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Genital Piercing Aftercare:

- Even if you are in a fluid-sharing relationship you will want to use protection/barriers for the first two to three weeks

- After a few days to a week, once you feel up to it, start with gentle play, listen to your body, and if it hurts then try again later on in a few days

- Be sure to wash with mild, unscented soap & water after any type of play, this includes solo play if using lubricants and/or toys, even personal ones

- You don't need to wash after urination, your pee is clean to you and will simply help flush the area...but staying hydrated right now will help this be as comfortable as possible

- Clean your piercing once a day, preferably at the end of your shower, wash your hands with soap to start

- Use a mild, unscented soap and gently wash the area around your piercing


- Take a few extra minutes to let the warm water run over your piercing, allowing soap and debris to be washed away

- Dry the area gently with a tissue or clean square of toilet paper once you get out of the shower

- If there are any visible crusties on the outside of your piercing, gently wipe them off with a tissue or a fresh square of toilet paper (NOT a q-tip, the cotton fibres get wrapped around the jewelry)

- If the crusties don't come off easily, leave them alone and try again tomorrow

- Stay out of lakes, hot tubs, saunas, etc. for at least three to four weeks

- Make sure to consult your piercer before changing or removing your jewellery


- Avoid touching your piercing or the surrounding area except to clean it in the shower

- Do not use Q-tips; the cotton fibres are strong and can easily get wrapped around your jewellery, causing irritation & making a perfect place for debris to collect

- Do not use rubbing alcohol, peroxide, antibiotic ointments/creams, ear piercing solution, bactine spray, etc. - all these products are for external use only, which means keep away from your piercing)

- Avoid other people's bodily fluids - their germs are different than yours

- Avoid any weird healing methods your friends may have used - please ask us first!


- Change your bed sheets and pillowcases more frequently while healing

- Be sure to check and, if necessary, tighten any threaded beads/disks/ends/gems on your jewellery on a regular basis, with clean hands of course! (righty tighty, lefty loosey)

- Personal hygiene plays a huge role in promoting good healing, so wash your hair and body on a regular basis

- General good health will help a lot with healing your piercing; get a good night's sleep, eat healthy, drink lots of water, etc.


The better you adhere to these guidelines and listen to what your body has to say, the better you should heal. If you have any questions or concerns, we encourage you to CALL US! We will be able to provide you with the right information regarding your modification!  // 403.984.3232  //  1528 - 17th Ave SW  //  Open Thurs-Mon 12 noon until about 7pm
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