Paraphimosis in Piercing

10 11th, 2010 Author: SirStab

Paraphimosis is a medical condition that is caused by the male foreskin remaining retracted from the glans penis for an extended period of time. This condition relates to body piercing, particularly for placements such as the Apadravya, Ampallang, foreskin, PA, and reverse-PA on intact males. Paraphimosis can become extremely serious, sometimes necessitating partial or complete amputation of the penis.

As professionals, it is our duty to inform our clients of the potential risks associated with the services we offer. When next you begin working with an intact male client that has requested any of the foregoing placements, make certain that your client knows that this complication is something to be avoided!


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