What do you need to do after piercing your baby’s ears?

Postnatal

Read the previous part, Ear Piercing: Step-by-Step.

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After getting their ears pierced, leave the earrings in for at least three months, and leave the earring in the hole for at least one year.

Post-piercing care involves disinfecting the site morning and night for 2-3 weeks. Always check for signs of possible infection, such as redness, heat, yellowish or greenish secretions that may or may not have an odour. When in doubt, see a health professional for advice on how to deal with the situation.

In this article I have provided you with the basic elements associated with piercing your baby’s ears. I hope that it has reassured you!

Talk soon,

Marie
The Baby Expert

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What do you need to do after piercing your baby’s ears?

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