Reverse Prince Albert piercing

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Reverse PA
Reverse PA
Reverse PA

A reverse Prince Albert Piercing is exactly what it says: a "reverse Prince Albert", meaning instead of the piercing exiting through the bottom of the glans (like a Prince Albert), it exits through the top.


  1. Placement
  2. Procedure
  3. Healing and aftercare
  4. Long-term health issues
  5. Jewelry
  6. History and culture
  7. Reference
  8. Related Articles


The Reverse PA is a urethral piercing, entering through the urethral opening and exiting through a hole in the top of the glans. This can be seen as either half an Apadravya (the top half) or an upside-down PA.


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Healing and aftercare

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Long-term health issues

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< this section should describe the common jewelry worn in the piercing, both the initial jewelry commonly used, and the more common types of jewelry worn in the healed piercing. Perhaps the "stretchability" of the piercing should also be discussed here, as it's directly related to the jewelry that is worn? If there's a particularly strange piece of jewelry or a device (like a chastity device) that's worn in the piercing, it should probably get a subheader>

History and culture

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<any materials cited in the article should go here. Web materials should be linked, textual materials should be properly cited, as in a bibliography.>

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