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You can decorate your genitals for several different reasons, but in general you do it because you think it is nice and sexy, many are also looking to get increased feeling and desire as a positive side effect, so to speak. Ask yourself some questions when you are considering getting a genital piercing, it is important to think about what you want to get out of your piercing. Is it mostly for decoration or stimulation? Is it for your enjoyment or for your partner?
In this category you will find specially designed jewelery that fits in the genitals, but you can of course also find regular rings and rods in each category. We have divided this section by gender as it will be easier to find what you are looking for for your particular piercing. More info about the different piercings you can have in the genitals and care advice you can read below.
Contrary to their frightening reputation, genital piercings are generally less painful to do than other piercings and are usually easier to heal. Many people think of their genital parts as "dirty" and that it is easier for them to get infections, but the truth is actually the opposite. Thanks to the increased blood flow and the speed of healing, genital piercings are least likely to get infections. They are also not exposed to the bacteria that are present in your daily environment such as. an earlobe is, as they are protected by your clothes.
Aftercare for genital piercings is the same as for most other piercings, with antiseptic soap, suggested Barbarella Bodysoap as the recommended cleaning product. Genital piercings are some of the fastest healing piercings, provided you take care of them.
Take a few drops of Barbarella Bodysoap in your hand when you shower, lather up and soap the piercing. Let it work for 30 seconds. Rinse thoroughly with water afterwards.For the first 6 weeks, it is recommended that you wash once a day in the shower.It is extremely important that you leave the jewelry in during the entire healing period. If you are unsure if / when you can change jewelry, contact our piercing studio and they will help you.
Sexual activity should be avoided during the first two weeks, but it is not prohibited during the entire healing period. If you have sex during that period, make sure not to expose your piercing to unnecessary stress and be sure to wash your piercing clean afterwards. This also applies to nipples. Protected sex during the healing process is recommended.
Avoid exchanging body fluids! Men should use non-spermicidal condoms to avoid the risk of infection. Unprotected oral sex should be avoided throughout the healing period, as it is one of the easiest ways to get a painful infection.
Many people have sex prematurely. If your piercing becomes sore or irritated, soak with saline then the problem usually resolves itself. Listen to your piercing and your body. This is the easiest way to find out if you are mishandling or exposing your piercing to greater stress than you should.
Especially for vagina - For some women, the antiseptic soaps may be too strong and then warm saline baths can be a good substitute, combined with saline rinsing.
Most women do not get bruises or bleed from genital piercings, but it is not dangerous if it happens. As with most irritations, warm saline solution can both feel good and facilitate healing.
Regarding the Princess Albertina piercing, be sure to urinate after cleansing or sexual contact, oral or vaginal, to clear the urethra.
Especially for Penis - Soap and other cleaning products can be irritating to your urethra. If the piercing passes through the urethra, such as Prince Albert, Reverse Prince Albert, Apadravya and Ampallang placed far forward, be sure to urinate after cleaning to clear out any cleaning fluid. Urination after sexual contact has the same effect.
Be prepared for your piercing to bleed, especially P.A., Reverse P.A., Ampallang and Apadravya. If possible, try to have a bandage / compress around the piercing for the first 1-3 days and change the bandage when necessary. Panty liners and sanitary napkins work great. Some may bleed very much, especially during the first night, but this is perfectly normal. It helps to avoid blood thinners such as alcohol, aspirin and other stimulants during the healing period.