A DEEP LOOK ON PREGNANCY BELLY BUTTON RINGS
Pregnancy Belly button rings are piercings on the naval. Women get these things when they are young and when they get pregnant and the volume of abdomen starts to increase. They usually try to resist removing the piercing during the pregnancy. The case is most common with girls of younger age usually going through first time of pregnancy.
HOW TO MANAGE BELLY BUTTON RINGS
If someone doesn’t want to remove these rings, there are a few steps that can help them manage these.
- The most important part for the woman and the baby is to be fit and healthy whether you have a ring on your belly or not.
- Then, the best option is to remove the ring for your own safety and comfort. The rings might start to itch and irritate in the later stages of the pregnancy.
- It can also become a cause of infections and can cause wound. So the most appropriate thing is to remove it.
- But if you still insist, then like clothes, there are specially pregnancy rings available as well. Specially designed to accommodate the ever growing belly, these flexible so obviously not metallic rings are much comfortable and nonirritating.
HOW TO SWITCH TO BELLY BUTTON PIERCINGSo when you decide to switch to a belly button piercing, there are some safety issues as well that need to be taken care of.
- The ring needs to be taken care of with the growing size.
- If it starts to irritate and becomes a cause of discomfort, it has to be removed. The ring can also become infected and cause wounds.
- The skin around the ring may get red and itchy. If it causes wounds which might get infected and cause pus and smell, you need to see your doctor. The doctor will advise special antibiotics depending upon your condition and may address the wound.
When getting a new one around your belly, you can also ask the artist who is doing the piercing as he might have the experience of other pregnant women. They are in the business and know better what will suit your needs and size. So their advice may be the best when it comes to different rings. You can also talk to your doctor who will be handling you during pregnancy and will take care of you.