I have had my Tragus pierced for about 4 months now and it's one of my favorites. I have lobes x3, 1 helix, 1 rook, 1 Tragus! The Tragus wasn't painful at all just a sharp pinch but it's over before you know it. My piercer had already put the jewelry in before I realized it was pierced. My helix and rook were far worse in pain.
About a few weeks ago I decided to get my tragus pierced. I've seen a few people with it and I always thought it was cute and unique. I went today, to Skinfinity in Winter Haven FL. My piercer was great. She was funny, kept my mind off of the pain that I was about to endure. She cleaned and measured my ear, asked if I liked the place where she marked where the piercing would be. I got scared when
I looked at the needle and clamp sitting on the tray next to my chair. I've been told that the clamp is the worst part, but I honestly didn't even feel it.
Hello! I am pretty new to this site and need some help. My daughter and I both got our tragus pierced on November 9th. Mine is healing great with no issues so far but my daughter has a weird raised bump that appears to be under her stud. Its a little tender but other than that its just strange looking. It almost looks like a bubble of skin. Does anyone know what this is and if so what does she need to do? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
On the morning of November 9th my daughter showed me a picture of a tragus piercing. I had never seen one before but l loved it and knew i wanted one. So my daughter and I decided to go and get ours done that night. We went to the same place that had done my bellybutton piercing 12 years ago. We were taken to the room and I went first. Was a little nervous, as I had read some experiences on this site and others that said it really hurt, and that you could hear a crunching noise when the needle went through.
Heyyyy so i went with my best friend today and we both got our traguses done and we love them! so we went to our favourite piercing place (creations body piercing) and matt our piercer told us how it works and how everything is sanitized, matt pierced my nose cartilidge and industrial and hes done anawseome job.
I do not have a high pain tolerance when it comes to piercings. I had my Tragus done on the 22nd of February this year.
My friend and I decided to head to our local piercing studio to get our Tragus done. I made my friend go first because I wanted to see how the whole process went. She didn't even feel it, so I thought, awesome maybe mine will be like that. It hurt just a tad when he pierced it, but that was it. No pain came along after, or anything. I was so shocked. My 2nd lobes hurt worse when I got those pierced.
I am not a newbie when it comes to piercings. Especially when it comes to holes in my ears. I have 8 holes between the two ears 10 if you count the industrial as two. So when I was finally able to get my tragus done I was figuring on no problems. That I could handle anything it decided to throw at me. Oh baby was I ever wrong. The piercing went just fine. No issues, very little pain, think my nose bothered me more than the tragus. Got home and started up my normal healing rituals. Salt water soaks and healing thoughts. After about two weeks I noticed a lump forming around it.
I got my tragus done about six months ago on a whim when I was visiting my college town during the summer. I went to Spark Plug in Fredericksburg, VA, and was not impressed. The place was dirty and the management was inattentive and disorganized. My piercer handled my ear very roughly and painfully, which is saying a lot, because I have a very high pain tolerance.
In April of this year, I decided on a whim to get my tragus pierced. I went into the place that had done my tattoo the year before, and without really even consulting with them, I got it done. It hurt more than anything else I have (2 tattoos, 2 lobe piercings, and my bellybutton), and after the first half of the needle was in they had to give it an extra shove to get it through, but it wasn't too bad. It was over before it hurt too much.
Its been 6 months and its not healed at all (it still hurts a lot), but I knew before I got it done that it takes ages to heal, and I don't regret it.