Принц Альберт, ПА (The Prince Albert Piercing, PA)

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Everything You Should Know Before Getting a Prince Albert Piercing

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The Prince Albert piercing one of the most common penis piercings.

It’s done by inserting a barbell or other jewelry through the hole where pee comes (urethra), and out of the underside behind the head (glans).

There are two other popular types:

  • Reverse PA: goes through the urethra and out of the top of the shaft, behind the head instead of underneath
  • Deep shaft reverse PA: comes out of the top of the shaft much farther down, far away from the head

For your benefit

Glans or shaft piercings like the PA move around and graze penile tissue when you masturbate or during oral, anal, or genital sex. This can stimulate more nerves and make you feel more pleasure.

The PA wand can be used for sounding having your partner put jewelry in their mouth and hum. This vibrates your entire penis and can feel intensely pleasurable.

For your partner’s benefit

Any type of PA can stimulate more of your partner’s vaginal or anal nerves during sex.

The reverse PA is more suited to stimulate the clitoris and increase your partner’s pleasure.

Anyone with a penis may be able to get a PA piercing.

The foreskin can be pulled back for this piercing. But jewelry can rub against the foreskin when you’re not erect, causing discomfort.

You may need to relearn how to pee to avoid spraying urine through new urethra openings. Try directing the hole downward or covering the hole.

Piercings on the glans or shaft can also pierce through condoms, so exercise caution.

PA piercings have no effect on your fertility.

Jewelry commonly used in a PA piercing includes:

  • Circular barbell: horseshoe-shape with removable beads on both ends
  • Captive bead ring: circular ring with a bead where the ends meet
  • Straight barbell: rod-shape with removable beads on both ends
  • Bent barbell: similar to a straight barbell, but with a slight curve from end to end
  • PA wand: long and straight with a semi-cross shape at the end, meant to be inserted into the urethra with beads on the outs >

Your piercer will likely suggest the following materials:

  • Surgical titanium: less likely to cause allergic reactions or irritation in sensitive skin
  • Biocompatible polymers (plastics): strong, sturdy, and flexible, and good for first-time piercings
  • Niobium: hypoallergenic material and more resilient to wear and tear than other metals
  • Gold: stick with 14-karat yellow or white gold to avoid infections during healing; don’t use gold-plated jewelry, which can cause infections and allergic reactions
  • Platinum: the strongest and sturdiest option, but much more costly and difficult to obtain

A typical PA piercing may cost anywhere from $50 to up to several hundred at high-end, reputable shops with expensive jewelry.

Here’s a typical cost breakdown:

  • Service: as low as $40 or well into the $100s due to the complexity and delicacy of this piercing
  • Jewelry: as low as $15 for basic steel or titanium to hundreds or more for platinum, diamond, or gold
  • Piercer tip: at least 20 percent or more for high-quality service

You don’t need to be erect to get this piercing.

Your piercer will:

  1. Put on clean gloves, then wash and sterilize the area to be pierced.
  2. Use a marker to label the areas where the needle will go in and out of your skin.
  3. Insert the needle through the entry opening and out of the exit opening. They’ll likely to tell you to slowly inhale and exhale when they insert the needle.
  4. Gently grip the skin with forceps to keep the skin steady while they put in the jewelry.
  5. Rinse, sterilize, and bandage the pierced area.

All piercings carry the possibility of pain.

A PA piercing may be more painful than other common piercings, such as a lip or earlobe piercing, because the penis has more nerve endings.

Inserting a bigger, more complex piece of jewelry like a PA wand can increase the potential for discomfort.

The pain you feel also depends largely on your tolerance for pain.

The actual piercing procedure lasts mere seconds, so taking a deep breath, gripping something tightly, or thinking about something else may take your mind off the pain.

Your penis is dense with nerves and delicate tissue.

If your piercing isn’t correctly performed or properly taken care of, it may increase your risk of harmful or dangerous complications.

Discuss these possible risks with your piercer:

Injuring your partner’s tissues while having sex. Jewelry can rub, chafe, or injure sensitive areas on your partner’s genitals, anus, or mouth during sex. Rarely, jewelry can become hooked to your partner’s genital, anal, or facial jewelry. This can be painful or difficult to undo without medical help.

