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    I've had ears twice - first holes were stretched to 18mm but I retired them, nose, tongue, belly button, monroe (beauty spot) and cl1toral hood.

    Out of all of them I only have my tongue and cl1t one left. My ears are probably at about 3mm after being stretched. I haven't ruled out re-stretching them down the track.
    Nose probably hurt the most. Monroe sucked because of the swelling for the next week and a half.
    I really want a medusa done but don't want to go through the fat-lip stage

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    I've had tongue, snake bites, nose, industrial x2, tragus, plugs, conch, nipples and belly button, second lobes, for me conch was awful but the piercer got half way through and thought she was done so had to push it all the way through.

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    I don't even know what half of these are! I had ears, tongue and nipples. Ears were the most painful but I honestly believe it's because I was younger and hasn't learnt to deal with pain.

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    Ears, lip, nose, eyebrow, tongue, belly button.


    Dont have any of them anymore.

    Id love my septum done but im scared of the pain.

    I dont remember any of my piercings hurting actually. My adrenaline was huge at the time and then it was over before i knew it had begun.

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    Well I have decided to bite the bullet, next weekend we head to our nearest city for the weekend (we live in a very tiny town) and I have made a appointment at the piercing place to get a medusa and DH has decided to join me and get a industrial piercing

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