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The apadydoe piercing (first coined by Erik Dakota via Fakir Musafar's Body Play magazine) is an orbital ring passing through a crooked apadravya and an off-centre dydoe, as shown in the diagram. These are typically done in pairs. This would usually be done as separate piercings (ie. heal the apadravya and dydoe, and then put in a ring that's sized for the person's anatomy), rather than piercing it initially as an apadydoe.

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