My Earring Won T Come Off. Once its lubricated firmly hold the front of the earring in place and gently turn the clutch to loosen it. As the holes heal they produce fluid and the skin tightens making it difficult to remove the earrings at first.
A rough approach could cause serious injury and even promote infection. Dip a cotton ball or pad into your chosen cleaning solution and then gently rub it on your earrings. Unfortunately you wont be able to just change the back as the studs you have in now are probably thicker than normal studs and so normal butterfly backs wont fit on them.
The hearing aid may be loose or moist and can slip out.
For fcks sake put down the pliers. Some earring posts have a nobbly bit that is supposed to stop the backs from falling off but also makes it hard to get them off. Sometimes stud earrings can become stuck in ears. The hearing aid may be loose or moist and can slip out.