No, you run the risk of damaging your new pierce if you are hit or knocked and it is safer not to play for a while until its fully healed and you can take it out for the ~hour it takes to play, just be sure to put it back in as soon as you're done playing. And if the ref notices it, he/she will ask you to take it out immediately or keep you out of the game.
Ear cartilage piercing, yes and................
yes she does have a cartilage piercing on one ear she also has a nose piercing and a belly piercing too.
Most people I know including my cartilage piercing left a large circular bumb on the back of my cartilage piercing :/ it's worth it though. I love my cartilage piercing!
It deppends on how likely to get ripped out it is. It also deppends on the ref.
There will be bumps in the cartilage near the piercing. It is better to be pierced with a needle.
Piercing cartilage with a piercing guns is the number one cause, two would be a secondary infection.
YES it is ...I have an industrial and it is on the cartilage and my cousin have the tragus and she started crying and her pain tolerance is better then mine the tragus huet much more because it is more cartilage in it then on a cartilage piercing
A helix piercing is a type of cartilage piercing but its the specific name for when you get the top of your cartilage pierced. I'll try to attach a picture of what a helix piercing tends to look like. A cartilage piercing is more of a general term that could refer to any of the many cartilaginous areas of your ear being pierced.
No cartilage piercing will not migrate because the cartilage is holding the piercing in place. However the piercing can still be torn out with enough force leaving a real nasty mess to deal with.
it is infected
A little bleeding is to be expected with cartilage piercings, the incision in the cartilage needs to be larger than the jewellery gauge going into the piercing, this is to allow the skin to heal between the jewellery and the cartilage. Excessive bleeding is an indication your piercer didn't candle the cartilage before doing the piercing to see where the veins are located on both sides of the cartilage.