Increased risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Genital piercings have been linked to a higher risk of transmitting blood-borne STIs, especially since PA jewelry is more likely to break a condom.

Penile tissue damage. Jewelry that sticks out can rub against and wear away penis tissue. This can result in calloused areas that reduce sensation.

Infection at the piercing site. Bacteria can be passed from unwashed hands or during sex. An opening in your penis tissues can allow bacteria to enter, build up, and become infectious.

Urinary tract infection. Bacteria can enter your urinary tract through the urethra or openings for the piercing. This can increase your risk of UTIs.

Rejection. Your penis may develop more — and often thicker — tissue if it perceives the piercing as a foreign object. This can displace the jewelry.

A PA piercing heals relatively fast — about 2 to 4 weeks.

Your piercing may heal slower if you don’t follow proper aftercare instructions.

A little pain and swelling are normal during the first few weeks and will become less noticeable as your piercing heals.

See your piercer or doctor if you experience these symptoms alongside:

  • yellowish or greenish pus
  • skin that feels hot when you touch it
  • fever

Good aftercare is key to a successful piercing.

While you’re healing, do:

  • Keep the area covered with a bandage. Change the bandage at least once daily.
  • Cover any new holes connected to the urethra so that pee doesn’t come out and irritate healing tissue.
  • Use warm water and soap to wash your hands before each time you touch the area.
  • Rinse the pierced area about twice daily with distilled water and saline solution.
  • Wash and rinse any crust that appears on the area.
  • Use a clean paper towel to gently pat dry whenever you rinse your piercing.
  • Shield the penis from water during showers.
  • Carefully put on and remove clothes, especially underwear or pants.
  • Wear condoms during sexual activity until your piercing’s healed.
  • Handle your piercing with unwashed hands.
  • Masturbate or engage in oral, genital, or anal sex until swelling and pain from getting the piercing has subsided.
  • Put on tight clothes or underwear.
  • Rinse the pierced area with alcohol-based liquids.
  • Apply strong or antiseptic soaps or other fluids to the pierced area.
  • Immerse yourself in a bath or a pool.
  • Engage in vigorous or athletic activities that can jostle the penis around or increase your risk of injuring it.
  • Take the jewelry out or interfere with it until the area’s fully healed after about 2 to 3 months.
  • Allow your pubic hair to get caught or tangled in the jewelry.

Light pain and swelling are typical for any piercing. But some symptoms are more serious.

See your piercer if you notice any of the follow symptoms of infection or rejection:

  • redness beyond the pierced area
  • severe swelling
  • severe pain
  • greenish or yellowish discharge
  • bad smell

Rejection can also cause:

  • displaced jewelry
  • dangling or sagging jewelry
  • complete jewelry dislodgment

Non-traditional piercings can push jewelry out as skin and tissues grow back.

How long this takes differs for everyone — your overall health, penile tissues, and aftercare make a big difference.

Your piercing could last anywhere from a few months to a year or longer.

Don’t change your jewelry until the piercing has fully healed.

Not sure if it’s healed? Ask your piercer, or request that they change the jewelry for you.

If your piercer gives you the go-ahead to change it yourself, you should:

  1. Wash your hands with warm water and antibacterial soap.
  2. Rinse the piercing area with a saline solution.
  3. Carefully take any beads off the jewelry you’re wearing.
  4. Slowly take the jewelry out of the hole.
  5. Take any beads off your replacement jewelry.
  6. Slowly and carefully push the replacement jewelry through the hole.
  7. Replace the beads you took off the jewelry.
  8. Secure the jewelry so that it doesn’t move around or fall out.
  9. Rinse the area again with saline solution and gently pat dry.

Don’t remove jewelry until your piercing is fully healed.

This prevents bacteria from getting trapped inside the hole and potentially causing an infection.

Still healing, but don’t want to wait? Talk to your piercer to find out if it’s OK to remove the jewelry now.

After it’s out, follow your piercer’s cleaning guidelines until the tissues are completely healed.

If you don’t, you may damage your penis tissue or develop an infection.

Already healed? Then remove the jewelry and let the hole seal itself. That’s all you need to do.

