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Hi guys, Take a look at my dorsal side of my dick. It's hard for me to restore here and it's hanging up my progress.

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  • Hi guys, Take a look at my dorsal side of my dick. It's hard for me to restore here and it's hanging up my progress.

    What's up guys? I'v been restoring for a while with good success expept for the back. I'm getting hung up on the back side of my dick where the remains of my frenulum is, it's acting like rubber band and it's not a smooth surface for restoring skin. I'm thinking maybe a minor surgery could smooth it out so I can expand the skin there as well as I can with the rest of my penis skin surface.

    Please, take a look at the pictures and I want to see what you guys think of my issue. The last photo I posted is a smooth part of my dick for comparison. Skin every where else expands really well. The backside is all weird.
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    Actually that's the ventral side. The dorsal side is the top. Anyway, I don't see anything out of the ordinary. The ventral side is the most difficult to get to grow because of its proximity to the scrotum which gets pulled up with tension and it contains the raphe. Manual #2 is the best way to get this stubborn part to grow. YOU DON'T WANT SURGERY!
    This will only create more scar tissue and that stuff is even more difficult to expand. Plus you will have some nerve damage as well. You already got enough of that being circumcised. You don'tneed more. Just do manual #2 and if will grow.

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    • #3
      I was also like that. There was considerable scarring at the end of my frenulum remnant. Scar tissue does not expand at the same rate as other skin. But, it does expand.

      I used T-tape as my main restoration method. Towards the end of my restoration I made short effective length T-tapes and put them on the ventral half of my penis. This caused that skin to expand.

      As parsecskin suggests, try manual methods. Best wishes.
      Tormod

      Some of you may have had occasion to run into mathematicians and to wonder therefore how they got that way - Tom Lehrer

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      • #4
        I've just been using DTR and my skin has noticely expanded everywhere but along the ventral side center line.
        I don't have time to sit around manually pulling that skin for hours a day. Once I get flaccid coverage I wont be able to expand much more for coverage when I get erect I don't think. That's sad.
        I'll look into T-tape I guess.

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        • #5
          You don't need to spend hours per day with supplemental manual methods. 15 minutes in the morning, 15 minutes in the evening and a coupled of minutes here and there whenever you can all add up. Manual #2 is EXTREMELY effective.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Pipboyguy View Post
            I've just been using DTR and my skin has noticely expanded everywhere but along the ventral side center line.
            I don't have time to sit around manually pulling that skin for hours a day. Once I get flaccid coverage I wont be able to expand much more for coverage when I get erect I don't think. That's sad.
            I'll look into T-tape I guess.
            Looks like you've discovered your raphe. It's natural, supposed to be there. It expands, pretty much at the same rate. It's a non issue, not a problem, we all have raphae, and those of us who have finished, all have raphae, and our progress wasn't stopped. We reached our goals.

            So:

            "dorsal" = top side, like the dorsal fin on a shark (ventral = bottom side (not "back side"); and your raphe is the seam of your penis, when it was formed when you went from a neutral, could go-either-way blob, into a boy blob.

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            • #7
              I found this thread, and it is really helpful for the stage im at right now. But, I think I may have a bit of a more extensive problem than the standard raphe reluctant to stretch. I have a clear and defined raphe that is certainly difficult to stretch, though progress has been made. I do believe i have some additional problem wit ventral fiberous tissue that is linear with the raphe. One line just to the right of the raphe is well defined within the skin or just under the skin and has strength and resistance to stretch almost like a ligament. There is another linear line just to the left of the raphe that is similar, but more broad and less defined. Could this be scaring from the circumcision? Could this be ligament? Could this be another structure? It is really frustrating, because it is extremely resistant to stretch and growth. Thank you for your help and insights.

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              • #8
                If you have a penis you have a raphe. They are all thick. Those of us who have successfully restored all have raphes (assuming that's the plural). We weren't stopped in some way, we were all successful! So don't worry, just keep tugging. And think about this: the only way you could possibly know that your raphe is blocking "progress" is, you'd have to be able to see how your cell division is happening, and you can't, there is no way for us to see en vivo mitosis, other than the rough way, ie small wrinkles on your dick, after months of tugging. So don't worry, don't let your imagination rule your journey. Just tug and you'll get there. It takes a LOT of time to see progress.

