PA problem

Monday October 25th, 2010 @ 5:37 PM

Filed under: Male Genital

Since 2008, I’ve a prince albert, I stared by using a 8g ring, after a year, I changed it for a 6g, and even I used to wear a 4g ring…

Well the problem began approximately one year ago, when I changed to the 6g ring,I noticed a small white spot white into my urethra, more than a point it was a spot, It didn’t have any pain, no secretion, ANYTHING at all, just the white spot was there. I obviously went to my doctor, explained the problem, did all the tests and I was clear, so he just cauterized the little spot and after one month I was using my PA again.

Then, after 6 months I had that little spot again, so, I went to the doctor and he cauterized one more time.

he recommended me to change the jelwery, for something more nice with my skin, gold or platinum, after everything, I was using titanium. he also told me that more than a irritation problem or something, the problem seemed to be scar tissue.

Anyway, after 6 months, I had that little white spot, so, I really don’t know what can be causing it, I stopped using the ring for near two months, and nowadays I use a 8g, but I’m a little tired of all that stuff….

Any idea or suggestion???

Without knowing exactly what the “white spot” is, it’s tough to say how to remedy the situation.
It’s strange your doctor would cauterize the spot. Are you certain it’s not a wart?
How can you see it IN your urethra?
Usually, jewelry irritation doesn’t present itself painlessly or with white, non-weeping spots.
Perhaps lighter titanium jewelry is the way to go with slower stretching.

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Reverse PA

Wednesday September 22nd, 2010 @ 10:45 AM

Filed under: Male Genital

I want to get a reverse PA piercing, but am finding it hard to get good information on the procedure, and also the practicalities afterwards.

i have been told that i could end up peeing out of the new hole created for the piercing as well as out of my urethra, however i am un-cirumcised, and have quite a stretchy foreskin, would having a circular barbell or a bananna barbell be of help in the peeing issue?

and are there any other things i need to be aware of?



You are unlikely to have a problem with urine coming out of the top hole of the reverse PA. This does happen very commonly with the bottom hole on a standard PA, however the tissue on the bottom of the penis is much softer and stretchier which leads to a stretched/enlarged hole, which results in the leaking on the bottom. The tissue on the glans of the penis is much less stretchy, so you aren’t likely to get urine leaking from that hole.

The fact that you are un-circumcised may affect the healing, due to pressure put on the jewelry by the foreskin. You mentioned that your foreskin is very loose, which will reduce the likelihood of it causing any problems.

If I were doing your piercing, I would suggest starting with a curved barbell. This type of jewelry tends to work better for men who are un-circumsized and, in general, it tends to be move less and get less irritation from clothing and basic daily activity.

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Posted by Derek Lowe | Permalink | 5 Comments

Urinating with a Prince Albert

Friday September 17th, 2010 @ 7:55 AM

Filed under: Male Genital

I was considering having a PA done but my only concern is how i would go standing up, are there any ways/tricks to avoid it spraying?

Twist your (presumably flaccid) penis so the piercing is on top, lean into the urinal a bit, and hey presto! :D

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Posted by Lori St.Leone | Permalink | 8 Comments

Flamethrowing Penis

Wednesday July 21st, 2010 @ 1:03 PM

Filed under: Male Genital

As part of an underground scene in so cal, Ive recently seen a realtime ritual involving a very muscular bodybuilder unleashing fire from his penis. Ive heard of this before, but thought it wasnt real until I saw it realtime and felt the heat from it a couple of weeks ago.

It has me very curious how it is done and if others have done this. It is very erotic to see, and even beginning to challenge my faith as I think more and more about it.

Any info is appreciated.


Normally, if there is a normal for flame throwing penises, it is done by inserting a hose through a urethral reroute. Once you understand the reroute, the whole thing is no fancier than a kid lighting aerosol hairspray from on fire.

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Posted by Sean Philips | Permalink | 1 Comment

Badly placed Prince Albert piercing

Wednesday March 10th, 2010 @ 9:03 PM

Filed under: Male Genital

Three days ago I received a prince albert piercing that was positioned too low on the frenum. After receiving a second opinion from a reputable piercer, I had him remove the piercing. The hole is healthy and not infected. Should I be doing anything to help avoid trapping any potential infection in the open hole? And is there anything I can do to reduce scar tissue while it heals?

I’m inclined to advise you to just let nature take its course. The fact that you removed the piercing within its infancy bodes well for trouble-free healing. Keep well hydrated, maintain a good level of personal hygeine and look after your general health and you shouldn’t have to do anything else.

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From PA to Dolphin

Thursday January 21st, 2010 @ 2:03 PM

Filed under: Male Genital

I have a 2 gauge PA that I would like to turn into a dolphin. I would like the dolphin to be at 2 gauge as well. Is it acceptable to pierce this at 2 gauge? Would/could I pierce at 4 gauge and immediately taper to 2 gauge? What would be the proper way to go about this? Thank you.

