I've been wanting to do this forever. Well today I did it. It was a challenge to get it done though. I had called over the weekend to a place that said they could do it today between 2 & 6. I left work early, drove 30 minutes only to be told that unfortunately they didn't have the right jewelry in stock. I was like really, you told me to be here today. They said they would have it in a week, took my number and said they would call when it came in. As I was in my car, I thought, nope it's going to happen today.
I was originally pierced Jan 2015 with a 10 g CBR. Lately I have been wearing a 4 g circular barbell. I really like the size, feel and heft of this piece of jewelry and will probably remain at this gauge for a while. The dydoes went in about a month ago, Oct 2015, and so far free of healing issues or complications.
I am reunited with my Prince Albert once again! I have already written about my first experience. It was a slightly traumatic half an hour of painful trial and error, before me and my piercer finally found a method that worked for me. I walked out the shop feeling like I had won a war … bejewelled and proud, but then with terrible luck – I had to abandon my piercing a week later.
After such a frustrating, painful experience – it might be surprising that I went back to do it again, but I'm so glad I did. My second experience couldn't have been more different from the first.
Woke up this morning to a wonderful sight. No blood! Lol I thought maybe with nighttime and morning erections the blood might still be a bit present but it's not. I have one or two very tiny drops on the medical pad I had stuffed in my underwear and that's it. When I went to the bathroom, there was not even the slightest sting. I'm glad the patience and resistance to play is still strong. I want the healing to be damn near perfect. Hope I can wait at least a full week but I must admit, I don't think I've even gone this long ever before. We shall see.
So after not knowing what I was getting today, a frenum or a PA, I went in to the place I went a few weeks ago to ask some questions and knew it was now or never. After one last chat with the guys I decided with their help that a PA was the only choice. I was nervous the whole way there and all day today. Palms sweating and had no idea how much pain I was in for. Well... It was merely a pinch. The receiving tube was a little uncomfortable at most and the piercing itself was literally one really quick second of pain followed by quite a bit of blood that I only noticed after I was pierced.
So I just had my Prince Albert done a few days ago and so far I'm loving it. My only concern is because I have a low urethra there isn't too much space between the holes and I'm afraid if may rip out if I'm too vigorous. It's a 10g so I think thickness is fine but does that look like enough skin between the two holes ?
I've uploaded a better photo which seems to show the small amount of space between the fistula and urethra. I have a low urethra (like I said ) and I still can't seem to shake the feeling this piercing has been done incorrectly.
So I have been doing a ton of research and have been going back and forth between getting a PA and a frenum. Tomorrow is the day and I am still undecided. I want the PA but am a wimp and really concerned about the pain. Even reading experiences here, I'm scared as ever! Hahah Which one would be easier pain wise? I just need a little more courage. Is there a big difference between the pain of these two piercings? Also, if it helps... I'm thinking of piercing at an 8 gauge. Thanks for all the help in advance.
I just wanted to share how awesome the tribal dream ring is! This is a 1ga that I was able to slip into with almost no effort, thanks to the 2ga horseshoe I wore months before. The great thing about the ring is that it’s 2 pieces held together by a small torx screw… no worries about losing a ball or having to check regularly to make sure they’re tightened.
It took a couple weeks adjusting to the heavy weight of the ring, but it can finally hang freely in my boxers or commando, depending on the day.