Do it yourself Prince Albert!

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  1. dolf250

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    I needed a plate in what I think is the P/A pattern (though I am starting to think I have the pattern name wrong.) Anyhow, I saw a very reasonably priced way to get a Prince Albert piercing done.
    eBay: Prince Albert Body Piercing Kit CBR freehand PA (item 190081852947 end time Feb-17-07 18:50:09 PST)
    Just follow the link and for under two dollars American you are on your way to the penis of your dreams. If interested, he also has nipple piercing kits and nostril screw piercing kits priced in a very attractive manner.

    Please, I need somebody to tell me that this is a VERY bad joke and that there really is not anybody dumb enough to mutilate themselves at home. After all, that should be left to the professionals.:biggrin1:
     
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    Yikes.

    Some folks are into DIY body piercing, but if you're going to give yourself a PA:

    • 14 gauge is too thin for the initial jewelry; the thinner the gauge, the higher the chance of having it rip during sex (the analogy that a lot of piercers use is a wire cheese slicer).
    • A PA should be performed with a receiving tube. A receiving tube is, basically, a metal catheter that protects you from accidentally nicking the urethra in an unwanted place if you push the needle in at the wrong angle, or if your hand is at all shaky during the piercing. There's no receiving tube included in this kit.
    • The picture shows that the material is packaged in an autoclave bag, but the ad fails to state whether the material has actually been autoclaved. How sterile is this needle?
    • While the advertiser goes to great lengths to mention that the needle is made of "implant grade surgical stainless steel", there's no mention at all of what material was used in the jewelry. To me, that raises a red flag warning that the jewelry may be inferior in some way. (And the $1.89 "buy it now" price wouldn't cover the cost of quality jewelry.)
     
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    I can see that turning out very badly after a bit of dutch courage bought on by ' Beer binge night'
     
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    It hurts just thinking about it
     
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    how much for the extra set of hands that would be needed???
     
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    The first things I thought of were almost exactly of mindseye's, I've read numerous things about the PA, and didn't see anything about including a receiving tube. That ring can't be the right thickness, among other things...
    Just better to spend the $90 to get it done professionally.
     
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    Well, it was a royal Albert pattern. Why did nobody here tell me?

    I guess I should have guessed that there would be a number of people on this board who would be able to pinpoint my sense of discomfort with a $2.00 kit into more concrete terms and give specific reasons. I suppose that an incomplete kit, cheap jewelry and questions about the sterilization of the items included are better reasons to run than a “gut feeling.”

    I looked at the guys feedback, and apparently he has around 5000 customers. I know my uncle pierced his ear at home in the 80's with a sewing needle. But your nose, nipples and even your (most prized) appendage?!? I would not only save the two dollars, but save the 90 and just skip it. I know- to each his own- but who would you ever trust to puncture your privates with a pin? A slip or an infection and you are looking at some serious repercussions. Perhaps a surgeon with an anesthesiologist on staff would have a chance at gaining my trust; a 30 year old fellow in the back room of a tattoo parlour or a trusted friend in my living room are not going to see me dropping my pants and handing them a needle.
     
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    Austin has more tattoo and piercing shops per capita than any other city in the world. I know more piercers than I can shake a stick at. They'd all agree that self piercing carries no problems.............if you know what you're doing.:rolleyes:
     
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    Agreed.

    I don't think I could get a needle anywhere near my wickey-woo-wah, let alone pierce it myself.
     
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    Did my own PA no pain and almost no blood healed up in one month. A little crazy but did mine with a jumbo paper clip, boy did the piercer get a laugh when I went to buy the jewlery!!
     
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    Well skin is only about 1mm thick... but the sterility of anything being placed down the urethra is what makes me wonder. Then when you pierce it through, you are placing the bacteria right into the skin/wound. I would never in a million years have tried to pierce my own hood.. never...
     
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    Take it fom me...go to a professional
     
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    Babe, you have one of the best examples of a PA. I adore the large scale ones, and it looks amazing on you!
     
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    In complete agreement, on all counts!:biggrin1:
     
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    Wrey, yours is awesome too.. :p
     
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    Like you said, to each his own. (I'm assuming that since we're talking about Prince Alberts, "to each his own" won't be viewed as sexist. ;) )

    The APP is the leading professional organization for the certification of body piercers. Certification is a year-long process, and requires training in sterilization, cross-contamination, blood-borne pathogens, CPR, anatomy, hygiene, and other areas.

    I'd be more trusting of a professional who'd been trained specifically in body piercing than of a general surgeon; much in the same way that I'd rather have my taxes done by an accountant than by someone who was just merely 'good with numbers'.

    My PA was done by an APP-certified piercer, as were all of my body piercings after the first one.
     
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    My - Do It Yourself Prince Albert piercing

    I went to a certified "professional" in London to get an ampallang and nipple piercing many years ago. I was not impressed with the hygiene of the piercer. After he had donned his gloves he went to the toilet! And then when he was about to make the piercing, the phone rang and he answered it still wearing his gloves, which he didn't change. He also put in scratched jewellery, which I didn't realise until a month later when I was still feeling pain from the ring in the ampallang. The only thing professional about him was his confidence and the price he charged.

