Apadravya After Care   Click here to learn about the general risks of getting a male piercing  Click here to learn about the procedure of an apradavya piercing  Click here to learn about maintaining an apradavya piercing

Healing time approximately 6 months to a year.

Genital piercings often bleed between 12 and 24 hours, depending on the depth and complexity of the piercing. Prince Albert, Ampallang, and Apadravya piercings may bleed intermittently for several days, particularly during erections. If you experience heavy bleeding that does not appear to be clotting, please contact your piercer and your doctor. A light bandage of clean gauze should be worn.

Wash your hands thoroughly before touching your piercing or the jewellery.

Clean your piercing twice a day using a liquid anti-bacterial soap. The shower provides the best place to adequately lather and rinse piercings.

This picture shows the apradavya piercing. It shows a piercing through the top of the head of the penis all the way through the urethra and out on the other side.
<< previous page next page >>