If you are thinking of doing a foreskin piercing at the end of your restoration I would suggest thinking about it carefully. I only say this from experience. After I did my piercing I wanted more skin so I had to wait for it to heal and then when using my DTR it would sometimes get irritated so I would have to stop for a week slowing my restoring.
The tools I used to make my foreskin piercing.
- 10gauge piercing needle,
- 1 clamp
- 2-10 gauge 3/4 inch CBR's
- washable non toxic marker
First I had to find the foreskin edge. I did this by rolling the skin back and
forward about 10
times to make sure this is where it sat normally.
Then I marked two
dots with a piercing
marker ( non toxic marker will work )
one dot on each side of the edge.
This picture shows the foreskin edge marks with a line to show you
where the edge is when the foreskin is forward. I then measured on half
inch up and down to give me a full inch of skin to pierce. You can see
the holes near the dots where my piercing really ends up after it heals.
This will flatten out a little more after about 6-8 months total heal time.
When the skin fully heals the skin will be softer and less noticeable.
After I made the marks I used a flash light to shine through the skin to
make sure I wasn't going to pierce into a large vein.
Using a piercing clamp I clamped the skin to be pierced and
pushed the piercing needle where i had made my mark
( shown enhanced ) After the needle was through the skin
I put a 10 g CBR into the hole carefully released the clamp
and snapped the CBR's retaining ball in. Then repeated
the same thing on the other side.
The piercing will get swollen for a few days then the
healing process starts. It
can take 4-12 months to fully heal. This is not to say
you can't have sex or do
any other activity but saying it takes 2-6 months
to heal is misleading. The
skin takes time to complete the process so that the
pierced skin acts and feels
like normal skin.
When I did the piercing I used 2 rings one on each side
of the foreskin. I used a silicon O-ring as a keeper to
keep the foreskin from moving around to much
which can aggravate a new piercing. I would take the
O-ring off to shower and to soak the piercing twice a
day with saltwater. The rings I used at first where
10gauge by 3/4 of an inch. The rings shown here
are 6ga by 5/8.
I made sure the piercing were a little towards the bottom of
the urethra so it would not interfere with urination when
there was one ring threw both holes. As the piercing heals
you can't play with it or touch it unless your cleaning it!
If your going to do this
yourself make sure you use new piercing needles! Don't
use a sewing needle or some
other blunt object. Piecing needles are very sharp and are
made to go into skin with ease.
(check on Ebay to buy needles and rings ) There not expensive
and you will have less chance of hurting yourself. Anyone
doing this piercing should get it done by a licensed body
piercer. Don't do this yourself unless you know what your
doing! So I hope this answers most of the questions on
how I did the piercing. thanks chuck.