It was only fairly recently that I began toying with the idea of getting a PA.
At the start of the year, I began stretching my balls as they lacked sufficient hang for my liking.
4 months later, I was enjoying the progress but blogs and forums dedicated to ballstretching had images of a large number of guys with PA piercings and I thought they looked cool.
i am very interested in getting a PA, i have had my nipple pierced an have my earlobe stretched, im am not that big ion the downstairs department but would love some advice on getting my PA.
I never realized how difficult it might be to take a photo of the underside, now I know. Hope this is a good enough shot to give you an idea of placement - placement look good?
Just stretched to 8g the other day - nice-and-easy, no troubles! Enjoying the added weight (as well as a slightly larger diameter size). Bought a curved barbell too with a nice large ball for the front... should I wait before changing out jewelry since I just stretched, or no big deal?
Thanks for all of your help and info!
Yup! You read the title correctly. It was 20 years ago that I saw my first PA in person and I have been wanting one myself ever since. Here's a quick recap of the first two days with my new trophy:
Went to Mr. Williams Tattoo Company in Tavares, FL. Talk about some old Florida architecture... Entered the shop and met Clint. Super nice guy and easy to talk to.
Hi guys - wanted to post an update with some additional information that may be helpful to anyone considering getting a PA. It has been three months since getting pierced - 10g circular barbell as you'll see in the photo. Here's a recap of my experience!
More of a mess with your mind event than anything else - it really is a quick pinch (admittedly I had them numb it a bit with the blue gel) and it was over in no time.
Everyone is different - for me, I bled very little at the shop. He wrapped me up and I was on my way.
Six months old now , and a sizeable bump has formed , not sore , went to see piercers a month ago and they suggested adding olive oil rub after my sea salt soaks , I'm also rubbing in emu oil twice a day for the last month , bump doesn't seem to want to settle , I don't want to abandon the piercing , but I'm wondering if my body just doesn't want it in me . any suggestions very welcome.
As I already had both my nipples done some time ago (currently 3.2 mm bar closure rings through them) I started thinking about a PA. And after thinking about it for some months I finally had it done. Last Saturday I woke up and decided to go to the piercer's and just do it.. And so I did. I put some xilocaine spray on the spot the needle needed to go through in order for the spot to be numb for about an hour and literally felt nothing.. And things are ging great. I absolutely love it and, like so many of you here already stated, I wish I had it done years earlier..
I have always been intrigued by the PA piercing, and started doing a lot of research about it over the past few months. That research of course led me to this website where I found all the experiences and comments very helpful in my decision making!
So earlier this week I went into my local trusted piercer (already have both nipples done), and started hitting him up with questions, and boy did I have a lot!
Back story first! 2 years ago while they were home on break my college age sons (triplets)and I worked out at the local gym and were showering/changing afterwards. For the first time in my 45 years I saw a piercing down under and it happened to be a PA. I have to admit that as a VERY conservative person living in a VERY conservative community this was unusual.
Now my middle son, yes there is a middle child just ask their mother, lives an alternate lifestyle and loved the looks of that piercing.
After reading all your experiences for a really long time I finally decided to get my first piercing ever.
I was really scared about it; in fact, the first time I went to the studio I couldn't put a foot into it, so I went back home.
Finally, I felt I was obsessed with it and I did it. I went to the studio to get my PA. Surprisingly, it didn't hurt very much and it is healing very good even though I'm uncut.