Scrotum/Hafada Piercings

When a surface piercing is added to any part of the scrotum, it's called a Hafada piercing. Hafada piercings do not penetrate the scrotum deeply like transscrotal piercings do. (Transscrotal piercings pass through the scrotum from one side to the other or from front to back.) Since scrotum skin tends to be ample and loose, Hafadas are less likely to migrate or be rejected the way other surface piercings are prone to do.
When a surface piercing is added to any part of the scrotum, it's called a Hafada piercing. Hafada piercings do not penetrate the scrotum deeply like transscrotal piercings do. (Transscrotal piercings pass through the scrotum from one side to the other or from front to back.) Since scrotum skin tends to be ample and loose, Hafadas are less likely to migrate or be rejected the way other surface piercings are prone to do.