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  A piercing in the foreskin of the clitoris usually heals in 2-3 months. It can be placed horizontally or vertically, this is determined by anatomy. We mostly set vertically, and with a bent barbell in 2mm thickness. It can also be set with a straight barbell or ring.


 A christinapiercing takes at least 6-9 months to heal, and is also anatomically determined. Do you have a fairly flat anatomy it is considered a surface piercing, and then has the possibility of being ejected from the body.
We pierce with special christina jewelery in 1.6mm thickness. You should come for a check-up after 2-3 months to assess whether the jewelery should be changed to a shorter one.


  Inner labia piercing heals in 3-4 weeks. Here we pierce with rings from 2 mm thick.


  Piercing in the outer labia is most often inserted with rings from 2 mm thick, but can also be inserted with straight or bent barbells.
Takes 3-6 months to heal.



  A triangle piercing sits below the clitoral attachment, and is perhaps the location that can give the most effect during stimulation. But it is also anatomically determined, and there are not that many people who are suitable. We put this with a bent horseshoe ring in 2mm thickness, then you can change to a ring when the piercing has healed after 4-6 months.


  A fourchette piercing sits below the vaginal opening, if there is a suitable fold to pierce. This placement is reasonably rare, so we cannot  say that we pierce it a lot. But it works fine to grow with both ring and barbell in a minimum thickness of 2mm. Grow time 6-8 weeks.


A Prince Albert piercing goes in through the urethra and comes out at the string on the underside of the glans. We mostly put a ring of 2.5 or 3.2 mm thickness, but you can also put it with a bent barbell. It grows in 6-8 weeks and is easy to extend. One should preferably wait a few months before starting to stretch this piercing.


"Frenum" comes from frenulum which means "string", and thus sits in the string under the head of the penis. Here we pierce with a straight barbell in 2.5 mm, then you can change to a ring when the piercing has healed. Grow time 2-3 months.


  Piercing in the scrotum is often called hafada, but the one that sits exactly in the transition between the penis and scrotum can also be referred to as "lorum" (from low frenum). We mostly set these with 2.5mm jewellery, and both ring and straight or bent (depending on anatomy) barbell can work. Grow time 2-4 months.


  Piercings in the foreskin are mostly placed in the natural edge that occurs when the penis is relaxed. Set with a ring or barbell, usually 2.5mm thick. Grotid 2-3 months.

  An ampallang sits horizontally through the head of the penis, an apadravya sits vertically. Pierces with 2.5mm barbell. Grow time 4-6 months.





   A guiche piercing sits in the perineum, i.e. the area between the scrotum and anus. We pierce these in 2.5 or 3.2 mm thickness, often with a ring but also with a straight or bent barbell depending on the anatomy. Grow time 2-4 months.


  A pubic piercing sits above the penis, and is considered a surface piercing. This means that the jewelery sits in a flat area, and it will be easier for the body to eject the jewellery. We most often set a bent 2mm barbell, but also sometimes a surface bar. Grow time 4-6 months.


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