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  • Marque de suture + cicatrice en relief

    Hello !

    I was circumcised a year ago following a Nesbit operation to straighten the curvature of my dick.

    Unfortunately my scar is not very pretty and you can see the stitch marks and moreover the scar is raised as you can see on the pictures.

    Do I have to have surgery to continue the restoration as you can see, the marks are on both sides of the scar: on the skin side and on the mucous membrane side. I'm really afraid of losing extra skin if I go through surgery

  • #2
    Based on what I'm seeing, I'd say restoration could help cover up the scars you mention.

    If you grow enough outer skin, and complete your restoration, it is possible to have things end up with the scars hidden on the inside (maybe barely showing at the tip of your regrown foreskin). Some guys do something similar with the typical scar line that results from a circ, balancing their skin growth ratio in such a way as to move the scar to a place where it isn't visible.
    Essentially, it'd just require you to grow more outer (shaft) skin, until your scar tissue is part of your roll-over.

    If you want to avoid surgery, this seems like your best option. Of course, this just covers the scars; when you pull back your hypothetical finished foreskin, they would be visible.
    Perhaps you could also find topical treatments that reduce the visibility of scars.

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    • #3
      thank you very much for your return,

      I had plication surgery a year ago but unfortunately I will have to have a second one as my penis is still curved so opening the scar again is inevitable but I'm afraid of losing more skin as I've already restored some external skin.

      The only problem I have are the suture marks/adhesions that hurt quite a bit when I restore as if they are holding the skin back, I have tried many treatments and nothing helps.

      Has anyone ever restored here with suture marks like me? Stretching the suture marks makes them disappear? I'm really frustrated that I can't really restore because I see huge progress on my outer skin, it's raging

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      • #4
        Are there any guys who have restored with suture marks like me?

        I'm thinking of going back to surgery to fix it because I'm afraid I'll do something stupid in a restaurant and make my scar worse.

        Thanks for answering me guys

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        • #5
          Anybody can help here ? Please ... 😕

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          • #6
            The problem you have is very uncommon, and that means you have a much lower chance of getting an answer from someone with firsthand experience, compared to someone asking a typical FR question. I'm going to try my best to help, in case I'm the only one who ends up offering help.

            I don't think foreskin restoration is something you should pursue. I don't say that lightly. I say it because you have medical issues that conflict with restoration.
            It won't cause scars to disappear, and if your scars are causing you pain while attempting to tug...that's a big red flag. Scar tissue doesn't accept tension as well as normal skin does. It can tear much more easily, and (if I'm remembering correctly) it doesn't grow very well either. If your doctor(s) is suggesting a 2nd surgery, I'm guessing there's a medical reason, and you shouldn't ignore that reason because you're afraid of losing skin. It's just not worth it.

            You seem particularly worried about making the scars go away. You can go online and find 10,000 products that claim to do just that, but they often can't be used on sensitive skin (AKA penis skin) and/or they will never give you the results you're asking for. You were dealt a really bad hand, in this particular area of life, and as shitty as it may be—there are some things that we can't change, and have to learn to accept.

            I know it's not the help you were looking for, but it is the best advice I can give (with the information I have).

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            • #7
              Thank you I totally take everything you say into consideration!
              I have stopped stretching the inner skin and I only do cross taping with manual stretching of the outer skin.
              Holding the skin with there cross taping is so putting the scar in a wet place didn't make it swollen, it's great.

              No, but some specialists say that I don't need surgery at the moment, I'm lost, they tell me to wait but it's been a year and the scar is getting worse and worse. I am disgusted .

              In any case I thank you for your help and for relaying my question!

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              • #8
                Did you have to be circumcised?

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                • #9
                  ReJuveness.com is all about non-surgically optimizing scars. See what they have to say.
                  -Ron Low
                  [email protected]
                  847 414-1692 Chicago

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ned View Post
                    Did you have to be circumcised?
                    Yes, I have been circumcised, but the circumcision is a loose. I don't want to lose any skin during my next surgery.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by admin View Post
                      ReJuveness.com is all about non-surgically optimizing scars. See what they have to say.
                      I contacted them, they advise me silicone sheets, I wore them for 4-5 months, of all possible brands and nothing has changed.

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                      • #12
                        Hey metal one!

                        Did you find out about my case?

                        I saw that a guy from the forum had skin bridges, he had an operation and started the restoration afterwards, how long do you think it takes after a revision surgery to resume the restoration?

                        Thank you!

                        Alex

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                        • #13
                          Hello Alex83,

                          I've had Nesbit operation too back in 2000 and I've been restoring on and off. I don't understand why surgeons keep circumcising men when doing the Nesbit procedure. Anyway, I'm not sure if I can help, but I can say that when I tugged too aggressively my scar would start bleeding. Since then I've started restoring again with TLC-X and I've made sure to respect the 4 hour rule: make sure you can keep the device on for 4 hours without feeling uncomfortable or feeling pain. When is your next operation due? Have you talked to the surgeon about your concerns?

                          You can also PM me in French, je suis aussi francophone.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Mendelssohn View Post
                            Hello Alex83,

                            I've had Nesbit operation too back in 2000 and I've been restoring on and off. I don't understand why surgeons keep circumcising men when doing the Nesbit procedure. Anyway, I'm not sure if I can help, but I can say that when I tugged too aggressively my scar would start bleeding. Since then I've started restoring again with TLC-X and I've made sure to respect the 4 hour rule: make sure you can keep the device on for 4 hours without feeling uncomfortable or feeling pain. When is your next operation due? Have you talked to the surgeon about your concerns?

                            You can also PM me in French, je suis aussi francophone.
                            I sent you a private message

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