So you’re fancying blinging your bits?
It can be quite a shy subject for some, so let us break the ice for you with a little blog post aaaaall about lady flowers and trouser sausages!
Most people tend to see female genital piercings as
There is more to the female genital anatomy than the clitoris, which we thought would be quite obvious to anyone who has ever seen under the undies of a lady.
The clitoris can very very rarely be pierced, as it has to be a substantial size, which most women don’t have. Not only that, but it takes a long time of specialist training, education on the anatomy and experience to even attempt a clitoris piercing, to avoid damage to the important nerves.
There are many different placements in the female anatomy to choose from. Some are very much anatomy dependent, such as Vertical Clitoral Hood piercings. We will always check that you are a suitable candidate before starting the procedure.
We always suggest researching the piercings you want beforehand anyway, but especially so with genital piercings. They’re a big decision and in an important area, which means aftercare needs to be even more strict to avoid any complications!
As for the blokes, the same goes, there’s a variety of different placements and options for genital piercings. Some are anatomy dependent, and some are best performed on circumcised anatomies, such as Dydoes for example.
We will always cater our advice and aftercare to each individual with both male and female genital piercings, to give you the happiest and healthiest piercing possible!
And if you’re a bit shy, don’t worry, we have a private piercing room upstairs in our studio and our piercing team are both females. Most genital piercing procedures will be carried out by both piercers, to make your experience as smooth and quick as possible! We always say, treat us as you would a doctor or nurse – we have seen hundreds of genitals in a purely professional environment and our main priority is to make you feel as comfortable and happy as possible in our piercing room!
Most genital piercing procedures will be carried out by both piercers, to make your experience as smooth and quick as possible! We always say, treat us as you would a doctor or nurse – we have seen hundreds of genitals in a purely professional environment and our main priority is to make you feel as comfortable and happy as possible in our piercing room!
The best way to clean your new genital piercing is in the shower. If possible, avoid baths altogether until the piercing has healed to avoid excess water submersion & irritation from soaps.
Use fresh water in the shower to soften any crusties, then soak the area with a sea salt solution for a few minutes before patting dry. (1/4 Teaspoon of Sea/Rock Salt in a large mug of boiled water).
Soap products aren’t usually necessary to clean genital piercings, as there is an abundance of healthy bacteria in the genital region which you don’t want to destroy.
You are not restricted from sexual activity, however strict precautions and aftercare should be followed to avoid potential infection. Do not let your new piercing come into contact with any foreign bodily fluids (this includes saliva as well as semen). Condoms and dental guards should be used for the first few weeks.
Healing times vary person to person, but most genital piercings have an average healing time of 2 – 4 months.