re-piercing horizontal hood

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Thursday July 31st, 2008 @ 2:04 AM

Filed under: Female Genital

I had my hood pierced (horizontally) about 14 years ago. I stretched it from 14g to 8g and ended up taking it out about 5 years ago (for no real reason other than a change).

I really want my hood piercing back, and I’m wondering if a re-piercing would be difficult due to scar tissue (I can feel exactly where the piercing was).

After stretching it, would it be possible to get a 14g barbell through it again or should it be re-pierced?

Many thanks in advance…

You got it done 14 years ago and its been out 5 years now. Thus means you had your Horizontal Hood piercing for roughly 9 years, which you managed to stretch it from a 14ga to an 8ga.

My suggestion/advice to you is to visit a piercing studio and have them first attempt to pass a Insertion Taper through the pathway to see if the piercing is still open and viable to insert jewelry into. As I believe you won’t need to go through the piercing process all over again, instead just tapering it to the right size.

So let them see if they can insert a 14ga Taper through the pathway. If that slides through easily, have them try to slide a 12ga through and just keep doing so until the taper slides through snuggly and without any resistance.

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2 Responses to “re-piercing horizontal hood”

  1. awesome, thanks! thats what i was hoping you would say :)

    pillcrusher on July 31st, 2008 at 6:29 am
  2. I had a vertical hood peircing for about seven or eight months and removed it …I can still get my ring through the top but I’m afraid to go further because I dnt want to damage anything and since removing it I’ve had sensitivty issues …what should I do

    london fox on January 18th, 2012 at 12:29 am

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