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    Hi guys,

    I've always wanted to pierce my nipples. HOWEVER, I'm a total chicken sh*t now thanks to all the struggles I'm still going through with my almost 1 year old tragus piercing. I'm a slow healer. What do you guys thinking? How easy is it for a nipple piercing to develop a hypertrophic scar?

    Thanks,
    -AmoItalia

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    As long as you have it done by a good piercer with experience of piercing nipples well, you get it done with good jewellery (ie a titanium barbell) then the chances will be reduced however no one can say if you will or won't get the bump there, it's impossible to answer. As for how easy just look at ways to avoid it in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redraven View Post
    As long as you have it done by a good piercer with experience of piercing nipples well, you get it done with good jewellery (ie a titanium barbell) then the chances will be reduced however no one can say if you will or won't get the bump there, it's impossible to answer. As for how easy just look at ways to avoid it in the first place.
    As always, thanks, Hazel.

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