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Male Genital Piercing: The age-old Popularity of Prince Albert

Prince Albert piercing is probably the most popular male genital piercing. The Prince Albert scar quickly with relatively few complications. The Prince Albert piercing is performed on a relatively short distance and is, therefore, more impressive than painful for a vast majority of candidates.

Legend has it that Prince Albert (Queen Victoria’s husband, no Monaco) was pierced with the glans and his penis was tied to avoid any disgraceful bump in the tight trousers of the time; false information.

 

Prince Albert Piercing Location

The Prince Albert piercing is made by passing through the meatus (the entrance to the urethra) and emerging at the level of the frenum. For a circumcised man, it is possible to come out directly in the middle of the frenum; otherwise, you go on one of the sides. It is best to take the erect dimensions.

Prince Albert piercing can be done using a recipient tube or septal forceps to guide the needle or catheter, but some piercers prefer to do so by hand. Right after the act, the bleeding is often quite essential but very rarely serious. The following days, light bleeding may occur.

During the healing of Prince Albert, it is not unusual for discomfort to be felt at the site where the foreskin rubs against the jewel; this feeling passes quickly. Although urine is sterile from the human body, it is still very salty and can cause an uncomfortable feeling; expert recommends rinsing with water and drying after urination. Sexual intercourse is prohibited during the first month of healing of Prince Albert; even masturbation can become very painful. During the rest of the cure, it is important to use condoms, also if it is his / her usual partner.

 

Prince Albert Body Care

The healing of Prince Albert lasts about 3 to 4 months. A frequency of care is two times/day for 15 days, then one time/day. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water and dry with a clean towel.

Gently clean the piercing with a mild antibacterial soap by removing any residue (lymphatic concretions) with a compressor cotton swab, then rinse with warm water and dry. Soak in physiological saline for 5 minutes, gently move the jewel, then dry.

For a mucous membrane, do not use antiseptics; it is to be reserved in case of a beginning of infection. Do no more or fewer cleanings than recommended, you delay the healing of your Prince Albert. Indeed, too many cleanings prevent proper healing.

Expert strongly recommends the use of Easy Piercing products, their specific formulations are fully adapted and allow optimal healing. In case of the beginning of infection, take two daily cares with an antiseptic solution, if the problem persists more than two days or worse, contact your piercer without delay.

 

Home Remedies for Prince Albert

The physiological saline can be rather expensive in large quantities, but it is possible to achieve an elementary equivalence at home. Boil water in a saucepan for at least 2 minutes. Put in a mustard glass the equivalent of half a teaspoon of sea salt (to take advantage of the antiseptic power of iodine contained in small quantities), then pour the water. Cover with a saucer and let cool. This preparation is for single use but allows baths, Prince Albert, piercing in full.

 

Prince Albert Piercing Tips

During the healing of Prince Albert:

  • Check the tightness of the jewel during the cleanings or that the ball is well clipped in the ring
  • Do not attempt to remove or change your gemstone yourself without being satisfied that it can be replaced and in any case during the healing period
  • Avoid aspirin and other anticoagulants (alcohol in large quantities too) during the first 15 days of healing
  • Although it is often more comfortable for the uncircumcised to wear the foreskin riding on the ring during the day, maceration should be avoided. It is, therefore, necessary to be as much as possible decanted and air at home.
  • Do not touch your unhealed piercing; this is the primary cause of infections
  • Change the sheets once a week and do not lie on a sofa without protection for example.
  • Avoid public baths (swimming pool, sauna, etc.) and seawater during the first month of healing. Then you should bring your bottle of water and rinse and dry, right out of the salt water. Cleaning (including antiseptic solution) should be done after showering. Watch out for the sand on the beach.
  • Never put alcohol on your piercing: it hurts, and it prevents healing
  • Do not put a bandage, maceration preventing healing (except early days if bleeding).
  • Wearing underwear during the day creates a moist environment less conducive to healing. Expert, therefore, recommends that you do not wear it at home to ventilate and dry your piercing naturally.
  • For vegetarians and vegans, a supplement trace elements + zinc is recommended to boost healing (eat Tofu!).

After healing of Prince Albert:

  • Clean his jewel once a month after cure.
  • Always disinfect his jewels during changes
  • Never spend your jewellery “dry” if you feel resistance, use a little petrolatum or better, gel for condoms. It is safe because water based.
  • Do not leave your piercing without jewellery; it can close very quickly, even heal. The time is very variable according to the people, but it can happen in less than 8 hours for the first time.

It is not uncommon for the jewel to prevent the normal flow of urine and cause a deviation or a second jet. The best method is to sit down to urinate.

 

Which jewels for Prince Albert piercing?

During healing, the jewel of choice for Prince Albert is the ring because it allows for more accessible care. A ring of 2mm or 2.4mm thick is usually placed. After healing of Prince Albert, the minimum thickness to place is 3.2mm to avoid rips, and it is not uncommon, after successive enlargements, to place jewels of 6mm, 8mm or more. A ring (ball or segment), a horseshoe or a short and preferably curved barbell can be set. Of course, you should avoid spikes and other jewels with asperities. Click here to learn more.

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