Black circular barbell with cones, 14 ga
Quotes from Piercing FAQ
TREATING GENITAL PIERCINGS
Wash your hands thoroughly with antibacterial soap before touching your piercing or jewelry.
Genital piercings should be cleaned following the instructions for body piercings. Cleaning products may irritate the urethra in both men and women and the vagina in the case of women. After cleaning urinate to flush out any residues in the urethral opening. Women should take care not to let any cleaning agent enter the vagina and to rinse thoroughly with water as the depletion of bacteria may contribute to the incidence of yeast infections (Candida albicans). Women should use the most lint-free toilet tissue available.
Do not allow your piercing to come in contact with another person9s bodily fluids during the healing process. This includes saliva (of others and your own) as well as semen. Your own urine is non-pathogenic as long as you do not have a bladder or urinary tract infection. There is no need to clean the piercing after urinating although some people find rinsing with cool water soothing. While a new or unhealed genital piercing does not prevent sexual activity latex barriers should be used (condom, dental dam).
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