Reverse PA with Hypospadia

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Tuesday July 29th, 2008 @ 10:51 PM

Filed under: Male Genital

I have hypospadia…looks like a meatotomy. I want a reverse PA that exits behind the head on the top, but haven’t seen a piercing like this before. Can it be done? Why don’t apradavya piercing exit behind the head? Am I a unique candidate for this because of the hypospadia?

What you want is a shaft halfadravya. Look up shaft apadravya and halfadravya on bme encyclopedia for an understanding of what that means and the risk associated with piercing in the shaft.

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One Response to “Reverse PA with Hypospadia”

  1. regular apas don’t exit that far back due to intersection with the corpus cavernosum, the upper part of the shaft that fills with blood to achieve erection. you must be erect while the piercing is performed, you’ll bleed like a stuck pig, and it will be a long painful healing process if you manage to heal it at all. if this is your first glans piercing i’d strongly suggest trying a regular RPA/halfadravya first. and even then, i’d suggest genital beads as a much safer option for shaft stimulation. if you simply must pierce the shaft, look hard for someone with verifiable experience with these piercings…

    redeye on July 30th, 2008 at 6:54 pm

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