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In this blog post, Johnny discusses how to determine if a piercing is infected and what to do if it is. He advises visiting the piercer who performed the piercing, getting a second opinion from another professional, and visiting a doctor for a definitive answer. He also explains the different types of treatments that may be recommended, such as removing the piercing and prescribing antibiotics or medication. Johnny emphasizes the importance of proper aftercare in preventing infections, and provides tips on how to properly clean and care for a piercing to avoid infections.Harout Basmajian
Visit the person who did the piercing: They should be able to tell you if the piercing is infected or if it's just a normal reaction to the piercing process.
Get a second opinion: If you're not satisfied with the first opinion, it's always a good idea to get a second one from a professional piercer who is known to be honest and open about the situation.
Visit a doctor: If you're still unsure, a doctor is the most accurate source of information. They may recommend removing the piercing and prescribing antibiotics or other medication to treat the infection.
Follow proper aftercare: To prevent infection, it's important to follow proper aftercare instructions, such as cleaning the piercing two to three times a day with saline solution and avoiding certain activities like swimming in lakes or oceans.
By taking these steps, you can protect yourself and your piercing from infection. If you have any doubts or concerns, don't hesitate to seek help from a professional.