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  • Question about the Senslip

    I heard that it is not recommended to wear the senslip 24 hours a day. Is this true, and if so, why is this?

    I am looking for something to help regain the sensitivity in my glans. The Manhood just falls off all the time and doesn't seem to work for me. A retainer doesn't allow enough extra skin for when I get erections at night and I worry about hurting my penis somehow from getting an erection at night while wearing a retainer. Thus it is difficult for me to find a way to keep the glans covered all the time.

  • #2
    Senslips have a few disadvantages:
    1. They are made of latex rubber. Developing sensitivities to latex is not uncommon after extended contact with it.
    2. They do not help you restore. In fact, wearing one means you're not restoring.
    3. They do not help retain the skin you do have. In fact, wearing one means you're not retaining.
    4. They are expensive for basically being a souped up condom. ($8 each)

    That is why restoration groups tend not to think much of the product.
    Visit my restoration progress journal.

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    • #3
      Until you have enough skin to retain easily and reliably, you shouldn't even try to dekeratinize. If you do you will be a slave to these ridiculous contraptions because the increased sensitivity will not feel so good rubbing on your clothing. Just wait until you can retain with an o-ring.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mjwise View Post
        Senslips have a few disadvantages:
        1. They are made of latex rubber. Developing sensitivities to latex is not uncommon after extended contact with it.
        2. They do not help you restore. In fact, wearing one means you're not restoring.
        3. They do not help retain the skin you do have. In fact, wearing one means you're not retaining.
        4. They are expensive for basically being a souped up condom. ($8 each)

        That is why restoration groups tend not to think much of the product.
        I am aware of 2, 3 and 4. Is #1 the reason why I have heard it is not recommended to wear the Senslip 24/7?

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