Separate Jewelry Pieces in Apadravya and PA Piercings: Is It Possible?

I got a PA and I want to do an Apadraya. Can a guy do it to have them both in then?

~ Dale Montgomery

An Apadravya piercing basically consists of two other genital piercings: a Prince Albert and a Reverse Prince Albert piercings. Is it possible to wear different jewelry in your PA and your Reverse PA piercings? How about your PA and Apadravya? Here is what you need to know.

The Anatomy of a Piercing?

There are many different male genital piercings, but none of them are as popular as Prince Albert. It is not surprising: a PA piercing is relatively easy to get, and it gives amazing sensations. A Reverse Prince Albert is less common, but also a great option for those who want a striking penis piercing. It goes to the opposite direction of a PA piercing: while a PA piercing enters through the urethra and exits on the underside of the penis, a Reverse PA piercing enters through the urethra and exits on top of the penis head.

Since Apadravya piercing is a vertical piercing through the penis head (going top to bottom through the penis), it is clear to see that it is, in fact, a combination of a Prince Albert and a Reverse Prince Albert piercing. In fact, many Apadravya piercings are done by extending a PA piercing by adding a Reverse PA option and making one long piercing, which is an Apadravya.

Apadravya piercings are beautiful and they can bring a lot of sexual pleasure. This is one of the reasons why they are so popular. On the other hand, this is a more complex (and painful) piercing than a PA (or even a Reverse PA piercing), so people wonder if it’s worth it. It is good to know that most men who have an Apadravya piercing are more than satisfied, and so are their sexual partners.

With this in mind, one might wonder why not using Apadravya piercing all the time. After all, you worked for it! However, people might have different needs and preferences. Since Apadravya consists of two piercings in one, is it possible to wear two jewelry pieces at once?

Wearing Two Jewelry Pieces in Apadravya Piercing

Is it possible to wear different jewelry in your Prince Albert piercing and your Reverse Prince Albert piercing? After all, those a re two different piercings, so it should be possible, right? Well, it is a bit more complex than this.

While these are two different piercings, they also use the same hole – the pee hole, for jewelry to enter/exit the body. Namely, a PA piercing enters through the urethra and exits on the underside of the penis. A Reverse PA piercing enters through the urethra and exits on the top of the penis head.

It means that both of these use the same hole (urethra) for jewelry. Luckily, it doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to wear two jewelry pieces at once, but you need to understand that they will be using the same hole.

It is possible to insert one jewelry piece in your PA piercing and have it go through the pee hole. Then, you can insert another piece that also goes through the pee hole but exits on the top of the penis head. As long as both jewelry pieces can fit your pee hole/urethra, you will be able to wear them at the same time. Indeed, there are men who choose to wear their Apadravya jewelry in this manner.

However, you also need to be careful. Consider jewelry size. It will depend on the size of your urethra and your piercing holes, which is not the same. You always need to use jewelry that fits the size of your piercing hole, so pay attention to that when choosing separate jewelry for your Prince Albert and Reverse Prince Albert piercings.

Your urethra, on the other hand, can stretch further. You are not limited by the size of your piercing hole because the urethra is a natural passage in your body. However, it is important to be careful. Never insert more than you can handle. The jewelry should not hurt you or cause discomfort and other problems. These are some of the things you need to consider when you want to wear separate jewelry pieces in your Prince Albert and Reverse Prince Albert piercings.

Separate Jewelry for PA and Apadravya

What about separate jewelry pieces for your PA piercing and Apadravya piercing? This is not the same thing as separate jewelry for your PA and Reverse PA. Remember, Apadravya already consists of a PA piercing. To use two different jewelry pieces for an Apadravya and Prince Albert, you would have to put two different jewelry pieces through the same exit hole on the underside of your penis.

Depending on the size of your PA hole, this might be possible, but it’s also probable that it might cause discomfort. It might also lead to unwanted stretching. It will amount to two jewelry pieces using the same piercing (and going through the same piercing hole), which is not the same as using separate jewelry for your PA and Reverse PA piercing. Keep this in mind if you want to experiment with different jewelry pieces in your Apadravya and Prince Albert piercings.

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.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *