How To Reverse A Prince Albert Piercing

Do you need to know how to reverse a Prince Albert piercing? A Prince Albert piercing of the male genitalia involves a ring being inserted through the head of the penis and out the urethra. If you want to reverse this piercing, there are several steps to take. In order for the piercing to close up, the body has to heal after the jewelry is removed.

Things you'll need:

  • Mild soap
  • Antibacterial ointment
  • Condoms

Here are the steps to reverse a Prince Albert piercing:

  1. Remove the jewelry. This is the first step to reverse a Prince Albert piercing. However, depending on how long you've had the piercing, you may still have a small scar or indent after the opening heals.
  2. Keep it clean. After you take the jewelry from your piercing, clean it thoroughly with mild soap and water. Apply antibacterial ointment and a bandage to prevent infection from developing in the opening in your skin. Make sure to use a condom during sexual intercourse while the piercing is healing.
  3. Give it time. Piercings in the male genitalia typically take anywhere from four weeks to six months to heal. This timeframe can depend on how long you've had the piercing. Make sure to keep the site of the piercing clean at all times until it is completely healed.
  4. Be aware of the signs of infection. If your Prince Albert piercing is sore, swollen, red or warm to the touch after removed your jewelry, see your doctor. He can prescribe an antibiotic to kill the infection.

 

 

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