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    So I was circumcised as an infant, but my frenulum is intact. It is very sensitive so I know it's not a piece of skin. it's about about two inches long, it extends from the glands to a bit ABOVE the circumcision scar and the farther from the glands it is the thiner it is. I have NOT had any problems with it. So how will this affect my restoration and will my frenulum be able to hold my foreskin in place once I'm finished restoring.

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    I'm doing manual restoration by the way.

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      1. My objective input is that you won't need as long of a foreskin as others (like myself) who were radically circumcised. This will hold your foreskin forward the way God designed it.

      2. Ron's "TLC" products have a spot to align for those who have an intact frennulm.

      3. There are intact men who elect to lengthen their foreskin because it is short. I would encourage a response from those who are intact for specific insight.
      View My Progress Gallery @ https://foreskinrestoration.vbulleti...ooded-progress

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        Originally posted by Haddad View Post
        So I was circumcised as an infant, but my frenulum is intact. It is very sensitive so I know it's not a piece of skin. it's about about two inches long, it extends from the glands to a bit ABOVE the circumcision scar and the farther from the glands it is the thiner it is. I have NOT had any problems with it. So how will this affect my restoration and will my frenulum be able to hold my foreskin in place once I'm finished restoring.
        1. Second question first: the answer is no. But this isn't an issue because the smooth muscle layer under your shaft skin will narrow down on its own and keep your skin tube forward, if you have enough expanded skin.

        2. Having a prominent frenulum has caused a problem for some guys when they used a compression device (an inner cone helping to trap skin under an outer cone) but the solution to that problem is notching the inner cone (some come this way if you specify that you need it) so it compresses the frenulum with little or no force.

        (and the word is "glans", not "glands").

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