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Well, so much has happened to my little piercing since I got it a few days ago that I thought updating my post was a must! Many times, probably daily my husband would tell me to stop fiddling with my lips. It wasn't until I got my piercing and caused some serious swelling that I realized I did in fact touch my lips too often.

After night one, I found myself chewing on the insides of my cheeks as I normally do. Because of the stretching of my lips that takes place for that to happen, my piercing started to hurt. I placed ice on it and the pain went away. The next morning, I had issues! I woke up and went to brush my teeth and wash my face. In the mirror I could clearly see my piercing, but I somehow forgot about it while washing my face and totally irritated the piercing again. Then, when I went to dry my face, I dried my face with a towel as I normally do, roughly. As I moved the towel off my face it somehow hooked onto my piercing pulling it away from my face and the ball fell off. OMG!!! This is the part where a normal person may just give up on the piercing, but not Mrs. Ronda!

I tried looking for the tiny stud and had no such luck. So I spent an hour with my tongue pressing against the labret so it wouldn't move from its hole. That's when I tried figuring out what to (continue)

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