Everything You Should Know Before Getting a Prince Albert Piercings

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Prince Albert piercings can make sex or masturbation more stimulating for the nerves, but they may also make you and your partner more likely to get an infection or hurt. It’s essential to plan and provide support.

A lot of people get the Prince Albert piercings in their penis.

A barbell or other metal is put through the urethra (the hole where urine comes in) and out of the back of the head (the glans). 

Are They All The Same? 

  • People also like these two other types:
  • Going backward, the PA goes through the urethra and out of the top of the shaft, behind the head instead of under it.
  • Deep hole Backwards PA: comes out of the top of the shaft a lot farther down, away from the head. 

How Does It Look? 

Are There Perks For Sexuality? 

Are There Perks For Sexuality? 

For your good

When you masturbate or have oral, anal, or vaginal sex, glans or shaft piercings like the PA move around and caress under your skin. This might make you feel more pleasure and set off more jitters.

You can sound with the PA wand by having your partner hum while putting jewellery in their mouth. This makes your whole penis tremble, which can be very satisfying. 

For the sake of your partner

During sex, any kind of physical activity can make your partner’s vaginal or anal nerves feel more stimulated.

The reverse physical activity works better to trigger the clitoris and make your partner feel more pleasure. 

Does Everyone Get It?

Anyone with a penis might be able to get pierced.

At this point, the foreskin can be pulled back. But jewellery can be painful when it rubs against the foreskin when you’re not standing up straight.

You might have to learn how to pee all over again so that you don’t spray urine out of your new urethra holes. You could try pointing the hole down or hiding it.

Be careful because glans or shaft piercings can also go through condoms.

PA piercings won’t affect your ability to have children. 

What Kinds Of Jewellery Do You Use For This?

 Kinds Of Jewellery Do You Use

The following pieces of jewellery are often used in a PA piercing:

Horseshoe-shaped circular chain with beads that can be taken off both ends

Captive bead ring: a ring that is round and has a bead where the ends meet

Straight barbell: rod-shaped with beads that can be taken off both ends

A bent barbell is like a straight barbell but has a slight curve from end to end. A PA wand is long and straight, with a half-cross shape at one end. It is supposed to be inserted into the urethra, with beads on the outside of the opening and the top of the shaft. This type of “play” jewellery is used to make noise. People who just got pierced shouldn’t do it initially, but you can get used to it. 

What Kinds Of Materials Are There For The Jewellery? 

  • Most likely, your piercer will suggest the following:
  • Surgical titanium is less likely to irritate or cause allergic reactions in people with sensitive skin.
  • Biocompatible plastics are strong, durable, and flexible, suitable for people who have never had a piercings before.
  • Niobium is a metal that is safe and lasts longer than other metals.
  • Gold: Only wear 14-karat yellow or white gold to avoid getting infections while you heal. Gold-plated jewellery can cause allergies and infections.
  • Platinum is the most robust and durable choice, but it is expensive and complicated. 

How Much Does It Usually Cost To Get Pierced? 

  • A general PA piercings can cost anywhere from $50 to several hundred dollars at high-end, well-known jewellery stores that sell expensive items.
  • Here is a usual breakdown of costs:
  • Service: as little as $40 or well over $100, depending on how complicated and delicate the piercings is.
  • Jewellery ranges from as little as $15 for simple steel or titanium to hundreds of dollars or more for gold, platinum, or diamonds.
  • Piercer tip: give at least 20% or more for good service. 

In What Way Is This Piercings Done? 

  1. You can get this piercings while standing up.
  2. Your piercer will wash and germ-free the area that will be pierced, and then put on clean clothes.
  3. Mark the spots on your skin where the needle will go in and out with a pen.
  4. Put the needle in through the hole for entry and take it out through the opening for exit. They’ll probably tell you when they put the needle in, breathe in and out slowly.
  5. Forceps should hold the skin still while the metal is being put in.
  6. Clean, rinse, and bandage the spot that was pierced. 

Is It Going To Hurt? 

Every piece comes with the chance of pain.

Since the penis has more nerve endings than other popular body parts, a PA piercings might hurt more than a lip or earlobe piercings.

You may feel more pain when you put in a more significant, more complicated piece of jewellery like a PA wand.

How much pain you feel depends on how well you can handle it.

The piercings only takes seconds, so you might want to take a deep breath, hold on to something tight, or think about something else to take your mind off the pain. 

What Are The Risks Of Getting This Piercings? 

There are a lot of nerves and soft tissue in your penis.

If you don’t take care of your piercings correctly or have it done right, you may be more likely to have harmful or risky problems.

Talk To Your Piercer About These Possible Risks:

You are hurting your partner’s skin or tissues while you’re making love. When you’re making love, jewellery can hurt or chafe your partner’s genitalia, anus, or mouth. From time to time, jewellery can get caught on your partner’s face, genital, or anal jewellery. This might hurt or be hard to undo without medical help. 

