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Introductory post

June 15, 2007

Welcome to my blog!

If you are unfamiliar with foreskin restoration, here is a brief outline:

It is a process of gradual stretching of the remaining skin after circumcision over the course of many months to replicate the functionality and appearance of an uncut penis.

I am almost 30 years old and I was circumcised when I was 14 as my foreskin was tight enough to prevent me from retracting it. Since then I have often thought about what it would be like to have my foreskin back. Then I discovered that it is possible to “grow back” a foreskin by stretching.

So, this is my diary of my own journey, starting today. I hope it will be a tool to help my own motivation and maybe even serve as an inspiration to others in a similar position.

2 comments

  1. I hope you have found the committment this process takes. I discovered restoration in 1990 and stayed diligent for about 3 months. I gained a number on the CI scale from 1 to 2. I started restoring again in March 2006. A great support group with lots of good feedback has kept me going. The changes are amazing, to say the least. My goal is complete coverage when erect. My young urologist is curious and interested especially when I told him I no longer needed Cialis!
    Best of luck and I look forward to your shared journey.
    KOT
    Greg


  2. I suppose I’m one of the luckier cut guys out there; I have some extra, loose skin that actually covers half of my head most of the time when soft, so I am probably a good candidate for stretching. So, my burning question to you is, have you tried different types of devices, and which one would you likely recommend? I believe in buy once and buy right; I was leaning toward the CAT II or PUD device.
    Thank you



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