The guiche piercing takes between 4 to 6 months to heal. This piercing is done at the bottom of the scrotum in a horizontal fashion. It is done through the perineum. It is located at the position of the inseam of the pants. The guiche piercing can be made greatly rousing by attaching weights to it. A fold of loose skin that projects outward would be ideal for this sort of piercing. However, this area is flat in a majority of the cases. This leads to migration or rejection of the piercing. Usually these piercings are slow to heal because of stress at the area from the person’s thighs and pants. The other factors leading to the slow healing process are perspiration in the area and the lack of ventilation. In some cases, an area of tender, inflamed tissue forms around the entrance of the piercing. To accelerate the healing process, the piercing should be kept dry and loose clothing that allows for free circulation of air should be worn. Usually, the area of inflamed tissue goes down as the process of healing takes place. Captive bead rings having a gauge of 10 to 12 and a diameter of 9/16 to 5/8 inches is considered to be ideal for initial use. The ring’s diameter should exceed the width of the piercing by at least 1/4 inch. Ideally, only 1/4th of the ring should pass through the piercing. Rings that are too small might cause migration and scarring. Such piercings tend to swell in the first 4 to 6 weeks. The ring should be large so that no there is no problem even when there is a swelling. The circular may get unscrewed when tension is created due to walking.
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