STIs (sexually transmitted diseases) are more likely to happen. People with genital piercings are more likely to get blood-borne STIs, which makes sense since PA metal can break a condom.

Damage to penile flesh. Pee tissue can be worn away by jewellery that sticks out. This can make places rough, which makes them less sensitive.

Infection where the piercing was done. Hands that aren’t washed can spread bacteria, as can sex. There is a hole in your penis tissue that germs can use to get inside, grow, and spread disease.

Infection in the urinary system. Bacteria can enter your urinary stream through the urethra or the holes in the piercing. This might make you more likely to get a UTI.

It is turning down. If your penis thinks the piercing is something strange, it may grow more tissue, which is usually thicker. This could move the metal around. 

How Long Does It Take To Get Better?

  • It takes about 2 to 4 weeks for a PA piercing to heal.
  • If you don’t follow the aftercare directions, your piercing might take longer to heal.
  • You should expect some pain and swelling in the first few weeks. As your piercing heals, they will become less visible.
  • Talk to your piercer or doctor if you also have these symptoms:
  • Pus-covered skin that is yellow or green and feels hot to the touch, fever 

Take Care Of And Clean.

  • It’s essential to take care of your pierce afterward.
  • While you’re getting better,
  • Use a cloth to protect the area. Every day, you should change the bandage.
  • Cover any new holes linked to the urethra so that pee doesn’t leak out and hurt the tissue still healing.
  • Before touching the area, wash your hands with warm water and soap.
  • Water and saline solution should be used to rinse the open area twice daily.
  • If you see a crust, wash and rinse the area.
  • When you rinse your piercing, pat it dry gently with a clean paper towel.
  • Protect the penis from water when you take a shower.
  • Be very careful when putting on and taking off clothes, especially underwear or pants.
  • Until your piercing is fixed, use a condom when you’re sexually active. 

Don’t Do These Things Either: 

  • Don’t wash your hands before touching your piercing.
  • Masturbation or oral, genital, or anal sex should be avoided until the pain and stiffness from the piercing have gone down.
  • Wear underwear or clothes that are tight.
  • Alcohol-based solutions should be used to rinse the pierced area.
  • Put strong or antiseptic soaps or other fluids on the cut area.
  • Spend some time in a bath or pool.
  • Do sports or things that are hard on your body that can move your penis around or make you more likely to hurt it.
  • Remove the jewellery, or do not touch the area until it is fully healed, which should take about two to three months.
  • It would help if you let your pubic hair get caught in the metal. 

Things To Look Out For 

Any piercing will cause some pain and swelling. Some signs, though, are worse.

If you spot any of these signs of infection or rejection, you should see your piercer:

swelling and redness beyond the pierced area

A lot of pain

fluid that is green or yellow

smell bad

  • It Can Also Lead To Being Turned Down:
  • Moved jewellery dangling or sagging jewellery, total jewellery removal 

If I Get Pierced, How Long Will It Last? 

If you get a non-traditional piercing, the metal may emerge as the skin and tissues heal.

It depends on your health, the health of your penile cells, and how well you take care of yourself afterward.

Your tattoo can last a year or longer. 

How To Switch Out The Rings 

The piercing should not be changed until it is fully healed.

Not sure if it’s fully healed? You can ask your piercer to change the metal or tell them to do it.

If Your Piercer Lets You Change It Yourself, Here’s What You Should Do: 

  1. Use warm water and soap that kills germs to wash your hands.
  2. Rinse the piercing area with salt water.
  3. Take off any beads that are on your earrings very carefully.
  4. Take the metal out of the hole slowly.
  5. Take off any beads that are on your new jewellery.
  6. Carefully and slowly push the new ring through the hole.
  7. Put the beads back on the earrings that you took off.
  8. Keep the metal in place so it doesn’t fall out or move around.
  9. It is best to rinse the area with salt solution again and pat it dry gently. 

How To Get Rid Of The Piercing 

When your piercing is fully fixed, don’t take off any jewellery.

This keeps germs from getting stuck in the hole and possibly infecting the person.

Still getting better, but don’t want to wait? Check with your piercer to see if you can remove the metal now.

Once it’s out, clean it as your piercer told you to until the tissues are entirely fixed.

You could hurt the tissue in your penis or get an illness if you don’t.

Already better? After that, remove the jewellery and let the hole close itself. That’s all you have to do. 

Talk To The Piercer You Want To Hire. 

Do some study to ensure that the person who does your piercing is a professional and that the shop has a good name for safety.

Plus, a skilled piercer can advise you on where to put it, the risks, how to care for it afterward, and any problems that might arise.

You should check with your doctor before getting your penis pierced. They can find out if there are any underlying health problems or physical limits that might make getting a penis piercing difficult.

It’s OK if a PA piercing doesn’t work for your body or skin type. You may be able to get a different kind from your piercer that is more comfy and that you may even like more. 

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