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Practical considerations of a PA


Postby Wilbar » Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:00 am

Congratulations on getting it done. I was pierced at 3.2mm or 8g wanted to go for 4mm but the piercer was not comfortable at doing 4mm. Yes, there is a lot of blood to start off with for the first 24 – 48 hours. I was pierced on the Saturday and back at work on the Monday sure I still had some padding in though as was still tender. Keep up with the SS. I found every time it got nudged it bleed. You will find the fistula will be tight at first it will loosen of in time the ring will slip through once the hole loosens up I found the ring sat to the side. I then moved up to the next size at that point. On that not found going from 3.2mm to 4mm stretch really painful but the ones after where ok. Enjoy and take your time moving up.
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Postby kcmil » Sat May 13, 2017 1:21 pm

Starting to have serious second thoughts about this PA. To be honest, I can't decide if I love it or hate it at this point.

Instead of being a pleasurable experience, I find that it really just gets in the way, in more ways than one. It's kind of neat having a little secret down there, but at the same time it's a real pain in the d*ck when it gets pushed around and twisted during hard construction work, and it likes to kill the mood with plenty of sharp pain whenever I'm thinking about fun things. It's debilitating.

I guess it's not all what I expected it to be. I had a 6ga. captive bead ring in there, but it pissed me off daily for a month (rings are painful, painful jewelry because they have so much leverage). A couple days ago, I finally decided to change it over to a 6ga. curved barbell, and liked that much better - it was still painful at times, but only due to the crusties rather than the level of force being applied to the piercing as with the ring. Yesterday, I was headed to bed when I discovered that the 6ga. bar was missing. I found the jewelry, but the piercing had already shrunk beyond the point of re-insertion even with a lubed taper. Due to a distributor mistake, I happened to have an 8ga. bar on hand that still fit - I now have an ill-fitting 8ga. PA instead of a 6, and it's got a hair trigger in a really painful way. u:?

The rational part of me says that I should tough it up for another month to at least see it heal, and decide if I like it any better then. The other part of me just wants to take it out, let it close, and chalk all of this up as a life lesson.

I'm truthfully on the fence right now. I could really use some advice. (And maybe a hug.)

Can anyone relate? u:Cry
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Postby drh98 » Sat May 13, 2017 4:26 pm

I'd leave the jewelry in. It isn't fully healed if you are still having crusties. I had a slight amount of crusties after two months. I just tried to keep them cleaned off my ring and take care of the piercing. After that, it just took some time for the hole to loosen up a bit and allow the ring to move around in my clothing as needed. I wear a 6g CBR daily, and rarely take it out. I have a physical job too, as well as being physically active. The ring has had no negative effect on my life, aside from the urine stream. But, I've learned to adapt. Don't get discouraged over healing issues.
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Postby piercingcraze » Mon May 15, 2017 7:32 pm

I had a painful experience with a pa as well and removed mine after only a couple weeks. I've tried it twice with the same result each time. I've been so active with work and such I've taken it out. I wish I would have roughed it out and seen it healed before deciding to keep it or not. My piercer said if it's healed he just makes a small cut at the piercing hole and it usually closes shut on it's own.
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Postby freakboi » Mon May 22, 2017 7:13 pm

I would give it more time yes I can relate and yes it does get better I've had mine for about 5 years now and am at 00Ga. and for how big and heavy it is I usually don't even know it is there and I do heavy construction work too!
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Postby kcmil » Fri May 26, 2017 12:13 pm

My Prince Albert pissed me off for the last time today. After driving for an hour and a half trying not to be late for work while in sharp pain, I finally decided that I'd had enough and removed my jewelry this morning.

I initially got this piercing because I thought it would make me happy. Unfortunately, it has only brought me pain day after day. Every morning without fail, I have woken up to a sharp stabbing sensation in my dick, followed by a day full of aching and stinging - especially whenever things start to get excited down there.

To be honest, I really don't think I will miss being pierced very much. Sure, there was a moment of sadness once I finally had the pieces bagged up in my hand, but the piercing has really not been good for me since I got it. The piercer at Saint Sabrina's (an APP studio) missed his mark, so the thing has been frustratingly off-center from day one, and it simply won't heal with any jewelry in place.

Week 7, and it was still just as crusty and tender as week 2... An hour after I removed the jewelry though, almost all of my sharp pain was gone. When I checked on it again after three hours, the rest of the pain was gone, and the hole was closed neatly.

I invested a lot of money and time into this piercing, but in the end... The goal was to make myself happy. If being happier means removing my jewelry and letting my piercing close, then so be it. I've been missing the things that I haven't been able to do ever since getting pierced, and I look forward to being able to do them again now.

Having a piercing down there has taught me a lot of things. Among them, it has made me appreciate good health and young age more than ever. I do not regret my decision to get pierced in the first place, and I do not regret my decision to go back to the way things were. It is simply the way it must be.

I want to thank all of you who offered your advice and kind words of support during this process. It meant a lot to me to have people to talk to during some of the harder times.

Thank you.

Now it's upward and onward to bigger and better things.

-KCMil
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