6g to 4 guage

Hi finally achieved my goal pa piercing size today....5mm and 22mm diameter captive ball.
Went from intial 2mm 2.4 2.8 3.2 4mm in a few weeks..there weren't any 4.5mm so had to jump from 4mm to 5mm with taper. Got it after failed attempt 2weeks ago.. found I used the taper then fitted the ring without taper because the 5mm ring fitted inside so the taper is bigger than 5mm...

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RE:6g to 4 guage

Hi finally achieved my goal pa piercing size today....5mm and 22mm diameter captive ball.Went from intial 2mm 2.4 2.8 3.2 4mm in a few weeks..there weren't any 4.5mm so had to jump from 4mm to 5mm with taper. Got it after failed attempt 2weeks ago.. found I used the taper then fitted the ring without taper because the 5mm ring fitted inside so the taper is bigger than 5mm...

Congratulations! 5 mm is my goal PA piercing size too. But I wear it with 20 mm diameter.

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RE:6g to 4 guage

Hi finally achieved my goal pa piercing size today....5mm and 22mm diameter captive ball.Went from intial 2mm 2.4 2.8 3.2 4mm in a few weeks..there weren't any 4.5mm so had to jump from 4mm to 5mm with taper. Got it after failed attempt 2weeks ago.. found I used the taper then fitted the ring without taper because the 5mm ring fitted inside so the taper is bigger than 5mm...
Congratulations !! I started out with 2.4 mm then went to 3.2 mm which the piercer completed the job which was very painfull. Then 6 months later I went from 3.2 mm to 5.2 just with weekly stretching with tapered implements without any discomfort at all. I'll give myself a couple of months and hopefully I will finish off with 8 mm.

Cheers

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Congratulations on the new size. If you are now at a 4 gauge (5mm) I would not skip the 2 gauge (6mm) step along the way to the final 0 gauge (8mm).
From 4 to 2 gauge is a 1 mm jump. Then 2 to 0 is a 2 mm jump. I would not try to make it a 3 mm jump.
No need to rush it and tear it out and have to wait on it to heal or worse yet have a ripped dick.
Give it time, you will get there soon.

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Congratulations on the new size. If you are now at a 4 gauge (5mm) I would not skip the 2 gauge (6mm) step along the way to the final 0 gauge (8mm).From 4 to 2 gauge is a 1 mm jump. Then 2 to 0 is a 2 mm jump. I would not try to make it a 3 mm jump.No need to rush it and tear it out and have to wait on it to heal or worse yet have a ripped dick.Give it time, you will get there soon.
Thanks for the advise, makes plenty of sense. Not going to rush and spoil it. will go to the 2 gauge before going to 0.

Cheers

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The advice is not to rush it. Increase by 1mm at a time and let it heal in between. I have made it up to 7mm (2 gauge) by 25mm horse shoe. It looks fairly chunky. I recon to increase by 1mm each 6 months. So I should make 8mm (0 gauge) in February.

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Congrats! I've heard PAs can be stretched quickly. My frenum was easy to stretch up until I hit 6ga, then i had to go slower. It was over 6months to get to 4ga, and then almost a year after that too get to 2ga. Patience pays off!

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Congrats! I've heard PAs can be stretched quickly. My frenum was easy to stretch up until I hit 6ga, then i had to go slower. It was over 6months to get to 4ga, and then almost a year after that too get to 2ga. Patience pays off!

No, better slowly. The PA also needs time. At least 6 weeks you should wait until the next step.

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A PA *can* be stretched rather quickly but slow is better. From experience I can say that stretching too fast can be painful and then take a while after to go to the next step. Its better to do a little at a time. Several weeks between steps up is the fastest I would go. Even then slow down with it if it feels painful. Your body will let you know if you are going too fast if you pay attention. I vividly remember my stretch from 2 to 0 gauge which had to be done in several increments.

I got up to 0 gauge but that was a bit heavy and can cause irritation and undesired stretching due to the weight over time. I'm happy with my 2 gauge right now. I wear it most of the time but occasionally take it out for a bit maybe overnight. Sometimes i even pop the 0 gauge back in when I want a little more "swing" in my step. LOL!

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