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When should a boy get his ears pierced?

When should a boy get his ears pierced?

You can consult with your pediatrician on whether to pierce your baby’s ears, but many recommend that your baby is at least three months old. Some people pierce their kids’ ears during infancy while others will wait until the child is mature enough to take care of the piercing site.

Is it common for boys to get their ears pierced?

According to ear piercer Jess McLaughlin from Belmont tattoos, the number of men who have pierced their ears recently has increased. “Today three out of six people who came to get their ears pierced were males, so I’d say it’s become more common.”

Do straight guys have both ears pierced?

It’s just earrings dude. No. The only thing that means that a guy is bi is that he is attracted to both men and women. Wearing earrings on both ears, only on the left ear, only on the right ear, or not wearing any, has nothing to do whatsoever with sexual orientation.

Should I pierce my son’s ears?

This is definitely a personal preference. It is common to see boys wear just one earring, though many are now choosing to have both ears pierced. Age Ears can be pierced safely at any age. If your son is telling you he’d like to have his ears pierced, talk about it first.

Should I let my 12 year old get her ears pierced?

Experts agree that this is a very personal decision, but some do warn of potential risks in piercing your daughter’s ears too early. On the flip side, if you want your child to make her own decision about ear piercing, it’s best to wait until she’s around 10 or so to have that discussion.

Why do people pierce baby boys ears?

Ear piercing at an early age in kids is said to ensure proper brain development. The ear lobes have the meridian point that connects the right hemisphere to the left hemisphere of the brain. Piercing of this point helps activate these parts of the brain.

Why you shouldn’t pierce your ears?

“Strict aseptic technique is important to help prevent an infection from occurring, as well as regular cleaning around the fresh wound. However, any piercing through the cartilage should be avoided.” Dr Kroukamp added that cartilage that becomes inflamed can start growing, resulting in deformity or damage to the ear.