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Knocked nose piercing
« on: 16 Mar 15 / 07:17 PM »
So I got my nose redone back in January & about a week ago whilst washing my face my flannel pulled on it. It hurt for about 5-10 mins then went away, anyway today I've noticed a slight lump where the piercing is. I've started sea salt soaking it again, anyone had this happen before?
 

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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #1 on: 16 Mar 15 / 07:44 PM »
Yes, it's irritation from catching it. Just give it TLC and keep up with the salt oaks and it should settle down after a while.
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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #2 on: 24 Mar 15 / 06:03 AM »
I just got my septum done two days ago,  and I tend to bump it while I sleeping,  any suggestions?
 

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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #3 on: 01 Apr 15 / 01:44 PM »
The lump on my nose had gone down & had almost gone but today it's reappeared. I dunno if I should continue doing sea salt soaks of if maybe it's infected & I should go to the doctor?
 

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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #4 on: 01 Apr 15 / 01:46 PM »
It won't be infected unless there is green smelly puss and it's bright red and spreading.

It's just a hypertrophic scar. They're often caused by ill fitting jewellery moving around. What kind of jewellery are you wearing?
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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #5 on: 01 Apr 15 / 03:14 PM »
Just a stud.. Shaped like the one in the pic, if it's from moving around a lot I have recently gotten a cold so might be from where I keep wiping & blowing my nose possibly?
 

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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #6 on: 01 Apr 15 / 03:37 PM »
Yeah, wiping won't be helping :) mine always play up when I have a cold.

It would be best to change to a well fitting labret stud as this will move around less and should help the hypertrophic scar to form again.
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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #7 on: 01 Apr 15 / 03:39 PM »
Ah okay.. I'll get myself a labret then, thanks  :)
 

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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #8 on: 01 Apr 15 / 04:07 PM »
You're welcome, I hope it calms down for you!
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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #9 on: 12 Apr 15 / 02:46 PM »
Been waiting for payday to get a labret & still got a cold & yesterday I was going to give up & take my peircing out as it just looked like I had a warty looking thing on my face & wasn't getting any better due to me still having a cold & blowing my nose ect. So yesterday I saw some sudocrem in the cupboard after I SSS & thought I'll just try some of that as I really was on the verge of removing it. Anyway I left it on probably about hour & a half then washed it off as I was going out. Forgot about taking it out last night & woke up this morning & the lump is practically gone!! I don't know if it's reccomended but wow, I wish I had a before & after pic now! Lol.
 

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Re: Knocked nose piercing
« Reply #10 on: 10 Sep 15 / 05:02 PM »
I got exactly the same thing a couple of times when I first got mine done and someone on here recommended switching out my jewellery so I bought some titanium nose bones (the ones with the little blob on the end) from Body Shock jewellery website and it went perfect! I also invested in a titanium nose ring off ebay that is like an open hoop that you put in from the inside and it has a little stopper on the end so it doesn't pull all the way through, it looks like a full hoop when you have it in, that way if they skin on the outside of my nose gets sore I give it a rest by wearing the hoop rather than the stud (One of my friends had the exact same issue too and cured it the same way).

It made my eyes water to read your post - I knocked mine out of my nose with a pair of safety goggles in uni the first time and it hurt so bad!
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