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Old 03-28-2004, 06:37 PM   #1
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Question fact or fiction....

Im thinking about getting my belly button peirced... but i have heard that if you do, and get it in the wrong place, you cant get pregnet... And im just making sure that thats not true! Because i want to be able to get pregnet...

 
Old 03-28-2004, 09:10 PM   #2
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Re: fact or fiction....

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Im thinking about getting my belly button peirced... but i have heard that if you do, and get it in the wrong place, you cant get pregnet... And im just making sure that thats not true! Because i want to be able to get pregnet...

Let's think about this....your bellybutton is in no way connected to your uterus.

That being said, the answer to your question is no. You can't ruin your chances of getting pregnant. However, I understand it hurts like a mother and you can possibly end up with a nasty infection from it being done wrong. ( might end up with an infection just from having it pierced, like an allergy or something)

If you're willing to go through the pain, go ahead. You're braver than I am. LOL. Just keep that sucker clean to avoid any infection.

 
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Old 03-28-2004, 11:38 PM   #3
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Re: fact or fiction....

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Let's think about this....your bellybutton is in no way connected to your uterus.


LOL!!!

thats true. and if youre planning on getting preg. anytime soon id suggest holding out on it. my friend had one and she got preg, she took it out at around 4 months yet she still had like a 4 inch scar going from the piercing up her belly. i think getting preg stretched it out. and yeah ususally everyones gets infected from the motion of siting up and pants rubbing on it.


try a nose piercing, much easier to take care of.....much cooler looking too

 
Old 03-29-2004, 09:06 AM   #4
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LOL!!!

thats true. and if youre planning on getting preg. anytime soon id suggest holding out on it. my friend had one and she got preg, she took it out at around 4 months yet she still had like a 4 inch scar going from the piercing up her belly. i think getting preg stretched it out. and yeah ususally everyones gets infected from the motion of siting up and pants rubbing on it.


try a nose piercing, much easier to take care of.....much cooler looking too

How can this be true?
I need to go back to health class...

 
Old 03-29-2004, 11:16 PM   #5
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How can this be true?
I need to go back to health class...

how can what be true?

 
Old 03-30-2004, 06:51 AM   #6
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Im thinking about getting my belly button peirced... but i have heard that if you do, and get it in the wrong place, you cant get pregnet... And im just making sure that thats not true! Because i want to be able to get pregnet...
That...lo I have never heard that you can't get pregnant from peircing in the wrong place.

 
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