Your current PA is more than likely angled towards the head, whereas a pa used for a dolphin would need to be angled towards the body. In my experience the best means of dealing with this would be to pierce the new piercing at a 4 and downsize the existing PA to a 4 as well. Doing so will provide a little wiggle room for the old PA to adjust to the new angle. Stretching both to a 2 should be fairly easy after it’s healed up.

To answer your specific question, yes you could pierce at 4 and stretch immediately to 2, but that doesn’t address the angle issue with the standard PA you already had.

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Posted by Sean Philips | Permalink | 1 Comment

Apadravya Risks?

Wednesday January 6th, 2010 @ 4:25 PM

Filed under: Male Genital


Is there a danger of becoming impotent or somehow not getting your penis as hard as usual during an erection because of a apadravya piercing? My doctor who is a professional urologist said that there is a theoretical danger for both of these conditions.. I’m really interested in getting the piercing and this is my only concern to not getting it. The piercer who I’d get it from is one of the best piercers in Finland (Jussi from Circus Mundus Absurdus) but he has done less than ten apadravyas. Is there a way to measure/feel where the corpus conversum is located? Thanks for your reply and merry christmas!

There is a theoretical danger that I could be killed by the Ebola virus in the next 20 minutes. Fortunately, theoretical is about as far as that danger goes. Now, first things first…I’m not a doctor. So, if you decide to take my information over his, do so at your own risk.

However, a quick glance at an anatomy book and you will see that, while the corpus cavernosum do extend somewhat into the glans of the penis, they do so on either side of the urethra. Since an apadravya piercing passes though the urethra, it would be pretty difficult to puncture the cavernosum. Now, while puncturing the cavernosum COULD lead to reduced erection rigidity, even that isn’t terribly likely, as I understand it.

As always, your mileage may vary, and pierce your wiener at your own risk.

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Posted by Derek Lowe | Permalink | 2 Comments

Area-Specific Tenderness

Wednesday January 6th, 2010 @ 4:14 PM

Filed under: Male Genital


I was wondering what might cause part (not all) of piercing to be sore/tender.

I had my PA done early September at 14ga, and as of early December I am at a far more comfortable 6ga. I currently have a 6ga 1″ curved barbell which is kind of too long (should be 1/2″, I think), but still okay. The piercing is to the best of my know

My problem occurs most often after I have just woken up (not related to morning wood). The piercing does not hurt on its own, but if I lean on it, or touch it, one side of side of it is tender. The other side is fine and dandy. I don’t what’s going on. My jewelery fits snugly when dry and moves very easily when wet, so I’m not sure if it’s a gauge problem.

In order to try and remedy this, I slept one night without the barbell, and in the morning I popped in my 8ga ring. Still sort of tender. I re-gauged the piercing to a 6ga later in the day. Now I’m a little more sore than before.

Any ideas as to what might cause the tenderness?

I’d really rather not go back to the 8ga ring, higher gauges = way more comfortable.

If you are wearing a 1″ barbell, and you actually need a 1/2″ barbell, there is a good chance that the extra length on the jewelry could be causing the problem. Even if you need something that is longer than a 1/2″, jewelry that doesn’t fit a piercing properly can definitely cause irritation/soreness/pain. It could be that your jewelry is getting twisted/pulled while you sleep, causing the soreness. While there is actually more jewelry to get twisted than a curved barbell, the ring may work with your body differently than the curve, thereby reducing how much soreness you have.

A trip to a local piercer might be in order so they can help fit you with an appropriately-sized piece of jewelry. You shouldn’t need to switch back to a smaller gauge.

Good luck!

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Posted by Derek Lowe | Permalink | 2 Comments

PA Piercing

Monday November 16th, 2009 @ 2:12 PM

Filed under: Male Genital

after building up the courage i went to my piercer today and asked for a PA. he took me through the procedure and we got ready. as the piercer pulled down my foreskin he had a quick examine and told me i had too many large veins on both sides of my penis and that it would bleed too much if he pierced me. is this factual? he said its a round 1 in 10 that have too many veins.

I have never not been able to pierce a PA due to blood vessels in the way. The thickness of the tissue being pierced in a standard PA is so thin and flexible that even if there were prominant blood vessels, they could be rolled out of the way for the piercing to be done.

The penis is a pretty vascular area. I’ve done some piercings in the area that have done some pretty impressive bleeding afterwards. Besides some swelling and a bit of residual bleeding, it’s not that big of a deal.

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Thursday October 22nd, 2009 @ 2:12 PM

Filed under: Male Genital

I am want to know is it damaging to play pierce the cock?

The penis can take LOT of abuse. However, play piercing is not without risk. An infection could prove very problematic. Also, repeated play piercing or doing so in larger gauges can cause excessive scar tissue build up, that could potentially limit erectile function. There is a TON of photo’s and experiences in the BME hard section, that would be your best bet to start doing some research on the subject.

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