Can an ear piercing of 4 years close in 4 days?
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My daughter is 5 years old and had her ears pierced since she was 1 yr old. One ear was irritated a bit and we took the piercing out for 4 days and now can't get it back in. Is it possible it closed? Do we have to repierce?
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