The Pallang runs vertically or horizontally through the glans of the penis.
Executed horizontally, it is known as an “Ampallang”.
Executed vertically, it is called an “Apadravya”.
The Apadravya is more common in the Indian tradition, and runs vertically through the frenum, upward through the middle of the glans.
The Ampallang and the Shaft Ampallang have a long history and originated in the Indian subcontinent. It was a sign of masculinity, and it’s said that without a Pallang the man cannot obtain pleasure. The Pallang should be stretched in order to effectively stimulate the woman.
The Pallang figures prominently in the Kamasutra as well.
The Apadravya is usually exectued in the middle of the glans and runs through the urethra (whereas an Ampallang runs horizontally through the glans). The Apadravya can be done in two sessions, starting with a Prince Albert, then when that has healed, completing the piercing with the canal going from the upper end of the glans to the urethra. The upper half of the piercing is not identical to a Reverse Prince Albert, because although the canal’s placement is the same, its angle is slightly different.
Here, too, it is recommended that you anesthetize the urethra to minimize the pain.
The Ampallang should be worn with a thickness of at least 2.0 to 4.0mm, to prevent any tearing.
Initially we pierce with a thickness of 1.6-2.0mm, which can then be stretched according to your preference.
Because this piercing runs through the glans and through the urethra, it heals very quickly within 3-4 months.
Genital piercings can take between 2 weeks and 6 months to heal completely, rarely longer. Like other external piercings, in the first three weeks it should be cleaned with ProntoLind spray twice a day, and then coated with ProntoLind gel. It is important to wash your hands before touching the pierced area and the jewelry itself. By caring for the piercing in the correct manner and with the proper materials, you will rarely have to deal with cases of proud flesh.
In the first few days following the procedure, we recommend that you abstain from sexual intercourse, and wear a condom when resuming normal sexual activities.
Using urine helps the wound heal considerably more quickly, therefore we recommend that you urinate frequently.
The Apadravya is a very stimulating form of piercing for both the man and the woman. In the case of women it provides a remarkable stimulation of the G-Spot and hence a great deal of pleasure. The balls of the Apadravya rub against the inside of the vagina and also give women a new kind of sensation. The man, on the other hand, will feel the pleasurable friction along the entire penis and glans, in addition to which the PA will stimulate the urethra, which is delightful in itself.
Unfortunately, a woman will be hard pressed to find an Apadravya wearer given that they are rarely performed.
The Shaft Apadravya is pierced directly behind the ridge of the glans and can theoretically be done along the penis all the way to the back.
In reality, this kind of piercing will be hard to find.