Piercing during pregnancy can carry some risks. Hormonal changes during pregnancy can increase the risk of infection or inflammation in the area. Additionally, bacteria entering the body during the piercing process or infections in the piercing area can affect the pregnancy.
Whether to get a piercing during pregnancy is a personal choice and can vary for each pregnant woman. Some women may want to get a piercing during pregnancy, while others may be opposed to the idea.
It is important for women who want to get a piercing during pregnancy to be careful and not harm their own or their baby's health. It is recommended to consult with a doctor before getting a piercing and to follow proper care instructions before and after the piercing.
It is also recommended for pregnant women who want to get a piercing to inform themselves about whether the piercing is in accordance with Islamic laws and how it can affect the pregnancy. If you have any concerns, it is recommended to consult with Islamic experts on the subject.
Therefore, getting a piercing during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester, is not recommended. If you still want to get a piercing during pregnancy, it may be less risky for those who have had a piercing before but it is still advised to consult with a doctor or health professional before doing so.