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    I didn't take my tragus out until a few months ago, and I got it done in 06. It was cross threaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRR1006 View Post
    I had to have all mine taken out for my csec (even my tongue wtf) but apart from that i never take them out.
    You have to take your tongue out in case something goes wrong and they need to intubate you, a tongue ring would get in the way.

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    I never took my eyebrow ring out, but it grew out. Twice. After the second attempt and it growing out, I didn't bother again. My body obviously didn't like it and rejected it quite quickly. It grew out on its own after less than 2 years. The second one grew out within months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I never took my eyebrow ring out, but it grew out. Twice. After the second attempt and it growing out, I didn't bother again. My body obviously didn't like it and rejected it quite quickly. It grew out on its own after less than 2 years. The second one grew out within months.
    My DH had that problem too. I however had it grow out slightly years ago then it just stopped. I've heard eyebrows are notorious for rejecting and growing out.

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    I've never once taken out my 5 earrings in the 7 years I've had them. I used to have my eyebrow pierced but it started growing out so I took it out. Have an annoying scar now.

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    Nope. Over the last 10 years Ive had a few but completely taken them all out other then my ears but I rarely even wear earrings in them.

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    I hardly take my earings out. I only do to clean them prop. I use to have a bazillion Pericings in some unmentionable places to, they were cool lol


 

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