Hi everyone, this is the first time I talk about my experience with my PA, and before all I have to thank the whole tribe that helped me a lot to decide me to do it and with the whole process in general.
Since July 12th, about 3 months ago, I wear a PA and a nipple piercing, both the same day. The first (the PA) just hurt me a little, it was much more annoying introduce the cannula into the urethra. The second (the nipple) hurt me a lot more, but it was tolerable.
For the PA that is what I have the problem with, the piercer put me a flexible bioplastic 14 gauge (1.6mm)curved barbell.
Finally posting another experience as I'd like to know whether you think the healing process is going fine or not.
I got pierced two months and half ago with a technique which made use of a scalpel. The piercer has international credentials and is very experienced in such kind of piercings, so I'm confident that he knew what he was doing.
After piercing through my skin, he slid in a titanium 5/8" 6G CBR.
I recently had a pa piercing and while the experience wasn't too bad a week later I have had to remove the ring because of swelling/irritation I'm not circumcised and the piercing was through my frenum but more importantly I used a one inch 8G circular barbell. I have just ordered a 5/8, 6G tribal dream ring but now need to wait to get re-pierced.
Any advice on a) should I get a different ring and b) will the piercer be able to use the old spot to do the next piercing.
To say I'm bummed is an understatement after waiting so long and then taking the plunge albeit with a few beers on board.
It has been many years of pondering to make the move to get a PA. Of course the thoughts of pain, piercer, technique and my partner's opinion. I finally made the move! After extensive research of piercers in my area, one shop just standed out. I contacted them via FB and got an immediate response back. Answered all my concerns. Here I am, a happily pierced PA guy. Experience was great, just some spotting. It's day 3 of healing, and bit tender. But wow! Finally did it!
Here it is! Yep! My is now pierced! I absolutely love it. I got pierced at a 10ga & immediately had it stretched to an 8ga & my only regret is I wish I would have gone larger. This is so awesome! I know I am going to love it & want to go larger.
This is something I have been thinking about for a few years. When I told my first wife I wanted to get my pierced she told me "No way! If you do that I will not have sex with you!" So I knew that meant I would never do it.
Just wondering how to size up for the correct diameter BCR. At the minute, when having sex I can feel the ring 'bend round' and rub on the side of the glands. Is this how it's supposed to be or should it be a bit tighter so it stays straight if that makes sense? It feels good but after a while starts to hurt a little.
Thanks in advance!!
I was out camping and lost my jewelry while hiking. I went back to my piercer as soon as I got back to town. She was unable put in a new piece of jewelry. I have to wait to heal to get re-pierced it has only been a month since I got pierced. Remember to check your jewelry daily to make sure it's tight.
Hi there tribe buds.
It has been a while i posted new pics or blogs.
Due thru a number of verious reasons including medical, death of our loving dog and disapointed PA experience.
After the PA was pierced all was going well, only after 4-5 weeks my foreskin started to irritate, well i thought it will get better intime so i'll took the anoying pain for what it was.
It did not became better so after contacting my piercer and discussing the issue it was decided that i would take it out.
Perhaps biggest mistake ever but at the time it seem to be the wright thing to do.
After reading quite a bit, I'm wondering if my initial piercing was too small.
I've had my piercing for three weeks now, and my initial jewelry is a 14 ga curved barbell. I requested a bent barbell, and asked questions about the gauge, and was told that this 14 ga would be best.
Now I read things that a 14 ga isn't recommended by many piercers, and that I should have been started at a 12 ga or 10 ga, and that I absolutely could have had a bent barbell.