Apadravya, a vertical penis piercing, is one of the most powerful and enjoyable male genital piercings in the world. It can bring so much pleasure to the wearer and his partners. This is why it’s not surprising that there are so many men with this piercing. So, what about Apadravya piercing pain? Is it really so bad as it looks?
Apadravya Piercing Pain: The Facts
Many people wonder about Apadravya piercing pain, and there is no point in denying: this is a painful piercing. While it is not the most painful male genital piercing you can get, it is painful. You need to understand this before you decide to go through the procedure.
Apadravya is a long piercing, because it goes through the entire head of the penis, from top to bottom. That is a lot of tissue. Many times, it passes through the urethra (a natural canal in the body) so this part will not be painful. However, most of the piercing will hurt. You have to understand this if you wish to get this piercing.
Luckily, a good piercer can make the whole experience less terrifying and less painful. After all, there are so many men with Apadravya, and they are doing fine! Remember, this piercing is one of the most pleasurable penis piercing so many people claim that is worth the pain.
How to Make it Less Painful?
Is it possible to make Apadravya piercing pain less intense? Well, one thing you need to do regardless of pain is to find a piercer who has plenty of experience performing these genital piercings. With such a piercer, the procedure will be over quickly. These piercers know how to minimize the pain. So, this is the first thing you should do.
Do not drink, take drugs or attempt to prevent pain in different ways. Many times, that doesn’t help, and reputable piercers will not want to pierce you when you are in such a state. Pain killers might work, but only after the procedure is done. Some people opt for numbing creams and you may ask your piercer about it. However, do not ever try to apply any product on your own! Your piercer has to be the one to do it and they need to know about it.
Still, many piercers believe that numbing is not a good way to go with piercings, genital or otherwise. It is because you actually have to feel what is going on and to signal, immediately, if it doesn’t feel right. The piercer can tell by your reaction if everything is going well. If you use numbing creams, it is actually dangerous because it puts you at risk of not realizing that the needle went the wrong way or that there is another problem.
Luckily, there is a simple approach you can use to make your Apadravya less painful without any numbing or shady products. Simply do it in two sittings. Remember, Apadravya is basically a combination of a Prince Albert (PA) piercing and a Reverse Prince Albert (Reverse PA) piercing. It means that you can get one first and then, once it is healed, you can get the other one. In this case, it will not hurt so much because each piercing is shorter than the whole Apadravya.
If you choose to go this route, remember that the main painful part will be the Reverse Prince Albert. This one goes through more tissue. Regular PA piercing is relatively painless, because all it does it create a small hole on the base of the penis. Still, Reverse PA should hurt less than a whole Apadravya, so this may be a good way to lower the pain.
If you choose to do this, make sure to let your piercer know that you are doing it with the goal of making a full Apadravya at one point. This may influence the placement and some other piercer decisions, so it is important for them to know what you wish to do. They can also give you some advice on how to approach this whole thing and how to connect two PA piercings into an Apadravya.
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.