was more irritating then the lip because a hoop piercing requires the piercer to clamp it shut and fiddle around with a new pierced part instead of just screwing a ball on. I recommend any new piercings to be with a bar/stud as it is quicker and less irritating. Put it this way, I'm going for a 2nd lip piercing and not another belly button piercing ;)
Bill has a setum piercing but there are rumors about a belly button one.
Your belly button piercing hurts more then a normal ear piercing your belly button piercing is more sensitive then a ear. :]
A lip piercing hurts more than a belly button piercing, but neither hurt much at all. Getting your lip feels like you accidentally bit it haha and you can barely feel a belly button piercing.