If you get pregnant, and you have a belly button ring, what happens to it when your belly button pops outward?

I have a belly button ring, and I just found out I'm pregnant, I was wondering what would happen when my belly grew to the point where my belly button popped.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Most women with belly button rings have to remove them during pregnancy. Everything, including your belly ring hole stretches, and wearing a metal ring can be very uncomfortable. Sometimes, your big, pregnant belly can even cause your body to reject the piercing, causing the ring to "feed out" of your skin.

    BUT- they've come out with a special belly ring made just for pregnant women. They're much longer and very flexible. You can find some of these "belly bars" here: http://www.maternitypiercings.com/?gclid=CLaljfm3z...

    Source(s): Labor and delivery nurse; mom of one- i had to take mine out while pregnant because it was uncomfortable, but my best friend bought one of these "belly bars" and wore it her entire pregnancy and loved it.
  • 1 decade ago

    well for me it has just stretched and i have a stretch mark across it, cuz the skin is so thin that when it stretched it caused the stretch mark...but for a long time i wore my belly ring in it till my belly button started to pop out then i took the ring out.

  • Alice
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    I think there will come a point where you decide to take out the ring until after the baby is born. You will know when the time has come.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    it could be ripped out just by cause of the growing belly. I had one do that and its no fun. I would take that out once you start to get a tummy going.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Just take it out before you start popping lol. Probably nothing will happen... it just wouldn't be a pretty sight though.

  • 1 decade ago

    it stretches, and can rip out

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