    Luckily I didn't get an infection. A number of years later I took out the ampallang because my boyfriend wouldn't suck my dick with it in. When I became single again, I missed the added stimulation of having a pierced dick. And since I live way out in the country side with no piercers within 2 hours travel, I decided to DIY a Prince Albert. This is what I used:

    • 1 Bic ballpoint pen with transparent outer sheath.
    • Kitchen wooden spoon
    • 800 grade metal abrasion paper
    • Jeweller's lupe x 20 magnification
    • 3 mm kitting needle
    • Wire cutters
    • a 2mm drill bit for metal
    • Stainless steel table knife with smooth handle
    • Soap and water
    • Emla cream (hemerrhoid cream is a cheaper option)
    • Cotton buds/Q-tips
    • Isopropyl alcohol 95%
    • Extra virgin olive oil in an egg cup
    • 1 fine tipped permanent marker
    • Tweezers
    • Matches
    • 2.4 mm thick 22 mm long banana bell with 6 mm balls
    • Clean cotton tea towel
    Preparing the piercing tools

    I took the ball point and ink tube out of the Bic pen's outer sheath. These are not used. Using the fine abrasive paper I rounded the tapered end of the Bic sheath until it was completely smooth to the touch, and removed the raised trademark icon on the sheath too. Then I rubbed the sheath with the wooden handle of a kitchen spoon to smooth the plastic further. Hard wood is harder than plastic and will smooth roughness. I inspected the treated surfaces with the jeweller's lupe, and worked on any areas that were still visibly rough.

    I washed my hands and my dick with soap and water, disinfected the sheath with alcohol, inside and out, then put Emla cream on it and very gently, and very slowly, inserted it about 4 cm into my urethra, and also put Emla cream around the frenulum area where the piercing was to go.

    While the cream was taking effect, I began on making my piercing needle.

    With the wire cutters I cut off 8 cm from the pointed end of the knitting needle, then used the abrasive paper to file flat the fat end. The pointed end, I filed to a very gradually tapering cone ending in a very sharp point. This took about 30 minutes to do. Then I used the 2mm drill bit to make a 2mm depression in the flat end of the needle, in order to receive the bananabell later. I could do this by turning the drill bit between my fingers, because the knitting needle is made of soft metal. Then I smoothed the needle in the same way that I did the Bic sheath, checking it for roughness using the lupe and this time smoothing the needle with the handle of a stainless steel table knife, which is harder than the soft metal of the needle. By the time I had a really sharp point and very smooth needle the Emla cream had made my urethra and frenulum completely numb.

    I washed my hands, my dick, the needle, the banana bell, the tweezers, the permanent marker and the Bic sheath with soap and water and then disinfected them all (including hands and dick) with alcohol. And place all the items on the clean cloth.

    Then I flamed the bananabell with its ball screwed on, over a couple of matches, holding it with the tweezers. Then unscrewed it, swabbed it with alcohol again and placed it on the cloth. I marked the spot beside my frenulum on my dick for the piercing, inserted the Bic sheath into my urethra with my non-writing hand, until it was pressing against the marked spot from the inside and precisely aligned. Then with my writing hand (greater accuracy and dexterity), I dipped the needle into some olive oil (which lubricates and is anti-bacterial) and pressed the needle into the marked spot, through the skin, half way into the receiving sheath. This was completely painless, and there was almost no blood.

    At this point the tip of the needle was visible inside the plastic sheath where it emerged from the end of my my urethra. I placed the screw end of the bananabell against the depression in the needle and pushed the needle in one smooth movement through the pierced hole, following through with the jewellery, without stopping or loosing contact between the jewellery and the needle, until the bananabell was inside the Bic sheath and the screw end was visible at the end of my urethra. The needle was sticking out of the end of the sheath, and I withdrew it. Then I withdrew the sheath, leaving the screw end of the bananabell sticking out of my urethra, and then screwed on the ball. Then I urinated to flush out any blood and Emla cream. All of this was completely painless. I felt nothing at all, except my pulse racing.

    Finally I dripped some olive oil onto my dick and put a clean cotton sock over it.

    There was a little bleeding, maybe a teaspoon, and soreness when the effect of the Emla cream wore off. My dick was a little bit swollen and super sensitive for about 2 days, which was excruciatingly pleasurable - like having my dick head licked with every step that I took. And then it settled down.

    The placement was perfect, and I have the satisfaction of having done my own PA.

    I washed my dick with urine, soap & water and slid olive oil into the piercing twice a day for 3 weeks.

    A month later, I can say that I've had no problems, slight soreness in the beginning, but that soon went away. I've had greatly increased pleasure, even though I have been very gentle when masturbating. I'm about to increase the width to a 3mm bananabell.

    My objective is to wear a 4 or 5 mm thick captive ball ring with an 8 mm ball to push in and out of my urethra. I can't use sounds because I get urinary infections, no matter how carefully I sanitise the sounds, so a ball sliding in and out of the end of my urethra is the next best thing. I'll be using a short prince's wand too.

    Now I need to find a boyfriend who likes sucking pierced dicks.

    I hope this was informative and I didn't miss any necessary detail in describing my procedure.
     
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