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    So I've got a bit of a thick cock . . .

    My flaccid glans size is over 2 inches wide. When I ordered my TLC-x I ordered a 51/57mm stretcher. Ron emailed to say they rarely sell this size and have no others bigger than that.

    My problem is my limitation to tugging for longer sessions because of the pain I eventually feel on the edges of my glans from the squeezing of the tugger plate. I feel no pain in my developing foreskin at all.

    Should I request that they make a size that actually fits my glans? I feel like it is limiting my progress at this point . . .

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  • #2
    Just do shorter sessions. When it starts to hurt take it off and take a break for 30 minutes or so. This on and off approach is better for skin growth any way. It's called cyclic tension and is proven to grow skin faster. In fact that's how they grow skin for burn victims (not on your dick). You are trying to trigger the skin cells to divide and devices by their very nature restrict blood flow to some degree. Triggered cells need blood flow to complete the process, so when it hurts, TAKE IT OFF!

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    • #3

      Thank you!!!

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      • #4
        The size of the device looks fine, imo. I personally find it more comfortable to wear something that is a bit smaller in size than larger. Do what parsecskin said about the cyclic tension and removing it if it begins to hurt.

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        • #5
          Oh! Almost forgot. Another "hack" I have developed that greatly increases the comfort of the TLC-X is to apply a light coat of beeswax based lip balm to the pusher where it contacts your glans. You may be experiencing "sticktion" from the sticky nature of silicone. Plain is best, Honey flavor is OK (actually preferred because honey is naturally anti-microbial), just don't use the peppermint flavor one unless you're into pain!

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          • #6
            The lubricant is a good idea, and it is cheap and easy to try. I had a similar problem when I switched to solid silicon inserts, and the lube solved my issue.

            You could also try making the edge rounder and larger, either by adding a bit of tape padding, or adding a bead of silicon aquarium caulking, which should stick to the silicon gripper.

            Regards

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mrbigcat View Post
              So I've got a bit of a thick cock . . .

              My flaccid glans size is over 2 inches wide. When I ordered my TLC-x I ordered a 51/57mm stretcher. Ron emailed to say they rarely sell this size and have no others bigger than that.

              My problem is my limitation to tugging for longer sessions because of the pain I eventually feel on the edges of my glans from the squeezing of the tugger plate. I feel no pain in my developing foreskin at all.

              Should I request that they make a size that actually fits my glans? I feel like it is limiting my progress at this point . . .
              Look around for a different device. You need to tug for 4 - 6 hours a day to see decent results. The short session crowd lacks photo evidence for claims that it actually works.

              Get a PUD GP XL. http://www.abody.com/product_pud_gp.aspx
              Last edited by salamander6773; 01-31-2019, 08:48 PM.

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              • #8
                Personally, I’d mix it up with a different decvices. I never found the (regular) TLC all that comfortable. Or the Cat. I had to find the one I liked. Which happened to only cost me $30. Which was nice. Wish I had found it earlier.

                Also, impressive dick, bro. What’s ur measure length? Hard? Wish I was rocking a rod that big. Lol.

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                • #9
                  Thank you all very much for the insights and advice. I really appreciate it!

                  (Thanks Bendaleinc - I'll message directly.

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                  • #10
                    It might help to position the pusher plate closer to the ventral side. Try to center it on the glans when looking down on it from above; this should minimize the amount of the coronal flare that gets pulled up by the foreskin. I do this with my CAT II Q. My glans is almost as wide as yours, compared to the pusher plate, and I've found that distributing the tension evenly around it is important for avoiding discomfort.

                    Also, don't use too much tension. A good rule in restoration is 'No pain, all gain.'

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