He guys, stretched up to a 6G a few weeks ago. (Started in late November with a 10G.) My initial goal was to get to a 4 but the new goal is to reach a 0. (And who knows...) I have waited about 8 weeks between each upgrade and have only had my pierce stretch my hole once when placing the 6G through. I've used SS jewelry and usually get larger/weighted balls so it mostly stretches through nature. Here is my dilemma, I'm relocating and moving a few hours away from the best piercer, and will have to continue the stretching process on my own. How is the best way to stretch yourself?
It's hard to believe it's only been 2 weeks. Despite the hard lesson I learned a few days after getting the pierced, the piercing it self has gone on quite well.
I've had a few times where I found the bead tucked away inside my urethra. The first time it was kind of odd wondering where the bead went. Other wise it wasn't too bad. The bead is 6.08mm (measured with digital calipers) which is equal to a 3ga.
Just stretched up to 2g and the journey gets better & better! The weight and size of my PA now makes it always 'feelable'. I feel it move and wow I hang so much better with its weight on me (I was always more of a grower than a show-er!) Can also feel the two wee balls (as distinct from the two big ones) thru trousers. Great to play with dressed or undressed. And in the sack? It's a toy that keeps on giving!
In a few weeks I'll see how 0g feels
Also feel I've crossed another bridge at 2g.
I know that everyone's experience is unique and here is mine. I've been thinking of getting a PA for more than 10 years but chose not to because of the pain and mess with peeing. Even watching piercing vids online seems to validate the pain factor. Well I made an appt and went for it. I prob could have done more research but I didn't. Luckily I found an amazing shop in Austin. So as far as pain it was maybe a 3 out of 10 with no blood. Just breathe and do what the piercer says and you'll be fine. It was not even close to what pain I thought it was going to be.
After about a year or so umming and arring about getting a PA, I finally plucked up the courage to get one after I read a whole bunch of reviews about the process of getting a PA.
So last Saturday I researched some piercing shops that were able to do my piercing and I found Access All Areas in Nottingham, I was quite happy with all the reviews I'd seen (not specifically for pa's but piercings in general).
Now I got my PA but it was a hard start.
- the piercer failed to get inside the receiving tube, bleed alot.
- He took a ring that he recommended but it was way to large for me. 2.4mm / dia. 25mm
- It felt very uncomfortable to have foreskin up over that large ring so i had it down fore some days and the foreskin started to swell alot.
I've been wanting a PA for quite some time. I've always thought they looked incredibly erotic and heard awesome things about them. Finally in late February I was ready to get it. I researched, read this blog throughly for experiences (incredibly helpful), and found a very reputable piercer here in Philadelphia (Infinite Piercings - John was the piercer). On a Sunday afternoon I made up my mind that today was the day. I made my way over, meeting a friend along the way. Showed up put my name on the list and was ready.
I've been entirely pleased with my 00 ga. x 3/4" curved barbell 1/2" ball at the fistula & 5/8 ball at the meatus. I spent most of today operating a power mower. Everything was fine when I broke for a late lunch at 2PM, but when I took a break at 4:30 PM -- my PA was missing!. Found it in my underear fully assembled! Obviously the 1/2" ball had slipped thru the fistula without me being aware of it. I replaced the 1/2 with 9/16" and all is well - for the moment. I'll install the 00 x 3/4 circular barbell (5/8" balls) for the weekend.
I have been fascinated by the PA piercing every since I knew it existed and I was mature enough to rationally think about it. So for the last ten years or so, I have gone back and forth on whether or not to actually get one.
As for someone who does not tolerate pain very well (which is odd considering the piercings and tattoos I have or had), this particular piercing just struck me as the greatest of all things painful. I mean, this is one of the most sensitive areas of a male's body! These thoughts didn't deter me, however, from at least researching.