Poss tmi,Intimate piercing..

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by danni1979, Apr 25, 2009.

  1. danni1979

    danni1979 Well-Known Member

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    Hiya Ladies

    I have a clitoral hood piercing and am unsure whether i need to remove it at some point or not?

    Soz if its tmi but i am too embarrased to ask my midwife.

    Ta

    D
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  2. polo_princess

    polo_princess ♥ Brookes Mummy ♥

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    they will only ask you to take it out if they feel its going to get in the way :)
     
  3. Armywife

    Armywife Mummy to 2 beauties

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    I have no idea but how brave are you??? xx
     
  4. Cazza89

    Cazza89 Mummy of 1,expecting no.2

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    I have read that people have kept these in during giving birth! Soz not much help.X
     
  5. MummyToAmberx

    MummyToAmberx Mum to 3 Girls 1 Boy

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    if i had mine done id think id personally remove to lower the risk of any infections etc etc.
     
  6. Armywife

    Armywife Mummy to 2 beauties

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    My legs are crossed so tightly right now!!!
     
  7. lesleyann

    lesleyann Mummy

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    All i can say is Ouchie that must of hurt.. and im sure if they need it removed they will ask..

    You could always ring up the mat unit and ask as a question without needing to tell your name
     
  8. danni1979

    danni1979 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks ladies,think i may ring at unit like you said and say no name and ask the,lol..

    LOL it did hurt when i had the piercing but that was the only time its hurt at all,in fact gotta say its kinda fun on bumpy roads *blush*

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  9. SoldiersWifey

    SoldiersWifey Mommy of 2

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    A close friend of mine has had hers done forever, and she's been through 2 births with it and did just fine. She was worried that it might be a problem, but her doctor never even mentioned it. I'm sure you'll be fine, but if you're really worried, just ask! Nothing to be embarrassed about. Remember, they've seen pretty much anything!
     
  10. Kota

    Kota Mum and Preg!

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    Sneaking over from ttc as I saw this thread, I've done a lot of reading up on this as its something I need to consider as well. Almost everything I've seen suggests that you should be able to keep it in, if it does need to be removed the Dr's will ask you to do it or will actually do it themselves, and then replace it afterwards,
    I'd love to know what answers you get from your phone call though.
     
  11. Mommy2Kian

    Mommy2Kian Kaden and Sian :)

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    Sorry for intruding but...

    I dont get no thrill off mine at all...maybe my roads are not as bumpy as your roads :rofl:
     
  12. amylw1

    amylw1 my 3 boys in avatar. x

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    i cant really help as i dont have it done but i would be inclined to remove it as soon as labour starts as you hear about ladies tearing up to clit. and i wouldnt want to risk it.
     
  13. babystar

    babystar Guest

    they can be left in throughout preg and labour unless asked otherwise to remove. :)

    :hugs:
     

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