Went to see if I could go from 8g to 6g with my pa but my piercer said to wait another week. Bit disappointed so I looked at lorum piercings in the shop and decided to get two.
Very professional again and marked out where the two piercings would go. They looked fine to me so I laid on my back , deep breath and 1st one done. 2nd hurt abit more but really not more than a quick pinch. And a sting after for a few seconds. Seemed a very simple piercing to get!
So after 2 weeks of having my frenum, I just couldn't resist and got another piercing! This time a 10GA Lorum.
My piercer has done a perfect job again, it is placed exactly how I wanted it.
I must admit, it did hurt a bit more than my frenum, but in the grand scheme of things it was barely painful at all. Just a quick prick, and job done.
It has not bled at all since I've had it done, bled a tiny bit on the way home.
My piercer recommended starting with a bigger ring, due to it healing easier.
He also much like my frenum, advised not bothering with salt soaks.
Elayne Angel had given me an appointment at Infinite for yesterday -- I showed up a bit early to buy jewelry and was out the door soon after my original time. Ms. A. was extremely careful about placement, as ever -- marked the site and looked at it while I sat and stood, and discussed how it could be right at the juncture with the shaft, or a bit lower -- I chose the latter. Once that's done, take a deep breath, boys, you're gonna get pierced -- and I did -- quite a sting, but very little blood, then or later.
I got my lorum this past Monday 12/23 at infinite body piercing in Philadelphia, Pa. I was supposed to also be getting an ampallang also but my piercer thought it would be best to wait a few more Weeks cause i have a pair of dydoes and an apadravya that is still healing. As far as pain wise there was really none at all just a pinch and there is minimal swelling but nothin compared to what i was expecting had i gotten the ampallang .
Hi all thought i'd give an update on my new piercing which I've had for a week now! Got it as a festive treat to complement my frenulum piercing. Is pierced at 14 gauge and was very painless. I chose this position so that it rubs in the right places and aligns nicely with my frenulum piercing too!
Peace to all happy piercing!
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After having a PA for 5 years and loving it I decided a second piercing was desired. So I went for a lorum. I remember the PA itself was relatively painless and I was quite surprised that the lorum was even less painful and just felt like an injection. After 1 week healing seems to be going well with one hole more tender and producing lympth than the other. Looking forward to when it is fully healed and I can choose different jewellery to put in. I put a pic in the gallery of it.
I literally just got my lorum piercing done today, and I got to say ive been wanted this for a while, years actually but ive been busy I guess lmao. But I now have my frenum and my lorum. I got to say it wasnt painful, it was more like discomfort. The pain was very weird, not the worst. So ill post some pictures later so keep a look out for them.
After a failed attempt at an apadrayva, I still wanted a new piercing and after thinking about it a while, I had decided on a lorum ladder. I liked the look of it and wasn't very common.
I went to a well respected place in NYC near my work so I was able to go there during my lunch break and get it done.
I went for three rungs, at 10ga. The pain level was different, not worse or better - just different. Again, it was all fast and clean. The only after care I did was to use saline wipes to clean out the crusties.
I've had a PA for several years and it's been back and forth between a 0 and 00 for a year or better. All along I've really liked the look of what I'll call a lower lorum that is tucked up in the crease between the penis and the scrotum. As much as I've liked it was never sure if it might not be too much with the 0 gauge PA.