A Frenum piercing takes about 2 to 4 months to heal. Frenum piercing refers to the piercing of the loose skin under the shaft. In order to determine the depth of such a piercing, it is necessary to check the strength of the tissue. Ideally frenum piercings have a width of 3/8 to 1/2 inches. When the piercing is done, it is not required for the penis to be erect. The erectness of the penis might change the position of the piercing. Sometimes, a series of piercings is undertaken in the frenum, which is called a Frenum Ladder. The lower part of the penis has thin and tight skin, due to which the jewelry may migrate or be rejected. If the barbells apply pressure on the skin behind them, there is an increase in stress at the area. When the piercing is done at the base of the penis, it is called a Lorum Piercing, which is the short form of Lower Frenum. In case the wearer is uncircumcised, the piercing is done inside the foreskin. Generally, a ring is chosen over a barbell, as it tends to be more comfortable. The piercing should be done only if the frenum is strong enough to support jewelry. Sometimes, men who are uncircumcised naturally have holes in the frenulum. Barbells having a gauge of 10 to 12 and a length of 1/2 to 5/8 inches are considered to be suitable for wearing in the initial stages. The length of the barbell should exceed the width of the piercing by at least 1/8 inches.
Captive Bead Rings should be used only when there is sufficient loose tissue available. The diameter of the ring should exceed the width of the piercing by at least 1/4 inches. Only 1/4 of the ring should pass through the piercing. If the ring is too small, it might cause the piercing to contract and migrate and cause a scar. The ring’s diameter should exceed the width of the piercing by at least 1/4 inch. Only 1/4 part of the ring should pass through the piercing. Rings that are too small tend to narrow the piercing and cause migration and scarring. After the process of healing is complete, a ring having a large diameter can be made use of which would comfortably fit the penis behind the corona. However, this can be utilized only if the location of the piercing is suitable. A loop made of wide, flat wire or round wire in the shape of a horseshoe is called a frenum loop. This is generally attached to a barbell. Sometimes, there are balls soldered on the loop in order to arouse the wearer’s partner.
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