Transurethral Piercings

Dolphin piercingTransurethral piercings are piercings that pass through the urethra.

These are genital piercings with a special placement made in such a way that part of the piercing hole (or passage) goes through the urethra. This is what “transurethral” means: “through the urethra”.

While the name “transurethral” may sound unusual, it is important to know that some of the most popular genital piercings are, in fact, transurethral. For example, Prince Albert (PA) piercing, the most common genital piercing in the world, is transurethral piercing.

Advantages of Transurethral Piercings

While it may seem extreme to do a piercing through the urethra, there are actually some advantages to these piercings. It is therefore not surprising to learn that many genital piercings, particularly male genital piercings, are, in fact, transurethral piercings.

The three main advantages to transurethral piercings are:

  1. Performing a piercing through urethra can actually help with healing and safety. The urine can help a lot with cleaning of the piercing, so this is why it’s useful to perform a piercing through the urethra.
  2. Easier piercing procedure. Since the urethra is a natural passage in the body, performing a piercing through it means less tissue to be actually pierced. It makes for a less painful and easier piercing experience.
  3. Enhanced sexual pleasure. Many people report that transurethral piercings and the jewelry help increasing sexual pleasure. Keep in mind that urethra is very sensitive and that its stimulation can be very arousing. Therefore, it is not surprising that transurethral piercings are often considered functional piercings, that is, they can increase sexual pleasure and make the experience more arousing.

Please note that while many transurethral piercings come with these advantages not all will provide the benefits. Some benefits also depend on the person. For example, one person might find a transurethral piercing arousing while the other person might not notice any increase in sexual pleasure. Keep in mind that these things are always individual.

Also, another advantage to transurethral piercings is that it can be used in a combination with some urethral toys. For example, Prince’s Wands toys typically use the hole made for a transurethral piercing. This is a great way to keep the urethral toy securely inside while you enjoy some arousing urethral play.

Types of Transurethral Piercings

There are many different types of transurethral piercings. Most of them are done on men, which is not surprising, since men have a longer and wider urethra.

The most popular transurethral piercings are:

Keep in mind that some of these piercings are always transurethral, such as PA piercing, while some of these piercing types have special placements that do not go through the urethra. For example, Ampallang and Apadravya piercings are not always done through the urethra.

Women have a much shorter urethra and are at more risk of urinary tract infections. For these reasons, transurethral piercings for women are rare. The only relatively popular transurethral piercing type for women is Princess Albertina. This is a female genital piercing made as an equivalent to male Prince Albert piercing.

Princess Albertina Piercing for Urethral Stimulation

Princess AlbertinaPrincess Albertina is a somewhat rare female genital piercing, but it offers one big advantage: it can help a woman experience urethral pleasure without the use of a toy. Instead, the piercing’s jewelry serves as a tiny urethral toy made for perfect arousal. This is a great way to try urethral stimulation without hassle!

Women who are intrigued by urethral stimulation are often scared to try it. While female urethral stimulation is very rewarding, it is still a somewhat unknown field. It is not something general public knows much about. This is why many women who find urethral stimulation fascinating and arousing face problems about learning how to perform urethral play safety and where to find female urethral toys.

Princess Albertina piercing is a great way to try urethral stimulation without any use of a toy. You don’t even need to know how to perform urethral stimulation. This genital piercing is very powerful and can stimulate your urethra, so it can be considered a functional piercing. If you wish to try some urethral stimulation to see if it’s right for you but you don’t want to use toys and learn how to perform urethral play, you may wish to get Princess Albertina piercing and see if this is something you find pleasurable.

Princess Albertina Piercing for Urethral Stimulation: How Does it Work?

As you probably know, Princess Albertina piercing is done on the genitalia. This is a female equivalent to male Prince Albert piercing. Just like male PA, Princess Albertina goes through the urethra.

