The basics of genital piercing

Genital piercing has become quite common and popular among the youth nowadays. However, you must be aware of all the ifs and buts concerning the act. Prior knowledge of the technique, procedure and the pros and cons of the procedure will help you take a decision in favor of genital piercing or against it. Here are all the information you need regarding genital piercing.

Genital piercing

Importance of genital piercing:

Genital piercing is basically done to accentuate the physical stimulation of the person who does it and the partners who are involved in the sexual encounter with the person. It is also true that genital piercing has certain amount of aesthetic appeal as well. So you can free yourself from the repeated use of the artificial dildos and the contoured condoms you need to use every time to satisfy your partner while making love.

Appropriate areas of genital piercing:

Since genital piercing is common in men and only a few handful of women go for it, so it is essential to know the specific areas of the genital organ where piercing is done. The skin shafts, foreskins and the mount of the male tool are chosen for this piercing since these areas heal much faster and do not cause lethal blood shed. The common instruments used for the same are beads and thin rods made from metals like stainless steel, titanium, niobium and PTFE.

Technique of genital piercing:

One of the popular techniques of genital piercing is to make a small slit on the foreskin of the genital organ. Then a small bead with a specific shape is inserted inside this slit. As the wound heals up the beads remain within the foreskin. Hence, the impression of the bead is formed on the genital organ. This method is less painful and hardly requires medical skills. The method is fast and simple too. But the size of beads to be inserted inside the slits are limited.

Another technique of genital piercing is known as the 3D art implant. Two incisions are made on the foreskin of the genital organ. Now, a scalpel is inserted inside the holes in such a way that a pocket or tunnel is created under the skin. Beads are pushed inside the skin after this and closed by bandages. Additional tapes are also used to prevent the slipping of the bead from their places. This method is most commonly used in the case of female genital piercing.This method of piercing enables the insertion of beads of almost any size and shape. But the process requires medical skills and is quite painful as well.

Health factors of genital piercing:

Generally there is no notable after care once the genital piercing has been done skillfully using high quality beads and sterilized incision instruments. Regular washing of the genital organ is recommended. Some of the rare problems that might occur in some of the unfortunate cases are infection due to contaminated beads, rejection and falling off the beads through blisters due to poor bead placement and migration or shifting of the placement of beads over time.

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