Daith piercing pain compared to tragus

Daith piercing pain compared to tragus

Is daith piercing more painful than tragus?


Daith Piercing is a piercing that goes in through the nose and goes behind the ear. Many people who get daith piercings say this is one of the least painful piercings they have ever had. Tragus Piercing

Tragus piercing is just behind where your ear meets your face on either side. So it’s actually more like going into the side of your face rather than just behind it. People who get tragus piercings say that this piercing is quite painful but well worth it for how awesome looking they end up looking with it!

Is tragus the most painful piercing?


Many people say that the tragus piercing is one of the most painful piercings there are. This is usually because it goes through your ear which has quite a lot of nerve endings in it and because the piercing goes through your face. But there are plenty of people who have had this piercing done and didn’t find it that bad.

Which is better for migraines daith or tragus piercing?


Research shows that daith piercings cause more pain than tragus piercings. If you get a daith piercing while having a migraine then that will make you more likely to have migraines again in the future. So if you get a daith piercing while having a migraine then it’s much better not to get it. It will only make you worse.

Is daith the most painful ear piercing?


Many people say that the daith piercing is one of the most painful piercings. This is probably because it goes through your face which has quite a lot of nerve endings in it. Also because the piercing goes through your nose as well, you will probably find it very difficult to breathe with this piercing. So if you suffer from migraines and want to get a daith piercing, try not to have it done while you’re having a migraine!

Does daith or conch hurt more?


The daith piercing goes into your nose and ear. The conch piercing is a small hole that goes under the ear but does not go through the cartilage in your ear. As you can see from my pictures above, the daith piercings are quite small compared to the conch piercings. So if you get a daith piercing then you’ll have less pain with it.

Can you walk after a daith piercing?


Yes! You should be able to walk after the piercing has healed at all. But you might feel a little uncomfortable for a few days after the piercing has healed.

Can I get a daith piercing and then get it stretched?


It’s possible to stretch your daith piercing. But it’s really difficult to do it yourself and I don’t recommend you try stretching yours by yourself! This is why you should always make sure that your piercer knows exactly how much you want them to stretch your earring.

When can I get it done?

You can safely get this piercing done as soon as the swelling has reduced. However, the risk of infection increases in the following weeks so after 3-4 weeks is probably best if you are planning on getting a daith piercing.

What piercing hurts the most?


Many people say that the tragus piercing hurts the most. This is probably because it goes through your ear which has quite a lot of nerve endings in it. Also because the piercing goes through your face, you will probably find it very difficult to breathe with this piercing. So if you suffer from migraines and want to get a tragus piercing, try not to have it done while you’re having a migraine!

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