Princess Albertina piercing is made to enter the urethra and it exits at the top of the vagina. If the piercing is positioned correctly, it should sit neatly between your inner labia. The positioning is important because the jewelry should be nicely tucked in between the labia so it’s comfortable and it won’t get snagged on your clothes or your other genital piercings.

Typically, Captive Bead Rings and other types of rings are used for this type of piercing, while some people choose to wear circular barbells, though this is a rarer case.

The jewelry goes through the urethra, which means it can massage your urethral walls. This is great news for those who wish to experiment with urethral stimulation. Many women find that they can stimulate their urethra simply by moving their jewelry. Others claim that the mere presence of the jewelry inside the urethra is erotic and pleasurable on its own. If you choose to get this piercing because of urethral massage, you may wish to experiment with different things to find what feels the best and what arouses you the most.

Additional Info and Tips

  • Princess Albertina piercing can increase the risk of urinary tract infections. Keep in mind that the jewelry goes through the urethra, which can cause not only irritations but also infections. Any urethral play increases the risk of urinary tract infections, and women are at the greater risk since their urethra is shorter than men’s urethra. This is why you need to be very careful with this piercing: make sure to clean your jewelry and hands before inserting or removing your jewelry.
  • Since this is a somewhat rare genital piercing, it is vital to find a piercer who is experienced and knows how to perform this piercing properly. You need someone who is knowledgeable enough or else you are in danger of injury, infections and other problems. It’s important to choose your piercer wisely!
  • While Princess Albertina piercing is made to increase sexual pleasure, keep in mind that it depends on the person. You might enjoy this piercing a lot or you may find that it’s not arousing at all. If you don’t enjoy it, or if you find that you don’t like urethral stimulation, you may choose to retire your piercing. That being said, Princess Albertina looks very nice so it’s an aesthetically pleasing piercing even if it’s not functional. Therefore, you might want to keep it even if it’s not arousing to you.
  • This piercing may alter the flow of urine, especially if it’s done at a larger gauge. This is something you need to watch out for during urination. This is particularly important for the healing time, when your piercing is most vulnerable.

Female Urethral Toys

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Female urethral stimulation may not be as popular or well-known as male urethral stimulation, but it exists. It exists and it’s as pleasurable and exciting as male urethral stimulation! All ladies who feel intrigued by this type of sexual pleasure can enjoy it to the fullest.

Unfortunately, there is not enough information about female urethral stimulation. Most of the articles and product recommendations are focused on men. This may leave many women confused about the subject. Some women may think that female urethral stimulation is impossible to achieve, while others struggle to find appropriate toys to fulfill their desire.

Here, we will outline some of the basic toys women can use to try urethral stimulation to the fullest. We will also mention some important rules one has to follow in order to preserve safety and full satisfaction.

Overview of Female Urethral Toys

Some women will find that they can use male urethral toys or universal urethral toys without a problem. In fact, most urethral toys are not labeled by gender, which means that they are not specifically made for men or women. In so many ways, this makes sense – a urethral toy is a urethral toy and in theory, it can be used by both men and women.

That being said, since female urethra is much shorter and somewhat tighter than male urethra, most women will need smaller and thinner urethral toys than those used by men.

You may think that starting with smallest toys is the only way to go. However, it’s important to know that longer toys are not necessarily bad for female urethral stimulation, as long as you don’t try to shove them too deeply into urethra. Typically, men use penis plugs for cock stuffing and sounds for deeper urethral stimulation, but many women find sounds to be more comfortable than penis plugs. This is because penis plugs are specially designed for penis use, while sounds are general urethral toys.

Therefore, the ideal female urethral toys will be shorter and thinner sounds, as well as smaller trainer toys (used for urethral stretching and training). When choosing a urethral toy for a woman, make sure it’s thin enough to accommodate the woman’s body.

Some recommended models and types of urethral toys suitable for women:

Full-Size Urethral Sounds:

  • Hank Sounds

    . These urethral sounds are among the shorter variants. They are typically made for urethral stretching so they come in smaller sizes and are suitable for beginners. They typically have a ridge at one point so you can use it as a stop marker to prevent you to go too deep. If you wish to try urethral sounding, it’s best to start with these.

