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    i got my belly pierced on 5th of janurary i havent changed it at all yet it is fine a lot of the time but if it get it caught on things it will hurt and sometimes i get those dried up crusties on it and sometimes not often but sometimes i even get a bit of blood coming out just a tiny bit? i have a bioplast belly bar should i change to that to help the healing?

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    Crusties and a little blood are normal for a fresh piercing, especially if you've caught it on something. Belly button piercings are slow to heal if I remember correctly, I think they can take up to a year to fully heal. Bioplast is supposed to be very good for piercings, so I would leave it in.

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