Once considered taboo, penis piercing is becoming increasingly popular with men of all ages. Men choose to resort to this body modification because it provides several advantages: it beautifies the appearance of the penis and increases its sensitivity during intercourse and fellatio. Male genital piercing is not a modern practice as this modification was also enjoyed by some ancient Egyptians. If you are interested in this type of piercing, the information included in this article will be useful to you.
How to get a penis piercing?
The procedure is as simple as that used to pierce the ears. The piercer uses a sterile catheter to pierce the epidermis before inserting a bar or ring. In men, genital piercings are mostly performed on the glans, foreskin, and scrotum.
The list of all male genital piercings
– Prince Albert piercing – Ampallang piercing – Dydoe piercing – Kuno piercing – Pubic piercing – Frenulum and foreskin piercing
If you have ever considered having your penis pierced, you will surely change your mind because this practice can cause erectile dysfunction that will be impossible to treat using Viagra or another very effective natural remedy.
After the installation of your piercing, you will have to wait some time (or several months) in order to let it heal before changing jewelry. You will need to clean the affected area frequently to keep it clean, especially during the summer as you sweat more during this time.
Does it hurt?
It depends. What is painful for some may not be for others.
Where the piercing is placed makes a huge difference. For example, the glans has more nerve endings than the foreskin.
Penis piercing and healing
A penis piercing usually heals within 3 months. If you don't follow your piercer's instructions, it may take longer.
You may have light bleeding for the first few days, and mild pain and swelling for the first two weeks.
It's a normal part of the healing process.
Consult your piercer if you experience these symptoms in the meantime:
– yellow or green pus – fever – swelling – itchy red pimples – an abnormal smell from your penis
The dangers of genital piercings
Genital piercings can cause several inconveniences and are not without risks. The pierced area may not seal after your jewelry is removed, leaving a permanent orifice on your penis. If the latter eventually heals, a mark or bump may also remain visible.
This type of piercing also risks causing medical problems. Although the jewelry used is usually made of surgical steel, it is still possible to have an allergic reaction such as infection, irritation or dryness of the skin on this area of the penis. Penis piercing can also cause a urinary tract infection or pain during urination.
We also recommend that you call on a professional and serious piercer in order to avoid contracting the HIV virus, hepatitis B or C following the use of non-sterile catheters and accessories. These diseases are potentially fatal.
Some men who have decided to use this practice to increase the sensitivity of their penis during intercourse find that this piercing has the opposite effect. A piercing can numb nerve endings and numb the affected area. The nerves sometimes regenerate over time, but this problem remains permanent in most cases.
It is important to consider all of this information before performing a genital piercing. Is it really worth taking all those risks to beautify your penis and try to improve your feelings during sex?