  • Hegar Sounds

    . Hegar Sounds are among the safest urethral sounds on the market. Do not be intimidated by their length – they are among the most comfortable urethral toys. Just make sure not to go too deep. Depending on the size, these may be reserved for more experienced users.

  • Pratt Sounds

    . These sounds are a bit longer but are thin enough for women to use. If you want to go with Pratt Sounds, it’s best to choose Beginner’s Pratt Sounds since they are very thin. As with any other sound type, make sure not to go too deep. Depending on the size, these may be reserved for more experienced users.

Princess Albertina Piercing for Stimulating Urethra

Another interesting way to stimulate female urethra without toys is Princess Albertina piercing. This is a female genital piercing equivalent to male Prince Albert piercing. Princess Albertina passes through urethra and exits on the top of the vagina.

This piercing massages many sensitive spots inside urethra, so it can be very arousing. With Princess Albertina, you may be able to reach your urethra for stimulation just by rubbing your clitoris or by gently tugging on the jewelry.

In order to accommodate this piercing, a woman has to have large and wide enough urethra, so it’s ideal for those who have some experience with urethral stimulation.

Princess Albertina piercing can be very arousing but keep in mind that it increases the risk for urinary tract infections. It is therefore vital to consult a reliable piercer who is experienced at performing this type of piercings. You should also prepare for the possibility that the piercing might not work for you. However, if done correctly, it can help women stimulate their urethra.

How to Approach Urethral Stimulation

  • Once a woman is sexually aroused, the urethra enlarges and it’s easier to access it. This is why all women who wish to try urethral stimulation should strive to be aroused first. Once you are used to the feeling of urethral stimulation you can start from scratch, so to speak (begin a session with urethral stimulation without being previously aroused), but for beginners, the best and most comfortable way is to be aroused first. You can masturbate, have an intercourse or try some toys, but do not reach the orgasm. You need to be aroused and ready.
  • The urethral opening may seem very tiny, but it’s actually larger than it looks. It can definitely accommodate urethral toys, but they need to be properly lubed and you will need to train your urethra gradually. Do not expect great results from the first try (even though they can happen!) Start by simply inserting the tip of a toy to see how it feels. Later, go inch by inch by gently stretching your urethra. Make sure to use plenty of lube!
  • Many women claim that their most intense orgasms are during urethral stimulation and simultaneous clitoral stimulation. This is also the easiest way to ease yourself into urethral stimulation so make sure to always massage your clitoris during urethral play.
  • Urethral stimulation is fun but it carries a risk of urinary infections. To prevent this, you must always use only sterile toys. It is therefore best to use Surgical Steel urethral toys, since they can be properly sterilized. Make sure to take your time to sterilize your toys before each session! Also, after urethral play, don’t forget to clean your toys.
  • Everything used for urethral play: toys, lube, fingers, etc. has to be clean. Make sure to take precautions to stay safe.
  • Always, always use only toys specially designed for urethral use. This is the only way to go. Never attempt to insert any random object into your urethra. The toys are made to be used in this way and they accommodate the body perfectly. To stay safe and to prevent any potential injuries and other problems, use only special urethral toys.

Popularity of Genital Piercings

54tGenital piercings are often perceived as extreme and unusual piercings. For some people, the idea of having a pierced genitalia is “too much” on itself.

There are even some piercing enthusiasts who’d gladly pierce their eyebrow, tongue or even a nipple but will never consider a genital piercings.

While piercings are a personal decision that should always depend on individual tastes, it’s important to know that genital piercings are not as rare as some people think. In fact, they are very popular among piercing enthusiasts. While they are not as common as, say, navel piercings or ear piercings, they are more popular than people think.

In other words, if you are intrigued by genital piercings, go for them! You are certainly not alone in your preferences.

How Common are Genital Piercings?

