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  • How to properly tell CI

    Hey guys,
    I know this may sound like a no brainer, but how does one accurately tell CI? Sometimes when I am sitting down I can look like CI5, sometimes there is some shrinkage (like after the gym) and I can look a CI 8 or 9, sometimes when standing I look like a CI3. My point being that my penis never seems to be consistently the same because it changes depending on what I am doing. Should one measure from standing? Sitting? Does temperature make a difference?
    If I know one thing in life, The fastest way to success is through consistency. Thinking of stopping / need some motivation? PM me.

    | DTR | Starting; CI3 | Current; RCI4 |

  • #2
    The real coverage index may help you decide that.

    http://www.restoringforeskin.org/pub...rage-index-rci

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    • #3
      Originally posted by V33S View Post
      how does one accurately tell CI? Sometimes when I am sitting down I can look like CI5, sometimes there is some shrinkage (like after the gym) and I can look a CI 8 or 9, sometimes when standing I look like a CI3
      According to the Foreskin Coverage Index page, you need to evaluate your coverage both soft and hard and choose the CI-level that best matches both.
      Also, I would only check the coverage level when standing.

      As the CI page says:
      an index that takes foreskin coverage in both the erect and soft states into account. When determining your CI number consider the amount of foreskin you normally have when soft and normally have when erect. Discount times when you are cold, have been exercising or taking medications such as viagra.
      I usually use the CI-level as an indicator of my restoration status, but I also think that other indicators are more realistic or practical, such as the Real Coverage Index (RCI) that deja_ale mentioned above, or the Forced erect Coverage (FEC).

      As the RCI page says:
      The RCI was created in response to the Foreskin Coverage Index, which has been criticized for not indicating men's restoration status. The Foreskin Coverage Index is good for describing the starting point, but, once a man starts restoring, the Foreskin Coverage Index is not adequate.
      Last edited by Allie2k14; 02-29-2016, 09:18 AM.
      From Madrid, Spain. Restoring with T-Tape, Manual, TLC & TLC-X since Jan 2014. Started as a CI-2, currently between CI-4 and CI-5 depending on the day.

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      • #4
        I had not seen the RCI before: much more useful. Going by that, I was cut to RCI4.

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        • #5
          Perfect, thanks for the information guys. According to RCI, I would say that I was cut somewhere between CI3 and CI4 and would now consider myself CI4. Everyone says that CI4 is one of the most difficult stages to be at because it seems to take so long to bridge between CI4 and CI5. Is that to say that CI5 to CI6 is less difficult, or would it be safe to assume that because there is already some coverage that the time it takes becomes mentally more tolerable?
          If I know one thing in life, The fastest way to success is through consistency. Thinking of stopping / need some motivation? PM me.

          | DTR | Starting; CI3 | Current; RCI4 |

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