Tonight I went in for my PA appointment, S’ Christmas gift to me. I was calm, but still a little nervous. The piercer has experience with uncut men, so that was very relieving to me. He examined me, seeing where to make the piercing. After a chat with the guy, he had us sit in the waiting room until he had the jewelry and equipment ready. We get called in, and he asked me to get ready- undress or however I felt most comfortable, so I took off my pants and he had me lay on the bed/table. He then placed a bib around my genitals, rubbed some iodine on the tip, and got his equipment ready. I took a deep breath, gripped the table, felt the poke, and let out a brief scream. I then continued to breathe deeply so I could calm myself down.

That last picture was when he bandaged me up. At this rate, I only feel the ring rubbing against my urethra. I am walking slower than usual, and I think at some points, I could feel the blood dripping.

We went to East Side Pockets for dinner before heading home. As of right now, I’m just taking it easy, but after taking care of laundry, I undressed and removed the bandages. There was a lot of blood, and a big clot at the hole. I didn’t take a picture of that, but I did take pictures after thoroughly washing off the blood.

It’s going to take some getting used to, but I am pleased with this decision. I’m just hoping the healing won’t take as long. As of right now, I’m sitting on the new couch we assembled, wearing a t-shirt and boxer briefs with a pantyliner capturing my blood. It’s only been three hours, but I will provide another post maybe tomorrow.

8 thoughts on “The PA Experience Begins

  1. I love my PA and I hope you get to love yours too. It’s a fantastic piercing and probably the quickest to heal so I would expect after a week you will be back to normal. Don’t put too much pressure on the piercing for a while and don’t try to stretch the piercing for at least 2 to 3 months.

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