Everything About ​Prince Albert Piercing and Other Penis Piercings

Genital piercings look hot and also make sex feels more intense. There are many types of genital piercing, such as clitoris piercing, vulvas piercing, nipple piercing and penis piercing. Penis piercings are very popular among men who pursue ultimate and special sexual experiences. If you want to get a penis piercing or are curious about penis piercings, you should read this guide on penis piercings.

Different Styles of Penis Piercing

  • Prince Albert piercing. The Prince Albert piercing is one of the most common and popular penis piercings. The ball bar enters through the underside of the penis and exits through the eye at the head of the penis. That means the jewelry would go into your urethra.
  • Reverse Prince Albert. The jewelry enters through the middle and the top of the glans, into the wall of the urethra and exit at the meatus. Suitable jewelry for this piercing includes curved barbells or circular barbells.
  • Deep Shaft Reverse Prince Albert. The jewelry enters at a further point at the penis shaft and goes into the wall of the urethra and exits at the meatus. Suitable jewelry is curved barbells.
  • Frenum. This penis piercing style is also called Jacob’s Ladder. The jewelry goes through the loose skin under the glans and below the “V”. Suitable Jewelry for these piercings includes straight barbells or captive bead rings. Some men add an attachment called Frenum ring to the jewelry to stimulate their partner.
  • Apadravya. The jewelry penetrates vertically through glans. It enters through the underside of the glans below the “v”, goes into the urethra, from the inside of the urethra it comes out at the top of the glans. Jewelry can provide extra stimulation to the wearer’s partner.

  • Ampallang. A straight barbell penetrates horizontally through the glans. This piecing not only looks striking but also give extra stimulation to the wearer’s partner.

Price of Penis Piercing

The price of a penis piercing varies from $50 to several hundred dollars. Usually, the cost consists of:

  • Service. As low as $40 or as high as $100.
  • Jewelry. From $15 basic steel or to hundreds for gold, platinum.
  • Tips. From 20 percent or higher for high-quality service.

Price can vary largely due to a few factors. Location is the first factor. The other factors are service quality and jewelry quality, etc. The reputation of the studio can affect the price too. Studios with a great reputation accept more clients than other studios, so the price is usually higher.

Material Options

  • Surgical titanium. Less likely to cause irritation or allergic reaction in sensitive skin.
  • Niobium. More resilient and durable to wear and tear than normal metal.
  • Gold. 14-karat yellow or white gold can prevent infections during healing. Do remember not to use Gold-plated jewelry because they are more likely to cause and allergic reactions infections.
  • Platinum. More study than normal metal but is also much more expensive.

How is a Penis Piercing Done

  • You need to consult your piercer about which style to choose. Is this style viable for you and your penis? The jewelry style and material also need to be discussed.
  • Trim and wash the part. Making the part clean and tidy skin helps the piercer to operate.
  • You don’t need to be erect. Usually, you’ll be talked through the process. So just do what the piercer asks. You’ll be asked to do the best position depends on the piecing. The piercer will mark points on your penis from where the needle enters through and come out. If you are happy with the placement the piercer will start the pivotal operation. They usually let you inhale deeply and slowly and when you exhale the operation is done. After some clean and check you are allowed to dress up.

The Healing Process

  • Healing time varies. It depends on which style you choose and your health condition. In some cases, it takes 6 months to fully heal. But in most cases, it only takes 6 to 8 weeks.
  • Not following the aftercare instructions may slow the healing process.
  • You need to see a doctor if you experience these symptoms: yellowish or greenish pus; skin that feels hot when you touch; fever.
  • Cleaning and care. Your piercer will give you detailed instructions on aftercare. Stick to the instruction to avoid infections.

Risks Associated With Penis Piercing

  • The jewelry can hurt your partner’s tissue. The jewelry can injure the sensitive area of your partner while having sex. If any injury occurs, you must take your partner to the hospital because the injuries can not heal without medical help.
  • Increased risks of sexually transmitted infections. Since you have a wound on the penis, the possibility of exchanging fluids with others becomes bigger. Besides, the jewelry often breaks the condom too.
  • Infections. Bacteria can go from the piercing hole and infect the tissue there or further. If Bacteria enter the urethra, your deeper urinary tract will be in danger of infection