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                • #9
                  Because you keep using the word "stretch" I feel that this needs to be said. We aren't stretching our skin "long". We are applying tensions to our skin, which stretches it because skin was meant to stretch as a defense against tension. But what causes your skin to grow more of itself is tension. So if you think about it, something that actually resists tension ("stretching" out) probably sees more tension at some point than a really stretchy amount of skin. So if your raphe is thick and pronounced, and resists noticeable stretching, then there most likely isn't any problem for you in restoration. This whole issue has come up many times on forums, and as far as we know its a non issue. It was for me. The ventral skin which carries the raphe grew more of itself quite readily. I now have a natural looking skin tube.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Pipboyguy View Post
                    What's up guys? I'v been restoring for a while with good success expept for the back. I'm getting hung up on the back side of my dick where the remains of my frenulum is, it's acting like rubber band and it's not a smooth surface for restoring skin. I'm thinking maybe a minor surgery could smooth it out so I can expand the skin there as well as I can with the rest of my penis skin surface.

                    Please, take a look at the pictures and I want to see what you guys think of my issue. The last photo I posted is a smooth part of my dick for comparison. Skin every where else expands really well. The backside is all weird.
                    I'd suggest using a traction device like the Penimaster with the strap attachment (not the vacuum attachment). The Penimaster with the strap attachment allows you to secure it half way up the penis meaning just the skin is stretched and it isolates the ventral skin from the scrotal skin, and so should help generate ventral skin.

                    I've got more ventral skin than anything else, due to using skin to cushion my glans against both hanging devices and the Penimaster plate & strap back when I was practising penis enlargement.
                    Last edited by Rango; 12-31-2019, 09:08 AM.

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                    • #11
                      And, because this guy keeps using the term, "traction" has nothing to do with what we do. We, and devices (including Ron's devices) use tension, not "traction". Traction is superficial, involves surfaces only. Tension, as used by us and clinical skin expansion, involves deeper levels, in this case the stratum basale, the only living layer in the epidermal compliment. Read the replies here critically; because its the internet we inevitably deal with unsupervised children.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Reality View Post
                        "traction" has nothing to do with what we do.
                        We don't need to get hung up on this. Traction devices can create tension. Tensioning the skin induces stress. Tensile stress causes accelerated cell division.

                        No need to stress out.
                        -Ron Low
                        [email protected]
                        847 414-1692 Chicago

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                        • #13
                          Traction is essential when restoring. Try to tug with any slippery/oily substance on your penis... it's impossible!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by admin View Post

                            We don't need to get hung up on this. Traction devices can create tension. Tensioning the skin induces stress. Tensile stress causes accelerated cell division.

                            No need to stress out.
                            I guess it's best just not to get dragged into it, but...

                            ..."traction" is perfectly acceptable given the vernacular here. It's like no one was ever killed by volts, and no volts ever passed through anyone: it's the amps/current that kills a person.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Rango View Post
                              I guess it's best just not to get dragged into it, but...

                              ..."traction" is perfectly acceptable given the vernacular here. It's like no one was ever killed by volts, and no volts ever passed through anyone: it's the amps/current that kills a person.
                              Actually it's neither the voltage or current that kills, it's having enough of both at once. 200 amps at 1 volt won't even shock you. Meanwhile when you walk around in socks and touch a door knob and get zapped by static, that's around 20,000 volts, but such tiny amperage you just get a little snap. Then a typical wall socket is 120 volts, 20 amps, which is enough to knock you on your ass or kill you if you can't let go of it.

                              But yeah, traction has two meanings here.

                              1. The amount of grip a material has on the penis. Your tugging hand needs good traction on the skin to be able to manual tug... otherwise it'll just slip right off.

                              2. A traction device, which is a specific type of tugger that basically performs manual method 2 hands-free, using extending rods to apply tension. The name comes from medical procedures involving stretching out a body part, which they call traction. If you look up traction in the dictionary, one definition is "the act of pulling or drawing out". So yeah, it's a perfectly valid word, though risky to use because not many people are word-nerds and could easily misunderstand how it's being used.

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