SaraEliKirk answered Tuesday August 24 2004, 12:53 am: That happened to my sister, its normal, anytime you pierce something your body is gonna try to heal itself cause it thinks something awful is goin on, so tell your body to settle down, its ok the bump might be there for awhile but hopefully your ear will be too! :*:SaRa:*: [ SaraEliKirk's advice column | Ask SaraEliKirk A Question ]
SwEeTeStSiN7 answered Monday August 23 2004, 7:06 pm: I have my cartilage peirced too! Its normal to have a bump over the hole bc i've had mine for a year and its still there. And its normal to be sore still too because its healing. hope I helped!!
TrumpetChyk92 answered Monday August 23 2004, 2:32 pm: Hey,
Well u most likely have an infection which is very common(80% of people who get their cartalige peirced end up w/ it infected) My older sister got her cartalige pierced twice and both times it got infected. U might want 2 let it close cuz it could get worse
StRwBeRrYShOrTy answered Monday August 23 2004, 1:50 pm: hmm i had my cartilage pierced nd it got infected and i got it repierced but it turns out i cant have my cartialge pierced, sum ppl juts cant it gets infected. just ahve it checke dout and clean your ear with rubbing alcohol and try not 2 touch it that much. hope i helped =) plz rate [ StRwBeRrYShOrTy's advice column | Ask StRwBeRrYShOrTy A Question ]
XXhiGhMaIntEnCe answered Monday August 23 2004, 1:49 pm: I had a bump, its from them piercing it from a gun and not a needle. It's ok, it will go away eventually, mine did. Just keep putting the disinfected stuff they gave you for it! It will be sore for awhile! And when you switch your earring make sure you use the good kind not the cheap jewerly. Like 16 carot or 14 is ok. =) [ XXhiGhMaIntEnCe's advice column | Ask XXhiGhMaIntEnCe A Question ]
lostandconfused answered Monday August 23 2004, 1:41 pm: im thinking the earring!
Sweetie2oo4 answered Monday August 23 2004, 1:26 pm: oh my..don't listen to mystic w/e..lol that is 100% normal..my cartlidge is pierced twice ..they were both sore for a couple of months & also whenever i change them[even now at a yr later] and yes there will be lil bumps around the back of the hole...it may or may not go away..i've had one for 2 yrs and the bump is still there..the place that did the piercing said its perfectly fine..but then again the other one, the bump went away--so0o no need to worry! just clean it & turn it..xO`lexi [ Sweetie2oo4's advice column | Ask Sweetie2oo4 A Question ]
jbdreamer answered Monday August 23 2004, 1:13 pm: Well if you don't have a stud in your ear, the hole is trying to heal. You have to keep your earring in for quite sometime before you can take it out.
Or it could be...
My best friend had her cartilage peirced, and 2 weeks later, the earring was gone, she had assumed it fell out. A day later it was really sore and there was a bump. She went to the doctor and found out the skin had grown over the earring. Her body wouldn't accept the foriegn object. She had to have it sugicaly removed, and she can't have earrings now. So watch out! [ jbdreamer's advice column | Ask jbdreamer A Question ]
cutie_babee answered Monday August 23 2004, 1:11 pm: um it's normal I think but did you like take care of it twist it every now and then and um put alcohol on it everyday...cuz it might be infected and if so you'll need to take it out cuz it can get worst
Karen answered Monday August 23 2004, 1:08 pm: Yep, I got that when I got mine pierced but it went away. It happens when you sleep on that ear. Don't worry, it's normal. Hope I helped :) [ Karen's advice column | Ask Karen A Question ]
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