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How to remove earrings?

Julia Bukatova
Julia Bukatova
May 3, 2015
How to remove earrings?

Despite the seeming primitiveness of this action, it is sometimes quite difficult to remove a medical earring from the ear. Unpleasant sensations or even pain accompanying these simple actions, do not allow to remove the earring.

Next, consider how to remove the earrings and do not damage the skin.

How to remove medical earrings

Before you begin to remove medical earrings, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and prepare an anti-inflammatory agent (for example, hydrogen peroxide or chlorhexidine) to disinfect the puncture site. This will allow you to avoid contamination of the injection site with bacteria, and thus eliminate possible complications.

Then with two fingers of one hand, fasten the earring from the outside. With the other hand, grasp the latch and gently, but with an effort pull it towards you. Now you can pull a medical earring from your ear. Immediately after removing the earrings, be sure to perform a disinfecting procedure. How should moisten the ear with anti-inflammatory agent.

If you experience severe pain while removing the earring, it is better to stop this process and consult a specialist so as not to damage the already inflamed skin around the puncture.

Sometimes after piercing the ears in medical institutions they wear earrings with an English lock. These locks are considered more reliable, due to the fact that the bow is located at the puncture site and is connected by a spring mechanism with a hole in the earring. It is quite difficult and traumatic to remove such an earring at home, so, if possible, contact a specialist in the salon where your ears were pierced, or a medical professional.

After removing the earrings, wait at least two hours before putting on new earrings. At the same time, a new decoration should also be treated with a disinfectant.

Do not forget to disinfect the puncture site with an anti-inflammatory agent twice a day, until it is completely healed and stops to hurt. As a rule, the healing process begins within 2 days after the start of treatment of the puncture site with a disinfectant and is completed within a week. If this does not happen, the puncture site is severely inflamed or festering, be sure to consult a specialist to avoid complications.


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