Hi and welcome to our RMB Belly Ringer series. Our eleventh interview is with Miss. Janie!

Miss. Janie loves piercings and was a fan of belly button rings. She got not only the top done, but the bottom one as well and it looks marvelous!

She was stoked about this interview, considering how she suffered from a belly piercing rejection and how she recovered from it. Miss Janie gladly tells you what to do, what not to do, and how to take care of your fresh new piercing so you do not have a piercing rejection as well.


1) What/Who inspired you to pierce your belly?

Honestly, I have always found them attractive!

2) Did the piercing hurt and how was the aftercare?

For the first time, it did hurt a lot. I would rate it a 6 for the pain. Unfortunately, the top piercing got rejected the first time so I let it heal for a while before I re-pierced it again. This time I didn’t feel any pain, probably because of the nerves that were dull during the first attempt.

3) How many rings do you have and which ones are your favorite?

I actually do not know how many I have! I buy some jewelry in bulk and sometimes they add belly rings in there. My favorite is a dangling one that my dad bought for me (I begged him LOL). I wish I had pictures but I’m actually allergic to the metal that’s in it.







4) To anyone who wants to pierce their belly, what would you tell them?

I say keep it thoroughly sanitized. I’ve had mine get infected a couple of times because the belly button can host bacteria if you actually don’t clean them (gross right?). Don’t take a swim or dip in the Jacuzzi until it’s healed. Also, don’t wear tight clothes and most importantly, DON’T TOUCH IT!!

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