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Men with piercings appears to be as popular as men with tattoos. Getting a tattoo can be very painful, especially if you are scared of needles. However, some suffer through it. BUT, body piercings as interesting as it may be, it looks awfully painful. As tattoos, it is considered a work of art. Who know there were so many male genital piercings: ampallang, apradravya, dydoe, foreskin piercing, frenum piercing, gulche piercing, hafada/scotum piercing and the daddy of them all "the Prince Albert."
The Prince Albert is probably the most popular of all male piercings. It is said that 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. CAN SOME SAY OUCH! 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. Recommended jewelry is a 10 gauge captive bead ring or circular barbell. The circular barbell may be more comfortable, especially for the uncircumcised wearer. The healing time is two to four months. There are sexual limitations. Abstinence should be practiced for at least one week, and careful sexual activity afterward. Remember, a condom should be worn during the entire healing process.
Male nipple piercing has become popular over the past decade. A nipple piercing is a piercing, centered usually at the base of the nipple. It can be pierced at any angle but is usually done horizontally or, less often, vertically. It is also possible to place multiple piercings on top of one another. Death due to complications resulting from nipple piercings have occurred, as have serious infections resulting in the removal of a breast after getting a nipple ring. Typically, nipple piercings will take two to four months to fully heal. Some people have noted that they can take up to a year and a half to fully heal. It is recommended that if stretching a nipple piercing, the piercee waits at least the healing time of their piercings between stretches. SOUNDS PAINFUL TO ME, but people enjoy it.
This is crazy - check out this video. I don't know. I guess this is a real man, here, because I do not have to experience it to know that it hurts like H3LL! Yikes! Ouch, Ouch!
Here is a clip of nipple piercing:
Please note the information should not be considered as medical information. Seek the attention of your doctor before doing something like this. Resources are Wikipedia, and About.com, and You Tube.