Be sure to do your research to ensure that your piercing’s done by a professional at a shop with good reviews and a reputation for safety.

An experienced piercer can also give you tips on placement, risks, aftercare, and possible complications.

Talk to your doctor if you’re not sure if your penis will take to a piercing. They can identify any underlying conditions or anatomical limitations that could interfere with a penis piercing.

You may find that your body or skin type isn’t compatible with a PA piercing, and that’s OK. Your piercer may be able to suggest a different type that’s more comfortable and that you may like even better.

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Male Genital: Prince Albert

The Prince Albert is probably the most popular of all male piercings. The healing process is faster than most, and it has been considered to be the most sexually appealing male piercing. The Prince Albert piercing, in most cases, is performed by inserting a needle receiving tube into the urethra and then starting the needle from the outside and feeding it out through the tube. There are not many complications associated with this piercing. There is always a chance of rejection, but the likelihood is minimal. Even the wearer’s own urine actually serves as a healing agent, and it is not necessary to clean the piercing after urination.

Reverse Prince Albert The other variation of the Prince Albert is the Reverse Prince Albert, which is essentially the same, but the jewelry circles around to the top of the glans (head) instead of the bottom.

Recommended jewelry: 10 gauge captive bead ring or circular barbell. The circular barbell may be more comfortable, especially for the uncircumcised wearer.

Expected healing time: 2 — 4 months

Sexual limitations: Abstinence for at least one week, and careful sexual activity afterward. Condom should be worn during entire healing process.

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What is a Prince Albert piercing?

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It’s now been a couple of days since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their first baby into the world.

Many of us are now expecting the couple to announce the name of their new baby today when the provide the first glimpse of the new royal.

Albert has now become one of the favourites to be the new name of the royal baby, along with Alexander, James and Arthur.

The name was originally predicted to be the choice of Prince William and Kate when Prince Louis was born last year, thanks to some URL-based trickery.

The name has a long history in the Royal Family, as it was King George VI’s first name was Albert, as well as Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert, who was Harry’s great, great, great, great grandfather.

We have concerns that Harry and Meghan might not know the other connections of the name Prince Albert, though.

Friends, royals, the general public, a Prince Albert is a type of piercing. A penis piercing.

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What is a Prince Albert piercing?

A Prince Albert is a piercing of the penis, in which a metal ring is pierced through the skin at the tip of the penis.

The ring begins almost straight to pierce through the penis, and is then bent with pliers to create a rounded ring shape.

The piercing enters at the frenulum and exits at the urethra, going through the urethral meatus. Some people like to attach fun little accoutrements to their Prince Albert ring, such as a Dragonfly – six plastic barbells arranged like the rings of a dragonfly.

Yes, it’s painful to have done, and should only be carried out by a professional with a lot of experience in genital piercing.

It typically takes weeks to heal and there’s quite a bit of bleeding.

Oh, and you do pee out of both holes, so that’s something to get used to.

Variations on the Prince Albert include the Reverse Prince Albert, which goes around the top of the penis tip rather than underneath, and the Prince’s Wand, which involves a T-shaped piercing.

How did the Prince Albert piercing get its name?

The theory goes that Prince Albert, as in the husband of Queen Victoria herself, had a penis piercing in his twenties. This hasn’t been confirmed, sadly, but the rumours were strong enough to get the piercing named after him.

Some people believe that the piercing helped the prince’s penis hang in an aesthetically pleasing fashion in tight trousers, which were the style of the day, while others suggest that he had Peyronie’s disease, and had the piercing in an attempt to straighten his penis.

If Prince Albert did have such a piercing, it seems he wasn’t the first.

The Kama Sutra, written far earlier than Prince Albert was around, mentions genital piercing as a way to obtain true sexual pleasure.

Does a Prince Albert actually increase sexual pleasure?

It really depends on the type of material you use, as well as how your body and your partner’s body responds to the sensation.

Generally a Prince Albert piercing will increase sensitivity in the penis, and add a new texture when stimulating the vagina.

Additional beads and ridges, such as the Dragonfly addition we mentioned before, can increase sexual pleasure.

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What are the risks of Prince Albert piercings?

