Can an Apadravya Piercing Continue with PA and Reverse PA?

As you probably know, Apadravya is one of the most popular male genital piercings in the world. However, it is not the most popular of them all: this title belongs to Prince Albert (PA) piercing. An interesting thing about an Apadravya piercing is that is basically two piercings in one: Prince Albert (PA) and Reverse Prince Albert (Reverse PA) piercing. Many people like this fact but wonder how to make the most out of it. Can an Apadravya continue with PA and Reverse PA?

Apadravya: A Composite Piercing

As noted above, Apadravya is a male genital piercing that basically consists of two other penis piercings: Prince Albert and a Reverse Prince Albert. Apadravya is a vertical piercing through the penis and it goes from the underside of the glans all the way to the top of the glans. It also passes through the urethra.

It is easy to see how this piercing is a combination of two other penis piercings. A regular PA (Prince Albert) piercing starts on the underside of the penis and exits through the pee hole. It means that only the bottom part of the penis is pierced. Reverse PA (Reverse Prince Albert), on the other hand, starts on top of the penis and exits through the pee hole. It means that only the top part of the penis is pierced.

Apadravya goes all the way through the penis head so it pierces both the top and the bottom of the penis. In essence, it is a combination of a PA and a Reverse PA piercings so it is basically a combination of the two.

Can an Apadravya Piercing Continue with PA and Reverse PA Piercings?

Apadravya Piercing Continue with PA and Reverse PAIf you want to have an Apadravya piercing you can go in two different ways. The first approach is to get a PA piercing first and then a Reverse PA sometimes later. If you have both of these combined you essentially have an Apadravya piercing. The other method is to simply get an Apadravya without having a PA or a Reverse PA. Some people consider this to be a more extreme option but it makes you get an Apadravya piercing in no time.

Many men who have an Apadravya will first have a PA piercing. Later they decide to extend this piercing to Apadravya piercing. Some do it because they want to have a Reverse PA while others do it because they want to have an Apadravya piercing. Still, you don’t need to have a PA piercing first. Some people actually have a Reverse PA only and then decide to extend this piercing into an Apadravya. This is also possible, but not particularly common.

In Conclusion

Some people wonder can an Apadravya piercing continue with PA and Reverse PA piercings. If they men whether it’s possible to continue (extend) a PA and a Reverse PA piercings to form an Apadravya, the answer is yes, absolutely. On the other hand, if the question is can you continue (extend) Apadravya to get a PA and a Reverse PA, you need to know that this is already there: if you have an Apadravya piercing you already a PA and a Reverse PA piercings.

When you have an Apadravya piercing you can choose whether you want to wear the jewelry in your whole piercing or maybe just in the Reverse PA or in the PA sections. While this is possible to do keep in mind that it leaves one of the piercing holes open so it risks shrinkage, which is not something you want to do. This is one thing to keep in mind when thinking about your Apadravya piercing and other piercings that are part of this penis piercing.

About Holes:
Steve “Holes” Armstong is a staff writer and researcher for TheChainGang. He is a long-term piercing enthusiast who is never tired of discovering new body modifications. In addition to this, he also likes to spend his time experimenting with new ways to find pleasure, which makes him a perfect person to discuss unusual adult toys. He says: “I love piercings and I can’t get enough of them. There is something special about body modifications and altering your looks… Even if it’s just below the belt! I am happy to share my knowledge of extreme piercings and lesser-known sex toys, made for both men and women”. In addition to writing, Steve is also a researcher, always on a lookout for new and exciting things.

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