How To Remove A Rubber Earring That Goes Into The Piercing Hole?
It has been about 1 month since I never took off my earrings. Then when I was about to take it off to replace it, it turned out that one of my back pieces (piercing earring pads) had stuck into the piercing hole. Either embedded in the skin or something, but I’ve tried to get it out but can’t. The piercing earrings can be removed, while the rubber remains stuck in my piercing hole. I also tried to stab it with a piercing with a larger diameter, but the rubber still couldn’t come out of the piercing hole (the hole became clogged). How do I get it out? Thanks.
Hello, thank you for your question
Ear piercing is a common practice for women, from babies to adults. At the time of the piercing, a very small hole is made in the ear tissue (lobule). To maintain the presence of these small holes, earrings are used. There are various types of earrings to choose from according to aesthetic needs and considerations.
One of the obstacles that can be faced while using earrings, especially earrings with two separate parts, is the embedded back of the earring, whether made of rubber or metal. If you experience this condition, you should see a doctor. The doctor will confirm the location where the back of the earring is embedded for further steps to be removed (evacuation). No need to worry, during this process, the doctor will perform an anesthetic location in the ear lobule area so you don't feel pain. After evacuating the embedded earring, if necessary, the doctor can prescribe antibiotics and painkillers.
Hope this information is useful