The main risk you face with any kind of genital piercing is infection – it’s absolutely crucial to keep the piercing clean.

There’s also the risk of the piercing causing irritation or injury during sex. Hard rings can bruise, tear, or get caught inside the anus or vagina. It’s a good idea to use additional lubrication.

Aggressive sex or masturbation with a Prince Albert piercing could cause injury to the penis too, if it gets caught or yanked too quickly.

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Как правило, «Принц Альберт» заживает быстро и без проблем — особенно если вы не будете слишком рьяно заниматься сексом, пока прокол не зажил полностью.

Принц Альберт: мочеиспускание

Многие мужчины опасаются, что после появления украшения в уретре они не смогут мочиться стоя, поэтому ниже я приведу описание парочки нехитрых манипуляций, которые помогут вам приспособиться после того, как прокол заживет. Действительно, если кольцо сидит в центре уретры, оно может рассекать струю и стать причиной брызг; кроме того, ПА часто растягивается сам по себе, оставляя лишнее пространство вокруг украшения, что приводит к вытеканию мочи через прокол. Простое решение этой проблемы заключается в том, чтобы заткнуть пальцем отверстие снизу во время мочеиспускания: придерживайте прокол пальцем с нижней стороны, прямо перед украшением. Если вы носите кольцо, вставьте кончик пальца в него. Таким образом, вы прижмете украшение к нижней стенке мочеиспускательного канала так, что украшение не будет мешать мочеиспусканию. Также вы можете повернуть пенис кольцом кверху, и благодаря этому моча, вытекающая из отверстия, будет под действием силы тяжести возвращаться в основную струю.

Принц Альберт: замена украшения и растягивание

Как правило, замена украшения в ПА не составляет труда, особенно если вы вставляете его снаружи, а не пытаетесь запихать через уретру. Иногда этот вид пирсинга так легко растягивается, что вы может вставить второе украшение сразу на несколько размеров больше — но помните о том, что после растягивания ткань может не сжаться обратно, если вы вытащите украшение. Принц Альберт — самый популярный вид пирсинга для растягивания под харды (украшения толщиной от 8–9 мм (0-00 Ga)). Многие мужчины и их партнерши получают удовольствие от ощущений от ПА с большими, тяжелыми украшениями. Большие кольца не мешают мочеиспусканию, поскольку с увеличением толщины украшения уретра тоже растягивается. Будьте осторожны: увесистые кольца или бананы могут серьезно повредить зубы партнерши во время орального секса.

Принц Альберт: что будет, если я вытащу украшение?

В отличие от большинства видов пирсинга, Принц Альберт если зажил, то он таким и останется: даже если надолго вытащить украшение, вы, скорее всего, легко сможете вставить его обратно. В зависимости от того, как сильно был растянут прокол, отверстие от него может остаться настолько широким, что во время мочеиспускания моча будет сочиться из него. В этом случае большинство мужчин просто закрывает отверстие пальцем. Если же это не помогает, проконсультируйтесь с адекватным урологом или хирургом, чтобы узнать все плюсы и минусы операции по закрытию прокола путем наложения шва на нежелательное отверстие.

Принц Альберт: альтернативное расположение — глубокий Принц Альберт

Если прокол делается ниже обычного, его называют «глубокий Принц Альберт». Иногда такой вид пирсинга делают по причине гипоспадии легкой степени, в иных случаях это дело личных предпочтений, особенно среди тех, кто хочет носить крупные украшения. Ткань здесь такая же тонкая и податливая, как и в месте стандартного расположения этого прокола, разве что приёмную трубку придётся поглубже вводить в уретру. Такой прокол быстро заживает и в остальных аспектах ничем не отличается от традиционного ПА.

Принц

Глубокий ПА (см. выше) в комбинации с традиционным ПА называется «дельфин»: украшение входит в стандартный Принц Альберт, но вместо того, чтобы выйти через уретру, оно разворачивается в противоположную сторону и выходит через глубокий прокол. Сначала я ставлю тайгон, который вывожу через естественное отверстие уретры для более комфортного и быстрого заживления. Мужчины, у которых сильно различаются размеры пениса в эрегированном и неэрегированном состоянии, могут никогда не найти металлическое украшение, которое им было бы комфортно носить в дельфине.

