Penis Tattoo Risks – Can They Impact Your Sex Life

Unless you’ve been hiding under a bridge as of late, you’ve definitely noticed an uptrend in the amount of people getting body augmentations, whether it be piercings or even tattoos. They have become more accepted in the mainstream as well, making those who do so to be an individual become just another one of the masses.

This in turn has led some people to get extreme as possible, such as in the case of penis tattoos. Not many people are willing to go through with this not just because they’re modest, but because the procedure hurts like hell, and not many people would be willing to go through with it.

While turning your penis into an actual snake may sound like an awesome idea on paper, there are some things you may want to consider before you take the needle to your johnson. Not many artists are going to want to do the procedure either, so make sure you’re willing to put the time into doing so.

What Are the Risks of Getting a Penis Tattoo?

Infection

Like with any other type of tattoo, there is some risk that comes along with doing so. The first one you should consider is the possibility of infection, which is not only going to be painful, but is going to sideline you from sex for awhile as well.

This should really be your number one priority here as you will more than likely be getting this done at the rare place that will be willing to do so, and probably aren’t going to be familiar with the shop or artists.

Make sure that you see them take the needle that they are using on you is sterilized, as they should be opening a new one to use on you for this tattoo. The paint should be unopened and fresh as well to reduce the chance of infection.

Permanent Erection

Having a permanent erection may sound awesome at first, but it will get old really quick and you will be wishing to go soft. This condition occurs when the blood is unable to exist the penis, which can cause permanent damage if left untreated.

There have been cases where the tattoo needle has penetrated the client’s skin too deeply where it developed fistulas. Not only is this going to cause sex to be painful, but you may not be able to perform at all, which more often than not requires surgery to repair.

Not all penis tattoos are going to result in this issue however it is a real potential problem that you should consider before going in to get this type of tattoo. Remember the sensitivity of the area and unfamiliarity of tattooing this area is going to factor in greatly as far as this occurring is concerned.

Nerve Damage

Even if the artist’s needle doesn’t penetrate the skin deep enough to cause  priapism to develop, it can still cause nerve damage. The penis contains many different nerve endings which not only serve to allow the penis to function properly, but also are involved in sensitivity.

This means that even if the tattoo doesn’t result in nerve damage which affects the functionality of the penis, it still can impact how much pleasure you’re getting from doing so.

Skin Damage

The skin damage that can result from a penis tattoo is going to be much more of an issue than scar tissue that results from your normal tattoo. The damage done from tattooing to the skin is similar to what happens when you get many different cuts on the skin-scar tissue develops to repair the damage and thickens the skin to make it tougher.

While this isn’t a huge problem if you are getting a tattoo done on your arms, shoulders, back or pretty much any other area on the body, it is a huge problem on your penis. This is because the skin on the penis is extremely thin compared to other areas of the body, with an underlying layer of connective tissue.

When this underlying layer of connective tissue develops scar tissue as a result of damage, it can cause the penis to bend as a result. The skin in this tattooed area will be abnormally raised here as well, which can further exacerbate the trauma of the skin.

Penis Tattoo Care

To take care of your penis after a tattoo, you want to first and foremost keep the area clean, and apply lotions to keep the skin moisturized. Treat the tattoo like you would any other wound, and if things get out of your control seek medical attention whether you want to or not.

Ask your artist if they have done penis tattoos in the past, and ask them on their advice in how to properly treat and care for the tattoo afterwards if you are still unsure how to do so.

Penis Tattoo Risks – Can They Impact Your Sex Life

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