What can I do to help an ear piercing heal?

I had my ears pierced (Again after 15 years) 2 months ago and one ear is just not healing. I have been putting the ear antiseptic on 4-5 times a day. It is not red and swollen, but a little sore and there is a tiny bit of discharge. HELP!

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