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  • 2Qs: restoration helps ED? Best age to restore?

    Does your chance of Erectile dysfunction go down after foreskin restoration?

    Is 24 a good age to do foreskin restoration and still get benefits

    {admin: Subject line edited to better reflect thread content. Always best to put one question per thread. }

  • #2
    ED really has nothing to do with the outside skin of ur penis. ED is caused by things like not enuf bloodflow to your penis or drug abuse or low testoterone.

    24 is a great age to start restoration. If you are diligent with your stretching, your younger skin grows faster and ull have a nice hood quicker than if u started at 40.

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    • #3
      Circumcision is THE #1 cause of ED. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Pfizer, the manufacturer of Viagra, has some rather astonishing sales figures. The US has only about 6% of the world's male population, but consumes a whopping 80% of the world's Viagra! Know why? CIRCUMCISION.
      The reason for circumcision being the #1 cause of ED is: 1) circumcision does interrupt blood flow to some degree. Not so much in the spongy tissues, but it does elsewhere. 2) When the natural protection of the foreskin is lost, all that mucous membrane dries out and loses sensitivity BIG TIME! 3) The amount sensitivity further lost to missing nerve endings plays a huge role too. Although there are legitimate circulation issues associated with ED, and that's what ED drugs were really designed for, the real culprit is loss of sensitivity with cut guys. "If you can't feel your dick, you can't get it up"!

      So, with this taken into consideration, YES, restoration DOES reduce your chances of getting ED tremendously by keeping those sensitive tissues sensitive. And to a swer the OP's question: 24 is a great age to start. The younger the better because as we age it takes longer. You ain't getting any younger so get to it!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by parsecskin View Post
        Circumcision is THE #1 cause of ED. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Pfizer, the manufacturer of Viagra, has some rather astonishing sales figures. The US has only about 6% of the world's male population, but consumes a whopping 80% of the world's Viagra! Know why? CIRCUMCISION.
        Do you know this is why the US consumes the most Viagra, though? I would just assume it's because a combination of other factors. Like Pfizer being an American company. Or the US being one of the weird places that allows drug companies to blatantly advertise directly to the masses. Or difference in societal views in different regions.

        But about the age question, 24 is a great time to start restoring. I agree with everyone else in the statement that "the earlier the better." And 24 is actually pretty early, a lot of people in the community are like twice your age.

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        • #5
          My figures were slightly off. The US has 4.5% of the male population and consumes 47% of the Viagra supply. Still highly disproportionate. The amount they sell in countries that dont cut is statistically insignificant. But you are right about doctors pushing drugs.

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          • #6
            Don't put any stock in anyone who says anything but the most basic information is a verified fact or otherwise shouldn't be treated with skepticism. Studies on the effects of circumcision are conflicted and as far as I know, there are no serious studies on foreskin restoration.

            As far as I'm concerned, circumcision is an unnecessary procedure that I did not consent to. Claims of erectile dysfunction, decreased sensitivity, and psychological damage may in fact be true, but they are all beside the main point, at least for me. "My body, my choice" should be a bedrock principle that we all turn to when framing this debate.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by eeeee View Post
              Don't put any stock in anyone who says anything but the most basic information is a verified fact or otherwise shouldn't be treated with skepticism. Studies on the effects of circumcision are conflicted and as far as I know, there are no serious studies on foreskin restoration.

              As far as I'm concerned, circumcision is an unnecessary procedure that I did not consent to. Claims of erectile dysfunction, decreased sensitivity, and psychological damage may in fact be true, but they are all beside the main point, at least for me. "My body, my choice" should be a bedrock principle that we all turn to when framing this debate.
              You are absolutely right! Ad this is where the bastards that do this procedure violate their Hippocratic (Hypocritic?) Oath. This and "First, do no harm". However, you cannot dismiss the OTHER issues you mentioned. They are VERY real.

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