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Postby Skarlet » Thu Mar 11, 2010 4:43 pm

Hi Everyone,

Just need to share that I got a new piercing yesterday, it is an intimate one, and so I haven't really been able to say to anyone, but I am really proud of myself for being brave and going ahead with it. No one in my family would really understand why I got it.I won't say what it is, being that this is a family forum, but if you want to know pm me. Though this is really just so I can get the telling people out of my system. :D

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Re: New Piercing

Postby captainf » Thu Mar 11, 2010 4:47 pm

haha I think I can guess where that is. Assuming i'm right, didnt it hurt? Why get one there? haha.
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Re: New Piercing

Postby snail » Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:10 pm

Wow, Skarlet, you're brave! I've often thought about it, as I've heard it really does make it easier to get aroused, but the thought of an injury in that place :o :o :o

I know you can't discuss some details, but how much did it cost, how did you find a reputable piercer, how long did it take, and, of course, what was the pain like? Can you remove it or is it one of those bar ones?
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Re: New Piercing

Postby Skarlet » Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:18 pm

It cost me 32 pounds with the jewellry, it was a place in brighton, that had online reviews, and they are all health checked, professionals with degrees or qualifications in anatomy. I have been in there, and they looked clean and completely easy to talk to- plus female piercers.

I had it done in my lunch break, the actual piercing only took about I guess 3 minutes, she had a long chat about placements, how to clean it, and setting up (it was soo clean, she put clingfilm over everything, a condom on her pliers. so I was in there about 20 minutes or so. The pain was really sharp and I swore, than it eased, and it hurt to put the bcr in. but once that was done it was good. (She told me I did really well). The pain was completely bearable though. I have to go back to see them in 2 months, for a check up and so she can show me how to change the jewelery. They recommend a ball closure ring, as they heal better, but I can change to a barbell when its healed- which should be about 2 months. Actually piercings there heal easier than your ear. lol.
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Re: New Piercing

Postby snail » Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:23 pm

PLIERS :o
*Snail faints*


Surely there was some anesthetic used though?
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Re: New Piercing

Postby Skarlet » Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:27 pm

No, no anesthetic used. I don't think I would want it numbed. lol.

This is the text from their website.

No. In accordance to 'The Use of Anaesthetic Act', the only anaesthetic we could legally use is not effective, carries many side effects and the piercing would take longer to heal.

Besides, you won't need anaesthetic as the piercing won't be as painful as you'd think!

Pliers to pull the jewellery through the piercing.
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Re: New Piercing

Postby snail » Thu Mar 11, 2010 7:41 pm

NO ANAESTHETIC :o
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Re: New Piercing

Postby peecee » Thu Mar 11, 2010 8:31 pm

*Pee joins Snail on the floor*
When I had my EARS pierced I fainted!!! :o (I was 10, but I'd probably faint if I had them done today...)

Em - does this mean you have to behave yourself for a couple of months? :wink:
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Re: New Piercing

Postby RagDoll » Thu Mar 11, 2010 9:56 pm

Ouch! You are brave! I have got a couple of piercings and a tattoo, but I don't think I'd be brave enough to get pierced there
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Re: New Piercing

Postby Skarlet » Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:20 pm

Yes, well no sex (of any kind for 2 weeks) then only with a condom or dental dam for 8 weeks.

I wanted it before my bf, but he didn't like them, now I am single, seems an opportune time. :)
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Re: New Piercing

Postby captainf » Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:12 am

Thats interesting. Dont you have to take it out when you have sex? I thought it would be uncomfortable.
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Re: New Piercing

Postby Skarlet » Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:21 am

No, stays in all the time. If you keep taking it out it could close, and it would b difficult. I can't change the jewellery for 2 months. This particular type is known for it's benefits in that area as Snail alluded to earlier. It's part of the reason I had it.
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Re: New Piercing

Postby captainf » Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:33 am

Ahh I see, interesting! Isnt it uncomfortable for the guy though?
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Re: New Piercing

Postby snail » Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:40 am

I doubt he will feel it during 'normal' activities. I've had partners with piercings, and you don't feel them really, even though as a woman they are in quite close contact with you when it's the male who has them. It's more the partner with the piercing who gets the benefits.
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Re: New Piercing

Postby captainf » Fri Mar 12, 2010 12:42 am

Thanks for answering my question :)
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