There is no clear statistics on genital piercings, or piercings in general, so it’s difficult to estimate the numbers. However, anecdotal evidence and popular demand show that genital piercings are far from being rare. While they may be rare in overall population, they are popular among piercing enthusiasts.

Some sources indicate that female genital piercings are more popular than male genital piercings. At the same time, Prince Albert piercing seems to be the most popular genital piercing in the world. It’s clear that both men and women enjoy this type of piercing so if you wish to get an intimate piercing you need to know you’re not alone!

Trained Piercers

A good thing about popularity of genital piercings is that there are trained, experienced professionals who can perform them properly. With any type of a piercing, it’s vital to find a reliable studio and an experienced professional to perform the piercing. This is the only way to stay safe and have a problem-free piercing.

When choosing a piercer it’s important to find an experienced person. An experienced piercer is the one who’s not only knowledgeable about piercings in general but also in the type of piercing you’re interested in.

This is even more important when it comes to genital piercings and other sensitive piercings. Since genital piercings are more demanding and somewhat rarer than common piercings such as ear or navel piercings, it’s vital to find a piercer who is truly knowledgeable about the piercing you’re interested in.

Luckily, there are piercers specialized in genital piercings. There are also general piercers experienced with genital piercings. In other words, it’s not impossible to find a good piercer for your genital piercing. It is yet another proof of how popular genital piercings are. Again, they are not the most popular piercings in the world but they are more common than people think.

Most Popular Genital Piercings

The most popular genital piercings are:

For men:

For women:

Princess Albertina Piercing

Princess AlbertinaPrincess Albertina is a female genital piercing, an equivalent to male Prince Albert piercing.

This is a piercing performed through the urethra.

This is a rare genital piercing so it’s important to find a specialized piercer who is experienced with this type of piercings.

Piercing and Placement

Princess Albertina is designed as an equivalent to male Prince Albert piercing. However, while PA piercings are among the most popular male genital piercings, Princess Albertina is rare. It was designed in the 1990s and despite attracting a lot of attention it has remained one of the rarer genital piercings.

Part of the reason is the fact that it’s a challenging piercing that can cause problems and urinary tract infections in women. Despite these risks, it is possible to have a perfectly functional and comfortable Princess Albertina piercing, as long as it’s done right.

Princess Albertina piecing enters female urethra and exits at the top of the vagina. This piercing may alter the flow of urine so it’s something to be aware of during urination. Just like male PA piercing, this is a partially urethral piercing, so a great care has to be made during procedure and aftercare.

The piercing is usually positioned about 3/8” from the urethral opening. When positioned correctly, the piercing should sit in between the inner labia. This makes the jewelry “tucked in” so it doesn’t interfere with clothes or other genital piercings.

This is a complex piercing so it’s vital to find an experienced piercer who is specialized in performing it. This is the only way to ensure satisfaction and to reduce the risk of infections and other problems.

Despite being complex in terms of placement and procedure, this is not a painful piercing. Also, it heals pretty quickly, though it’s important to restrain from sex for at least two weeks after the procedure. It’s also vital to perform regular aftercare in order to prevent infections and other problems.

Jewelry

Typical jewelry for Princess Albertina is a Captive Bead Ring, though other types of rings can sometimes be used. Some people even choose to wear circular barbells, but this is rarer.

The gauge of the jewelry matches the gauge you’re pierced with. Princess Albertina is usually performed at 10 gauge or 8 gauge. It’s important that that the ring has a small diameter so it won’t cause problems during vaginal penetration (be it sex or using sex toys).

Most of the time, thicker jewelry reduces the risk of rejection and it increases stimulation during masturbation and sex.

