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Quote snake07 Replybullet Topic: Off-center glans piercing?
    Posted: February/05/2013 at 9:18am
Hello, I was thinking of one thing I haven't seen so far. So I want to make sure it is possible to heal.

Basically, it is similar to apadravya, just piercing the glans off the center, not through the urethra. It could be pierced on both sides, being somewhat snake-bites-like.

The fact I never read about it makes me wonder if it's okay and whether it would heal. Anyone heard about that, tried that ... already?
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Quote pierced_celt Replybullet Posted: February/05/2013 at 2:37pm
im pretty sure it can be done (not a pro), but the healing time would be longer and more difficult.i'm sure ive read about it on bme a couple of years ago.
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Quote sh4ky Replybullet Posted: February/06/2013 at 12:17am
I know that a piercer here in Melbourne offers apa's, both transurethral and not, so by rights the one that doesn't go through the urethra would be the same as what you are after (if I understand you correctly) so it can be done.
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Quote Cale Replybullet Posted: February/06/2013 at 4:44pm
It can be done. Go to an experienced professional for this as well!
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Quote snake07 Replybullet Posted: February/06/2013 at 8:34pm
Well, I have these fancy 1.6 mm needles, clamps ... And I like DYI a lot. I would never try any kind of surgery like scalpeling (eg. Transscrotal) on my own, but a piercing is a fairly easy thing to do ...
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Quote pierced_celt Replybullet Posted: February/07/2013 at 1:32am
NOT a good idea. Get it done by a pro.
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Quote jackson1981 Replybullet Posted: November/14/2013 at 10:09pm
Old thread, but:

Yes, it can be done. It's not a standard way to do it but an experienced piercer can make it work without a problem.

No, it's not a good DIY routine. These things should not be attempted at home. Just my opinion.
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