During the healing process, you don’t want to be changing the jewelry because this can jeopardize the risk of you being sanitary and clean. By removing and swapping jewelry, you are putting yourself at huge risk of infection. By moving the piercing, you can cause bad bacteria and other contaminants to enter the wound in the skin, resulting in some rather nasty infections.
Furthermore, try and avoid moving the jewelry around, or playing with it when you’re bored. You need to try and keep the jewelry in pretty much the same position to avoid irritating the wound. Essentially, avoid affecting the wound and piercing in any way for three months, and you’ll be able to change the ring to your heart’s content.
When cleaning your piercing, a key tip is to never use alcohol. Try not to remove the jewelry when you clean it, too. Make sure you’re using a saline solution to keep the jewelry clean.