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    Hello everyone!

    I read a post a while back about dekeratinization. Essentially, it said that one can usually tell how sensitive the shaft has become due to the water in the shower tickling your shaft. I personally haven't experienced this yet, and therefore am wondering about it.

    I know that sensitivity can take months to restore. I am currently in my 4th month of restoration, and I can say that the sensitivity has increased quite a bit. This is especially true with the lip of the shaft.

    Does the sensitivity increase more and more over time? Is there a point where it just drops off?

    Back when I was uncircumcised, I could masturbate all on my own and not even need porn. It just felt so good all on its own. However, after I was circumcised, I needed far more stimulation to get the same effect. I hope that I can take back enough sensitivity so that I can just enjoy the natural feeling of my foreskin and my own time.

    Thank you everyone!

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    Yes, definitely. The dekeratinization is an ongoing process with restoration, but full coverage is when it really gets started, at least from what I've heard. Some people choose to use retainers before full restoration to try to get as much sensitivity as possible before full restoration.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mandible View Post
      Yes, definitely. The dekeratinization is an ongoing process with restoration, but full coverage is when it really gets started, at least from what I've heard. Some people choose to use retainers before full restoration to try to get as much sensitivity as possible before full restoration.

      So you mean that when you get full coverage, that's when it REALLY becomes noticeable?

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      • #4
        Yeah, basically. I can't speak from direct experience yet, but that's the pattern I've observed. Since I started restoring, I still haven't gotten anywhere close to coverage yet, and I plan on finishing that first, but having the skin pulled over it by other means, like a device or retainer, has dramatically increased the sensitivity over time. I have substantially more feeling than I did before.

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        • #5
          How old were you when you were circumcised?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Trey47 View Post
            How old were you when you were circumcised?
            Sorry for the late reply. I was circumcised at 16, and at the moment I am 22.

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            • #7
              So how many percent reduction in feelings of your penis would you say circumcision has caused you?

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              • #8
                I was circumcised at birth as far as I know. My only real feelings are at the frenulum muco-cutaneous junction, the underbelly of my penis just above the circa scar. Only an area about the size of the tip of my little finger. I can't even imagine how good it would feel to have all the meissner corpuscles on a ridged band.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Trey47 View Post
                  So how many percent reduction in feelings of your penis would you say circumcision has caused you?

                  Sorry for the ridiculously late reply. It's hard to say based on percentages. I would say that circumcision has caused roughly...40% reduces pleasure? It's really hard to gauge it. When I was involved in sexual acts before circumcision, it felt ridiculously good. So good in fact, that even now I sometimes still think back to those times because they had such an impact on me. After I was circumcised, my penis was eventually just a dry and flaky thing. It wasn't the worst thing ever, but it didn't feel THAT good. I still felt pleasure, but man was it sometimes just not enough.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Trey47 View Post
                    I was circumcised at birth as far as I know. My only real feelings are at the frenulum muco-cutaneous junction, the underbelly of my penis just above the circa scar. Only an area about the size of the tip of my little finger. I can't even imagine how good it would feel to have all the meissner corpuscles on a ridged band.

                    Sorry to hear about your loss. I sometimes get myself worked up about these kinds of things. I just wish that I could reverse it, but unfortunately I can't. Even when watching adult content, I can't help but notice the foreskin and just fantasize about what it would be like to have it back. I hope that in the end I will have a satisfying result. Keep being positive.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by urethramaster View Post
                      Hello everyone!

                      I read a post a while back about dekeratinization. Essentially, it said that one can usually tell how sensitive the shaft has become due to the water in the shower tickling your shaft. I personally haven't experienced this yet, and therefore am wondering about it.

                      I know that sensitivity can take months to restore. I am currently in my 4th month of restoration, and I can say that the sensitivity has increased quite a bit. This is especially true with the lip of the shaft.

                      Does the sensitivity increase more and more over time? Is there a point where it just drops off?

                      Back when I was uncircumcised, I could masturbate all on my own and not even need porn. It just felt so good all on its own. However, after I was circumcised, I needed far more stimulation to get the same effect. I hope that I can take back enough sensitivity so that I can just enjoy the natural feeling of my foreskin and my own time.

