Question by  stressedone (166)

Are VCH piercings painful?


Answer by  HMG (139)

The bad pain is very brief, because obviously that area is sensitive. As long as you don't do anything strenuous for the healing period (like intercourse) The pain is fine.


Answer by  rbiales (3441)

The skin on a VCH is thin, to the point where it can be seen through. As such it can migrate but when healed and uninfected it should not be.


Answer by  Abit (22)

The amount of flesh that is pierced for a VHC is much thinner then the flesh of your earlobe. If you've had an ear pierced you can most likely tolerate a VHC. With a professional, well informed, piercer this should not be an overly traumatic experience.


Answer by  Molae06 (1467)

Being the sensitive area that it is, one would think it hurt's more than it actually does. Depending on your sensitivity in that area, it will hurt more for some.


Answer by  Krystal39 (19)

I have heared the experience to be painful but not unbearable. If you have had piercings in other sensitive areas you will know what to expect.


Answer by  Cazz (68)

Pain aassociated with piercings is all a matter of perspective. What might hurt me may not be so bad for you.


Answer by  babylove (655)

Most piercings are painful, but you have to remember all people take pain differently, so something that hurts to someone else, might not hurt to you at all, or visversa. In my opinion, I think that would be pretty painful.


Answer by  Zoe (2369)

I would imagine so. I think it might be a good idea to figure out why you want to get that kind of piercing, whether or not it's worth it.

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