I had been thinking about getting a PA for a long time and finally did it 5 weeks ago. I love it. Should have done it sooner. Healing has been uneventful, but I quickly discovered that the CBR was a little too small. I was pierced with a 10 gauge, 5/8 inch ring. I was waking up at night in pain because I'd have a hard on and the CBR would be pinching me. Since I replaced it with a 3/4 inch ring, no more pain! Can't wait to up-size to an 8 gauge. My piercer suggested waiting until the 2 month mark.
Hi y'all, so I got my PA done with a 3.4mm straight off this Saturday just gone (not sure what the 'gauge' is in American terms)! Went to a highly reputable piercer in Manchester uk and couldn't be happier with the service! The piercing was quick clean and if not just a wee bit uncomfortable ive have many which have hurt a lot more! Now... The first piss I was going to take scared me to death but it wasn't actually bad! There's many stories out there but all in all I've found it not so bad so far... It's a daunting experience and one you constantly keep on your mind.
I've had the 0Ga x 3/4" Screwball Ring on hand for several weeks. Clearly an intimidating dimensional jump from the 2ga x 3/4" Circ Barbell I was wearing. I located a 1ga x 7/8" Screwball Ring (seems that SBR is my final choice) and ordered it, plus a 0ga. taper. Both arrived this morning. I sanitized everything and removed the 2 ga. ring, put a dab of my favorite stretching lube in the fistula and on the jewelry and got started. As expected, the 0 ga taper stopped at mid-point, but the 1 ga. ring slipped into place with no resistance at all. Wow! That looks and feels just GREAT!
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I've been having some complications after the installation of my 0g titanium circular barbell. The stretch from 2g was done just over two weeks ago. The taper was pushed through in one swift motion, and I definitely felt the pressure and some pain. After the endorphins wore off, I walked home pretty pain free, but since then, the piercing has been a little sensitive, and I'm worried I'm back at stage one in the healing process, or worse.. a blowout.