Going to a questionable piercing shop can put you at risk for tetanus, HIV, hepatitis B and C, and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Sometimes, vaginal piercings can lead to bleeding, scarring, or an allergic reaction. Piercing behind the clitoris may interfere with blood flow.
In this way, can you lose feeling if you get your hood pierced?
A ‘vertical clitoral hood‘ piercing is the most common female genital piercing. … Piercing behind the clitoris may interfere with blood flow. There is a fear with many female genital piercings that you could lose all clitoral sensation.
Hereof, how do you clean a hood piercing?
Vulva piercings typically heal fast and easily. Rinse the outside of the piercing and clean the jewelry a few times a day with sterile saline solution. It is normal for inner labia and clit hood piercings to bleed a little for the first couple of days.
Can hood piercing cause UTI?
Risk of UTI
There is a lot of touching required when you’re getting your vaginal area pierced. If the equipment, hands or anything that’s touching your lady part is not sanitized properly, there are chances of you catching a urinary tract infection.
about 12 mm
“For women, the VCH [vertical clitoral hood] is by far the most popular,” says Angel, who is widely considered a seminal figure in the piercing phenomenon. “It is easy to get, quick to heal, and fun to have there.” The VCH is a piercing through the tissue above the clitoris that can stimulate the clitoris during sex.
Healing usually takes 3 to 4 weeks. During that time, you should: Rinse your tongue or lip piercing after every meal or snack and before bed. Use warm salt water or an antibacterial, alcohol-free mouthwash.
Tattoos and body piercings provide an opening in the skin that may allow germs to enter your body and cause infections. These infections could cause sepsis. It’s for this reason that anyone who receives a tattoo or piercing must take special care to reduce the risk of contracting an infection.
Signs of infection include:
- Bad smell.
- A rash at or around the piercing site.
DO NOT USE Q-tips® or Cotton Balls
Dabbing saline solution on your piercing with Q-tips® or cotton balls does little to help. Plus, you can irritate your piercing with cotton fibers that can get trapped around your piercing. Stick with a soak or rinse instead.