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Quote cherry_slices Replybullet Topic: too shallow?
    Posted: January/02/2006 at 4:55pm
i JUST got my belly button pierced about an hour ago, and if i run my finger over the space between the top ball and the bottom, i noticed that i can actually FEEL the barbell. is this normal? or did the piercer perhaps pierce it a bit too shallow?
aie.... or is it all just a part of the healing process? i dunno im confussseddddd

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Quote MontanaPiercer Replybullet Posted: January/02/2006 at 5:14pm
There is a piece of metal jewelry laying directly under the dermis, it isn't part of the healing process, it just is..... you can feel the jewelry under any piercing.... it has to lay somewhere, and at best is only around 3/16th" under the surface.<shrugs> If you have at least 3/8th" of tissue between the 2 balls, then it is sunk to the proper depth, but even if it was 10 times that long, you would still be able to feel the jewelry beneath....
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Quote Keairao Replybullet Posted: January/02/2006 at 7:21pm
Montana, you forgot one thing: Keep your hands off the fresh piercing!  

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