“Can My Stomach, Uterus And Veins Get Damaged After A Navel Piercing?”

Belly Piercing Risks If that were true why would millions of people get a navel piercing and love it? Just goes to show that damaging your stomach, uterus, veins, whatever – is a complete myth!

If you are female and are worrying about your uterus or stomach being damaged, then banish the thought. That is simply not possible. If you make sure you go to a professional piercer who is experienced, he would obviously not pierce your abdomen – that is pretty hard to do. Ok, look at it this way – a good piercer wouldn’t do it – and a lousy one wouldn’t know how to! 😉

Coming to damaged veins – first of all, the navel area of the body has no veins. In fact, one of the reasons why navel piercings take longer to heal is because there is not as much blood flow as to other body piercing areas. Therefore, you cannot get damaged veins from a navel piercing.

Belly button piercing is so common that practically anyone who is interested in a body piercing decides to go in for one. It looks erotic and it looks sexy. Also, there is such a massive variety of belly jewelry to be worn and shown off that you’ve simply got to have one.

You also have a choice of different types of belly piercing (double, top, bottom), each one more attractive than the other. There is something so eyeball-grabbing about a flash of jewelry on a bare midriff – how can you not afford to have one? Just do it! 😉