Unless there is a problem with the size, style, or material of the initial jewelry, leave it in the place for the entire healing period.
See a qualified piercer to perform any jewelry change that becomes necessary during healing.
A hard, vented eye patch (sold at pharmacies) can be applied under tight clothing (such as nylon stockings) or secured using a length of Ace® bandage around the body (to avoid irritation from adhesive). This can protect the area from restrictive clothing, excess irritation, and impact during physical activities such as contact sports.
Use the t-shirt trick: Dress your pillow in a large, clean t-shirt and turn it nightly; one clean t-shirt provides four clean surfaces for sleeping. • Maintain cleanliness of telephones, headphones, eyeglasses, helmets, hats, and anything that contacts the pierced area
Use caution when styling your hair and advise your stylist of a new or healing piercing.
The support of a tight cotton shirt or sports bra may provide protection and feel comfortable, especially for sleeping.
Genital Piercings—especially Prince Alberts, Ampallangs, and Apadravyas—can bleed freely for the first few days. Be prepared.
Urinate after using soap to clean any piercing that is near the urethra
Wash your hands before touching on (or near) a healing piercing.
In most cases you can engage in sexual activity as soon as you feel ready, but maintaining hygiene and avoiding trauma are vital; all sexual activities should be gentle during the healing period.
Use barriers such as condoms, dental dams, and waterproof bandages, etc. to avoid contact with your partners’ body fluids, even in monogamous relationships.
Use clean, disposable barriers on sex toys. Use a new container of water-based lubricant; do not use saliva.
After sex, an additional saline soak or clean water rinse is suggested