Nipple Piercings and the Jewelry

Standard nipple piercings

A nipple piercing is a body piercing, centered usually at the base of the nipple. It can be pierced at any angle but is usually done horizontally or, less often, vertically. It is also possible to place multiple piercings on top of one another. The perforation of the nipple to apply jewelry has been practiced by various people throughout history, male and female. Why do people get their nipples pierced you ask? Most men and women claim an increase in sensitivity and arousal after having their nipples pierced. As a result there has been a reported increase of men and women requesting this procedure.

While there are not many potential complications some people have noted that they can take up to a year and a half to heal fully. The nipple is typically fleshy enough to pierce securely behind plenty … read more

Will Piercing my Nipples cause problems later?

Many women wonder about this when considering getting nipple piercings. Will piercing my nipples inhibit me to breast feed my children? There are no studies that have proven that nipple piercing will cause any problems. The most important thing that you want to remember is to remove your jewelry when you are feeding the baby. There are a lot of little parts on most jewelry that if they come lose they can cause your child to choke.

The most common side effect to having this done is that milk may leak out of the piercing holes. Some say chose a piece of jewelry that is easily removed so that you can insert it back into the piercing after each