Show less Piercing your penis can be an excellent way to ramp up your sex life, feel good about yourself, and get a piercing that nobody knows about. It's not for everyone, but if you think you might be interested, then read on. To pierce your own penis, start by purchasing your supplies, including a piece of titanium jewelry, a surgical needle, clamps, and safety gloves. During the first week or 2 after the piercing, soak your penis in a solution of warm water and salt from time to time to guard against infection. Additionally, try to avoid taking a bath or going swimming while the piercing heals, since these activities increase the infection risk. For tips on how to choose which piercing to put in your penis, keep reading!
FAQ's Frenum Piercing. Frenum piercings are inserted on the under side of the penis head in what is often referred to as the libido triangle. Jewellery placed in this area can be very stimulating for the male and their partners. Frenum piercings are placed under the line of the foreskin attachment to the 'head' of the penis, taking care that the foreskin is not restricted in movement. All genital piercings are anatomy dependant that's why you should always go to an experienced piercer. Migration can happen but these piercings seldom grow out. Jewellery can be a barbell or ring its a personal choice, gauge should be 14g or above.
The frenum is a versatile genital piercing that is second in popularity only to the Prince Albert. This skin joins the glans to the foreskin, and the bulk of it is commonly removed during circumcision. The remaining tissue is what is pierced on those who have been circumcised. The "traditional" frenum is located on the underside of the penis, through the pinchable surface tissue.
The Frenum is a very popular male piercing, second only to the Prince Albert. Its quick healing time and minimal pain and complications make for a very desirable piercing. The needle pierces through the flexible skin of the underside of the shaft just behind the glans head of the penis. There are two other variations of the frenum piercing: The lorum lower frenum placed at the base of the shaft near the scrotum and the ladder several frenum piercings from the base of the shaft to the top. Lorum Piercing The Lorum is a lower frenum placed at the base of the shaft near the scrotum.