Vertical Nape Microdermal

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Friday June 15th, 2012 @ 7:41 PM

Filed under: Surface/Unusual, Uncategorized

Hi, I am considering getting a vertical nape microdermals, but there are a few things I am wanting to clear up first about the possible problems in the future.

Firstly, is there a point in say 20 years time where it wouldn’t be able to be removed without difficulty or permanent damage? Also due to it being vertically down the spine, would their be any farfetched chance of damage to my spinal cord?

Any response would be appreciated, it is a piercing I would love to have but I just want to be fully aware of the possible consequences.

Many Thanks

These are all questions that your artist should be able to answer before you get them done, but I’m here to help. :)

If you keep the piercings and maintain them for 20 years there is no reason they would be any harder to remove than if you kept them for a year.

The anchors themselves are only sitting 2-2.5 mm deep in your skin, so there is no chance of having any effect on your spinal column.


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One Response to “Vertical Nape Microdermal”

  1. Hi i was also pretty much asking the same question i wanted to get my nape done but my mom is a physical therapist and scared my by saying it could hit a important nerve or something and make me palatalized…? iss that a possibility?

    Liz on February 18th, 2013 at 10:53 pm

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