Additional Info and Tips

  • In order to be able to get Princess Albertina piercings, your urethra has to be large enough. Not all women are built for this piercing. Before the procedure, make sure to consult your piercer to see if you are suited for this piercing.
  • Women who experiment with urethral stimulation are more likely have large enough urethra to accommodate Princess Albertina.
  • Princess Albertina carries a greater risk of urinary tract infections. This is because female urethra is shorter. Male PA piecing doesn’t carry the same risk because male urethra is longer. This is why PA is generally safer and less complex piercing than Princess Albertina.
  • Princess Albertina is considered a functional piercing, since it can increase sexual pleasure in some users. It can be very pleasurable during masturbation and sex. However, this aspect works mainly for women who enjoy urethral stimulation.
  • This piercing is easy to stretch, so you can wear 6 gauge jewelry or even larger.
  • During the healing time, make sure to drink plenty of water. It will dilute the urine which will make urination less painful during the initial healing time.
  • Scrunty piercing is an extreme form of Princess Albertina. It passes horizontally through the urethra.

Sex & Genital Piercings

SexMany people wonder if genital piercings improve sexual experience and make it more exciting. There are also those who fear that piercing on their intimate parts will actually make them enjoy sex less, or that the piercing will make sex impossible.

There is no one straight answer to these questions, but chances are that genital piercing won’t prevent you from having sex. In fact, some of the most popular intimate piercings are made with the goal of improving sex.

Great Sex and Piercing – How?

While they may seem serious, genital piercings are usually not dangerous when it comes to sex. It means that they will not prevent you to enjoy your favorite activities (alone or with a partner). However, it’s important to understand that there will probably be some changes.

First of all, you will need to wait until the piercing starts to heal. Most people can’t wait that long, so they start having sex almost as soon as the first pain is gone. It’s better to postpone sex for a few weeks, but if you can’t wait, you need to be very careful.

Another thing you need to know is that genital piercing change the sensations in certain erogenous zones. If done correctly, most standard piercings will improve your experience. You just need to get to know your body again and learn the new ways you can give and receive pleasure.

Genital piercings are a great way to start experimenting and discover what feels good. You can share this experience with your partner. After all, genital piercings are often stimulating for your partner, too. You need to be patient and learn how to experience new pleasure and how to use your piercing and jewelry to satisfy yourself and your partner.

Genital Piercing and Oral Sex

Many people claim genital piercings greatly improve oral sex. Sometimes, it means heightened pleasure and all the news ways your partner can manipulate the jewelry with their tongue. Other times, the idea of orally pleasuring someone with a genital piercing is arousing on its own.

To have fun with oral sex, it’s best to wait until the genital piercing is fully healed. Once it’s ready, you can start experimenting with all the exciting new ways you can give and receive pleasure.

Jewelry can help a lot: it is there to touch and rub all the sensitive zones. You may use your tongue or teeth to pull and manipulate jewelry and make your partner experience new and exciting pleasures.

One word of warning: make sure that jewelry is secured and made of high-quality materials. Never give or receive oral sex if the jewelry is loose or poorly made. You don’t want jewelry caught between the teeth or swallowed. For these reasons, use only high quality, body-friendly jewelry you know it’s safe.

What about Condoms?

Safe sex is important, and condoms are there to ensure it. Genital piercings may seem to make this matter more complicated. Many men wonder if they can wear condoms during sex and if the jewelry will make condoms break.

The good news is that genital jewelry is usually not a problem for condoms. While it may seem sharp, most of the standard genital jewelry is actually pretty smooth. There are no rough edges that would make condoms to break.

In fact, you are required to wear a condom during the first stages of the healing. Fresh piercings require a condom to be present because it’s important to keep the piercing clean and without contact to other person’s bodily fluids. Not to mention that the piercing itself is very sensitive and prone to inflammation. For these reasons, wearing a condom during the first stages of healing is a must.

All in all, you shouldn’t worry about wearing a condom with your penis piercing. However, make sure that the jewelry you choose is smooth and without any ornaments or rough edges. This will minimize the chances of breakage.

Also, let’s not forget about female genital piercings. Most of them do not come in close contact with the condom itself, but some piercings (such as inner labia or fourchette) do come in contact with the penis and condom. If you have one of these piercings, make sure to always wear smooth, simple jewelry that will not scratch the condom.

Female Piercing Article

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