Piercing drama

Clitoral hood piercing with blue heart
What my clitoral hood piercing used to look like…

You remember I told you that I fell and badly hurt my foot while I was out scavenger hunting? Bad enough for me to be hopping along on crutches for weeks? That I couldn’t shower properly? Couldn’t walk stairs? Couldn’t even shave myself daily as I used to? In the beginning of the second week as I was drying myself off after I have washed myself at the basin, ‘disaster’ struck. My thumb nail – rather long at that time – somehow hooked on the ball of my clitoris hood piercing. I remember thinking ‘oh, I should be careful’ and then I saw the tiny blue heart that used to dangle from the closure ball of the piercing. It was on the floor. Ice ran through my veins at that moment. Pure ice. Nooooooo, I screamed in my head.

The ring was still in place. I had no idea how much it normally moved around, but as from that moment, every time I had to go pee or in bed at night, I constantly checked whether the opening was still in the middle, making sure it did not move around. I was afraid to lose the ring, but since I couldn’t walk properly and I couldn’t get up and down stairs properly, there was no way I could go to either of our piercing shops. Both have stairs. So we decided to just wait until I can walk and in the meantime I would constantly check the piercing.

It went well for two weeks…

All the time I washed at the basin in the bathroom, since I could not put any weight on my right foot. But once that was possible, I put protection over the tape on my foot and showered. I was so looking forward to the first shower in a month. So much so, that I totally forgot to check the piercing. I showered. And showered. And showered some more. I dried myself afterwards, went back to the bedroom, got dressed, did my hair and my make-up and went downstairs, sliding down the stairs on my bum. It must have been an hour after the shower that I had to pee. As was the habit for the last two weeks, I reached down to check the piercing.

It was gone! I literally stared at my clitoris. Pulled my pussy lips up and open as if to bring it closer and stared some more. It was as if I saw my clit for the first time…
(I know this sounds hilarious and now I can laugh about it, but at the time it was pure horror!)
But, technically it was true. It was the first time in 10 years that I saw my clit without a piercing.

But, I was not happy. Not happy at all. There was nothing I could do about it, but to accept it. It was as if my clitoris throbbed constantly for the rest of the day, accusing me of losing the piercing.

That evening in bed, Master T said that He was not happy with the fact that I now only had four piercings. He always wanted me to have five piercings, and now there was only four left. So, He decided, we will go to the piercing shop to have my clit re-pierced. But that’s not all Master T wanted. He wanted my clit to be doubly pierced. Two piercings. Total of six piercings. I was still thinking about the pain I would be feeling again when He said: then you will have one in reserve, if you lose one again.

He was joking of course. About having one piercing in reserve. Not about the double piercing in my clitoral hood.

Edit: I have an appointment on 1 November 2014 to have the piercing redone.

© Rebel’s Notes

13 thoughts on “Piercing drama

  1. Getting my hood pierced is something I’ve always wanted to do. I’ve had both labia pierced and loved it, but my body rejected the piercings. Not sure I can talk myseld into it again.

    • Marie Rebelle says:

      I’ve had nipple piercings and a belly button piercings that were rejected by my body, but my inner labia piercings as well as my previous hood piercing healed properly and my body didn’t reject it. I had my first hood piercing for 10 years.

        • Marie Rebelle says:

          The first time I had my clit hood pierced, it healed within one week, even though they said 2-4 weeks.

        • As with any healing process, it’s very individual, but the hood is one of the faster healing piercings. Mine took two weeks, but a friend said she felt healed after less than a week. It heals much faster than nips, belly or labia, tho.

  2. I wonder if you’ll even have to get it re pierced, Marie. I had my VCH done about 15 years ago. I took it out when my ex and I split and decided three years later that I wanted it back in so went to get it repierced. I discovered it hadn’t closed. It was tight, but not closed up after 3 years! I took out the ring again a short time later and have discovered that the hole just doesn’t close…I can put it in and take it out anytime, tho because it shrinks there it’s uncomfortable for awhile as my body adjusts.

    • Marie Rebelle says:

      Oh this is encouraging to hear! I have heard the hole can close within an hour. I will have to go to the piercing shop anyway and they can check whether the hole is still there. It would be wonderful if I don’t have to be pierced again!

      • Do you have the ring? You can check yourself…I put mine in and out myself.

        I do know that the piercer was surprised that mine was still open after all that time. I know that most people close up quickly, tho after 10 years I would be surprised if it was that quick!

        Good luck!

        • Marie Rebelle says:

          Nope, I don’t have the ring anymore. Only the beautiful charm I had hanging from it…

          Thanks hun 🙂

    • Marie Rebelle says:

      Thanks luv. It’s one helluva pain, but over very quickly. The last time I had a clitoris hood piercing it healed within a week.
      xox

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