I know on the boards you guys aren't fond of the topic of hickies because of all the personal view that people have on them but i have a question none the less. My boyfriend loves to 'tend' to my chest and gets rather rough(not that i mind, infact i enjoy it alot during the experiance) and tonight like any other time he has the chance to give them i've come home with several hidden hickes, the problem is my bruised chest is now very sensitive to clothing(and i know this is my own fault and i will most likely ask him to avoid being so harsh on my nipples next time see as they are now in the most pain)and i was wondering if there is anything i can do to easy the sting of any and all contact upon them. Showering with a direct stream of water or a wash cloth on them is painful and just about any clothing makes them feel sore, any advice on how to get through the next few days of school till they begin to fade?
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It isn't that we have a lot of personal views, it's that we have SO many threads about hickies that we really wished people used the board search functions instead of posting new topics on them.
So, we're going to give you a similiar answer here. If you don't like having the hickies, than tell you partner to ease up. That is the only way to get rid of them/avoid the pain you're experiencing.
Haha I know EXACTLY what you're going through. Feels amazing at the time, but not so much the next morning. Some ice should help, but unfortunately you just have to grin and bear it (the pain will subside after a few days).
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