I'm now 28 and been thinking about getting a frenum for some time now. What kept me from getting it done sooner was being afraid of the pain. One day I decided to go to a piercer I knew and just ask. I was manly concerned that I've been reading online that most piercers don't like to do frenum on uncut guys, but he insured me he is uncut too and has had one for years with no issues. He won't over what could happened with me, like the foreskin not being able to cover all the way anymore etc. I decided to go with a curved barbell so that way it could allow the foreskin to easily go over.
I just got my 1st piercing ever which was a move motivated by my girlfriend. I will say that I was quite a nervous wreck upon entry into the shop but after speaking with the piercers it made my experience more rewarding.
This site really helped me prepare on to expect as far as the procedure goes and help provide me insight what to expect as far the level of pain I need to consider.
I'm looking forward to the moment I can use it.
I bit the bullet today and got myself pierced.
I was quite nervous before hand, but when you read stories on this site about how easy and quick the whole prodecure is...well they really are true.
I would say the piercing itself was barely painful.
Just a tiny prick at most.
I was given a choice of a ring or a barbell. (I went for a ring purely because I think the look better).
The piercer checked carefully for any veins, marked me up, clamped the skin, and then pierced me.
(Originally posted in general forum, then realised it belongs here...)
Just thought I'd share my experience with a frenum piercing in case it's relevant/of interest to anyone else (especially other uncircumcised men).
I got my frenum pierced at a reputable studio around seven weeks ago. No pain during the procedure (anaesthetic spray was used) and barely any for the first few weeks afterwards. Resumed sex/masturbation after 10 days or so with no problems. After 4 weeks I went back to my piercer to change my 10mm 14 gauge barbell with 5mm balls to an 8mm 14 gauge with 8mm balls.
I'm 26 and before this I had both nipples pierced and a PA. Both have since been retired. With no piercings I kept thinking nonstop about a frenum. So today I woke up and went to the local piercer and got a frenum. There was no pain at all, definitely not as bad as the nipples which didn't even hurt too bad. I love it and it might lead to me getting a PA again or one or two more frenums.
So this might be a bit long, but I wanted to pack in a lot of info i wish i could have found in one post. Many posts seem to be for a fresh piercing without follow-up, and the uncircumcised frenum is harder to get info on.
Getting Pierced: This was a piercing i had casually wondered about for a few years, but hadn't researched until just the day before. I didn't know if it was even advisable with the unique mechanics of the flesh there. My wife & I went to Celebrity Tattoo and met with Brandi.
Ok so just yesterday I had been looking up on the internet about genital piercings and they fascinated me so yesterday was the day that id get my frenum piercings it didn't hurt at all and I absolutely love it and I am thinking about getting just one more but idk what kind to get,id really like a pubic one or whatever they're called but probably not lol anyways this is my new piercing and my first ever piercing on my body so tell me what you guys/girls think and hmu about anything EDITED and ik you cant post how you did it so I won't lol anyways that's my experience hope you g
So, I finally decided to get my frenum pierced. I went to a tattoo shop that does piercings, but they didn't have any on who did genital piercings. They recommended a shop to me that just specializes in all types of piercings. I researched the shop's web site and called and asked questions. They sounded great and asked if I needed to make an appointment, they said it was walk in. I noticed they had a Nov. special buy one piercing get one free in the same body part. I talked to the girl at the counter and she explained everything about the procedure, the jewelry, sterility, and after care.