A basic list for why rejection and migration can occur: - Low quality jewellery - incorrect anatomy - piercing to shallow or deep - any thing from the list of things that can irritate a piercing - Jewellery not being downsized at suggested time by piercer
There is no perfect solution for helping stop rejection or migration other than trying to prevent any of the above. But even people with the best anatomy and jewellery can deal with migration and rejection. Please see your piercer for more infromation.
Signs of rejection and migration: - jewellery that was 'snug' fitting when pierced is now showing lots of bar (a fresh piercing in any area may also show this symptom, which is normal) - a red line between balls - one side of the piercing is now unlevel with the other side - surface anchors: there is a little bump next to the piercing (this usually means the shorter foot has started to rise up) - Jewellery is tilted largly in one direction