                      Thank you everyone!
                      Sad, but no one here has actually answered your question. Apparently you think they have. Not so. At least one member was honest enough to state the truth, ie their answer wasn't based in personal experience. Apparently no one else in this thread has experience or basic knowledge. So let's answer your post directly:

                      1. You use the word "shaft" in association with dekeratinization and sensitivity. Your shaft will never dekeratinize (other than the usual process of shedding cells in the way that all skin does), and your shaft will never become more sensitive than it is now. Nobody ever refers to dekeratinization and sensitivity in association with shaft skin. You shaft is covered with essentially normal skin, and there are no nerves associated with sexual sensitivity located under this skin. You did use the word "shaft" so I'm answering this specifically.

                      2. The words "dekeratization" and "sensitivity" are used to describe dried and roughened mucosa. This mucosal tissue is located from the scar line to the glans tip. Some guys have only the short area from just behind the corona (the flared portion of your glans) to the glans tip. This mucosal tissue dries and somewhat roughens when it is repeatedly abraded from clothing. If this tissue is covered, then after a time it will shed its dead cells and become much more like nature intended it to be, ie moist and sensitive. It becomes sensitive because there ARE the "nerves" associated with high level sensation located under this tissue.

                      3. Dekeratinization per se, happens when it happens. Commonly this takes time, weeks to months, and again only after this tissue is covered and safe from abrasion. Dekeratinization doesn't happen because of tugging, it happens only when your mucosa is covered long enough.

                      4. Your glans, while having the capability to increase a bit in sensitivity after it's covered, does NOT have those high level nerves under its mucosa, so your glans will never be highly sensitive because no person's glans was designed to be highly sensitive; no one circ'd and no one who is intact. This is the way nature designed your glans. Thinking that the glans is the area of highest pleasure comes from the ignorance of circumcision culture.

                      So: if you have mucosal tissue from the scar line to your glans tip, or at least from your corona to the glans tip, you will experience SOME increase in sensitivity after the dried, roughened cells are shed. But not your shaft skin. Most of the sensitivity increase happens to the mucosa from the scar line to your corona. That tissue can become very sensitive and pleasure inducing.
                      Last edited by Info; 02-07-2016, 08:28 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Info View Post

                        Sad, but no one here has actually answered your question. Apparently you think they have. Not so. At least one member was honest enough to state the truth, ie their answer wasn't based in personal experience. Apparently no one else in this thread has experience or basic knowledge. So let's answer your post directly:

                        1. You use the word "shaft" in association with dekeratinization and sensitivity. Your shaft will never dekeratinize (other than the usual process of shedding cells in the way that all skin does), and your shaft will never become more sensitive than it is now. Nobody ever refers to dekeratinization and sensitivity in association with shaft skin. You shaft is covered with essentially normal skin, and there are no nerves associated with sexual sensitivity located under this skin. You did use the word "shaft" so I'm answering this specifically.

                        2. The words "dekeratization" and "sensitivity" are used to describe dried and roughened mucosa. This mucosal tissue is located from the scar line to the glans tip. Some guys have only the short area from just behind the corona (the flared portion of your glans) to the glans tip. This mucosal tissue dries and somewhat roughens when it is repeatedly abraded from clothing. If this tissue is covered, then after a time it will shed its dead cells and become much more like nature intended it to be, ie moist and sensitive. It becomes sensitive because there ARE the "nerves" associated with high level sensation located under this tissue.

                        3. Dekeratinization per se, happens when it happens. Commonly this takes time, weeks to months, and again only after this tissue is covered and safe from abrasion. Dekeratinization doesn't happen because of tugging, it happens only when your mucosa is covered long enough.

                        4. Your glans, while having the capability to increase a bit in sensitivity after it's covered, does NOT have those high level nerves under its mucosa, so your glans will never be highly sensitive because no person's glans was designed to be highly sensitive; no one circ'd and no one who is intact. This is the way nature designed your glans. Thinking that the glans is the area of highest pleasure comes from the ignorance of circumcision culture.

                        So: if you have mucosal tissue from the scar line to your glans tip, or at least from your corona to the glans tip, you will experience SOME increase in sensitivity after the dried, roughened cells are shed. But not your shaft skin. Most of the sensitivity increase happens to the mucosa from the scar line to your corona. That tissue can become very sensitive and pleasure inducing.
                        Thanks for answering my questions. The clarification with the shaft and mucosa are important distinctions.

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