Френум (The Frenum Piercing)

Время заживления: 3–4 месяца или дольше

Тип первичного украшения: штанга

Толщина первичного украшения: 2 мм или 2.5 мм (12 Ga или 10 Ga)

Размер первичного украшения: зависит от анатомии: обычно 16 мм (5/8 дюйма), иногда 14–20 мм (9/16 — 3/4 дюйма) или больше

Френум — это универсальный интимный пирсинг, который уступает по популярности разве только Принцу Альберту. Его название произошло от сокращения анатомического термина frenulum, или fraenum, обозначающего «уздечку» (волокнистый шнур соединительной ткани, в данном случае на нижней части полового члена), в которой делается прокол. Уздечка соединяет головку с крайней плотью, и большая ее часть обычно удаляется во время обрезания [53]. Именно то, что от нее осталось, и прокалывается у тех, кто прошел обрезание.

Френум: выбор места

Традиционно френум располагается горизонтально с нижней стороны пениса, примерно на 12 мм (½ дюйма) ниже того места, где обычно делается Принц Альберт. Неопытные пирсеры часто делают френум слишком близко к головке, так что для ПА не остается места. Стандартный френум должен находиться в нижней части головки, напротив ямки, где коронка соединяется с телом полового члена. После заживления вы можете носить большое кольцо, которое будет проходить через прокол и огибать тело полового члена.

Чтобы вместить складку кожи достаточной ширины, вам понадобится достаточно большое по диаметру кольцо — но такое украшение будет слишком громоздким для заживления, поэтому для безопасности и комфорта лучше начинать со штанги. Френум не проходит сквозь пещеристые тела или уретру, он целиком находится в тонкой эластичной коже пениса. Для этого вида пирсинга работает то же правило, что и для многих других проколов: если кожу можно ухватить пальцами и оттянуть, ее можно и проколоть.

Первоначально «френумом» называли только стандартный прокол с нижней стороны пениса, но теперь этот термин относится к любому виду плоскостного пирсинга на теле полового члена, в том числе расположенному вверху, по бокам и посередине. Степень успеха таких проколов зависит от расположения: у одних любой пирсинг на теле полового члена заживает хорошо, а у других шаг в сторону от классики приводит к смещению или отторжению.

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Prince Albert, Canada

Prince Albert is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada, after Saskatoon and Regina. It is situated near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. The city is known as the «Gateway to the North» because it is the last major centre along the route to the resources of northern Saskatchewan. Prince Albert National Park is located just 51 km north of the city and contains a huge wealth of lakes, forest, and wildlife. The city itself is located in a transition zone between the aspen parkland and boreal forest biomes. Prince Albert is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Prince Albert No. 461 and the Rural Municipality of Buckland No. 491. — Wikipedia

Things to do in Prince Albert

Diefenbaker House

Diefenbaker House is a museum in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. The museum building was built in 1912 and purchased in 1947 by The Right Honourable Prime Minister of Canada John Diefenbaker and his then wife Edna Diefenbaker. Olive Diefenbaker, John Diefenbaker’s second wife, moved into the house after the death of Edna and stayed there until 1975 when they donated the house to the city of Prince Albert to convert it into a museum. The museum is operated by the Prince Albert Historical Society.

Prince Albert Arts Centre

The former Prince Albert City Hall, now the Prince Albert Arts Centre, is a National Historic Site of Canada located at 1010 Central Ave. Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. Construction on this city Hall started in 1892, and was completed 1893. A. and W.B. Goodfellow Builders built the city hall with clock tower, opera house, and meeting room.

Prince Albert Historical Museum

The Prince Albert Historical Museum is operated by the Prince Albert Historical Society in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. It exhibits the history of the area in the city’s first firehall which was constructed in 1912 and served as such until 1975. On display are various First Nations artefacts, an old fire truck, a firemen’s pole, and a Native Dugout Canoe (believed to be a thousand years old). The Prince Albert Historical Museum also houses the city’s archives.

Northern Lights Casino

Northern Lights Casino, is a casino located in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. The 42000 sqft facility includes a Casino (with 400 slot machines, 11 table games), lounge, and restaurant opened in 1996.

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