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How to Know if Your Conch Piercing is Infected

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After getting a conch piercing, it’s important to pay close attention to how it’s healing. An infected piercing can cause significant pain and discomfort, and even lead to scarring or other complications. Here’s how to tell if your conch piercing is infected, and what to do about it.

The first signs of infection are usually pain, swelling, and redness around the piercing site. Additionally, the piercing may produce yellow or green discharge, be warm to the touch, and feel tender or itchy. In some cases, a fever may also develop. If you notice any of these symptoms, it’s important to seek medical attention from a doctor or piercing professional.

To avoid infection, it’s crucial to keep your piercing clean and dry. Avoid touching the piercing with dirty hands, and be sure to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your piercer. If you suspect an infection, it’s important to act quickly to prevent it from becoming worse. In some cases, antibiotics may be required, either topically or orally, to clear the infection.

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