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Can Piercings Cause Headaches

Can Piercings Cause Headaches

Can Piercings Cause Headaches? While there may be some initial discomfort when getting a piercing, the process is not painful. Pain tolerance varies from person to person, so we cannot guarantee your comfort level. We will do everything possible to ensure your experience is as positive as possible.

What should I bring with me?

You should bring a photo ID and any other forms of legal identification required at our establishment. Please also read through our Age Requirements section to make sure you meet the state minimum age requirements for piercing.

If you are a minor and need parental consent for your piercing, please read about our Parental Consent Policy.

Body piercing is a popular form of body art among many people.

Even though this can be a great way to express yourself, it can also cause some problems if not done properly.

One common risk associated with body piercings is infection. Other risks include allergic reactions, scarring and the formation of granulomas and keloids.

If you’re considering getting a body piercing, it’s important to use a reputable piercer who uses sterile equipment, including sterilized needles and tools that are opened in front of you. You should also make sure that the piercer uses a needle instead of a piercing gun for cartilage piercings, as guns cannot be properly sterilized.

Also, keep in mind that removing your jewelry can lead to infection because the skin will shrink around the piercing. So if you want to take out your jewelry, you should consult your piercer first.

To find the cause of your headache, it is important to get a clear picture of the type of pain you have.

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Is the pain in your head? Or is it more in your face and jaw?

Where exactly is the pain located? Is it on one side or both sides?

What kind of pain do you have? Is it a dull, throbbing pain? Or is it sharp or stabbing?

How long does the pain last? Is it constant or does it come and go?

Does anything make the pain better or worse? Does something trigger the headaches (for example, when you bend over)? Does anything help relieve them (for example, lying down)?