Prince Albert (PA) Piercings

Prince Albert (PA) Piercings are the most common type of male genital piercings, one of the most popular of all body piercings, and fairly quick to heal (4-6 weeks). Typically a Prince Albert Piercing is done by carefully inserting a hollow, lubricated tube partway into the urethra; piercing the underside of the penis immediately below the head with a hollow needle; pulling out the urethral tube while pushing the needle in/up so it comes out of the tip of the penis immediately after the tube; inserting the starter jewelry (usually a captive bead ring or curved barbell) into the end of the hollow needle that's protruding from the head of the penis; and then pulling the jewelry down and out through the new hole while removing the needle. To see how a PA Piercing is performed, check out this YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76AMAD_nKoI
Prince Albert (PA) Piercings are the most common type of male genital piercings, one of the most popular of all body piercings, and fairly quick to heal (4-6 weeks). Typically a Prince Albert Piercing is done by carefully inserting a hollow, lubricated tube partway into the urethra; piercing the underside of the penis immediately below the head with a hollow needle; pulling out the urethral tube while pushing the needle in/up so it comes out of the tip of the penis immediately after the tube; inserting the starter jewelry (usually a captive bead ring or curved barbell) into the end of the hollow needle that's protruding from the head of the penis; and then pulling the jewelry down and out through the new hole while removing the needle. To see how a PA Piercing is performed, check out this YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76AMAD_nKoI