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    I have basicly halted the tugging by devices, of just one reson, and I have not seen anyone complain about the same thing, so is this just my case?

    Well, what happens is that then I put on any device and start tugging, after just a few minutes my upper part of the corona is totaly numb.
    When I pull the forskinn out, it goes over the corona, and the corona folds foarwards, or bends forwards onto the glans.
    The corona turns dark blue after stort time .. and I worry that I'm hurting it, and Im affraid to make permanent damage on it.

    Im I doing something wrong? Meby putting to much preasure on?

  • #2
    Originally posted by MyDay View Post
    I have basicly halted the tugging by devices, of just one reson, and I have not seen anyone complain about the same thing, so is this just my case?

    Well, what happens is that then I put on any device and start tugging, after just a few minutes my upper part of the corona is totaly numb.
    When I pull the forskinn out, it goes over the corona, and the corona folds foarwards, or bends forwards onto the glans.
    The corona turns dark blue after stort time .. and I worry that I'm hurting it, and Im affraid to make permanent damage on it.

    Im I doing something wrong? Meby putting to much preasure on?
    I mean it sounds extreme, but for my part, I tinkered with silicone devices geometry only until I got it to work with my own penile geometry. If your geometry is different maybe sending pics to your device maker will help determine if the shape of the device is a problem.

    I say start with zero tension and then apply the 4-Hour Rule: http://tlctugger.com/4-hour-rule/ The tension that works can be so gentle you might forget you're wearing it.

    You'll know your tension is sufficient when you log your monthly FEC readings: http://tlctugger.com/forced-erect-coverage/
    -Ron Low
    [email protected]
    847 414-1692 Chicago

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    • #3
      I think he has the TLC-X Ron?

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      • #4
        Im using tlc-x .. or part of it for the most. Only the cone and the part that the tention is applayd directly to. If I apply no tentiion at all the device falls off easily ...
        I'm almost all the time sore on corona, glance and skinn ...
        If I put only retiner cone, the penis will be bushed back, and therefore it will pressure the glance outwards, this results in a "disfigureing" of the glanse .. .it turns hard close to the urinalopening, and the part of the glans touching the cone is very unconfetable. When I take of the cone after say 1 houre, there is a very visible ring on glans, where the skin pressured.
        If I apply the tugger-body and the cone, the body pressures in on my glans. But this I can wear for some time, without tugging tention, or very little tention only to keep the device in place.
        It is meaby a part of the explaination that I apply manual tugging every day, very heavily .. this I have been doing for years, not knowin that the skin acturly would strecth ... but, now after reading around in this forum, and thinking back I konw that the skin has changes. It has moved from ci0 or c01, to now ci3.
        Meby I should try some other of your devides, I have a feeling that if the tugger body touched a larger part of the front of the glans, and grapped the skin closer to the coroan, it would work better for me.
        Another problem is that the skin, under the glans, is very thick and extends all the way to - I belive it is called frenulum - and it is partly stitched directly to the glance, or corona under the penis, and is not symetrical ... this is the part that makes it difficult to attach it to the devices ...

        Thanks for reading

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        • #5
          Give manual method 3 a try. Tug for very short sessions – no longer than two minutes of tugging time – as often as you can during the day. Make sure you pull the scar line at all times when tugging.

          With manual methods, you can control better the type of skin you pull, unlike with devices. Always make sure you pull the inner and outer skins evenly so the end product looks natural.

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          • #6
            ty hardacroposthion .. I will chick this out. What time frame would I expect skinn to grow would you think? I meen using this metode only in a month? Sams as with device-tugging?

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            • #7
              Without going into tons of details, tug using manual method 3 as many times a day as humanly possible. Always make sure you pull skin evenly by tugging the scar line.

              You will go through stages of progress and plateaus through your restoration, and that's normal. Remember that you are not growing just skin, but also the infrastructure necessary to support that new skin, like supporting tissue, blood vessels, and new nerve endings. Your skin will stretch first, and it will look like lots of progress. Then your skin will become tight and short. This is the infrastructure building stage, and the tissue in-between the skins is getting rebuilt. Keep tugging as usual, even when your skin is tight. Eventually, usually within a week, the skin will loosen up again. This is a natural cycle.

              A lot of restorers get heavily disappointed when the plateau stage arrives, not understanding that this is a necessary "evil", so to speak. But if you keep at it, and if you continue tugging like nothing happened, your progress will continue unabated. Also, you don't need to take "breaks". I never did in my two years of restoring.

              If you tug with method 3 like I've mentioned before, you should see some slack and skin growth within a month. I managed to restore within a year, but I tugged hourly, from dawn to dusk, for 1-2 minutes per session. My job allowed me to take hourly bathroom breaks, and I took advantage of that.

              Once you reach a CI-4 or 5, then you can start wearing o-rings as a retainer. These will keep your skin stretched at all times, once you can wear them all day. After this stage, then it is up to you to learn to tug with the rings on.

              And there is even more to do in your restoration future... What every restores MUST be aware of is that this process needs to change as the skin continues to grow. By using the same device, method or routine day in and day out, you are only slowing down progress.

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              • #8
                Changing your routine and tugger gripping point IS essential. You want to tension as much skin as possible. The skin trapped in the device doesn't get a whole lot of tension. This is why manual is so effective, albeit a pain in the ass. If you use a device, apply it differently each time you put it back on after a break. Which leads me to another critical point. BREAKS ARE ABSOLUTELY IMPORTANT. At the end of the week your skin most likely feels "worked". That is the signal to take a break and let it recover and for mitosis to happen.

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                • #9
                  I never took restoration breaks, but to each its own. What's important is to keep the skin stretched at all times without depriving it of blood flow.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by parsecskin View Post
                    Changing your routine and tugger gripping point IS essential. You want to tension as much skin as possible.
                    I disagree about this. With a device, I believe in always wearing a specific chosen part of the skin tube at the skinny part of the device. That chosen spot will stay skinny for a natural looking outcome. Lengthen the device (with TLC Selects) gradually as you gain slack to keep your chosen Future Flaccid Roll-over Point (FFRP - see attached) falling at the skinny zone.

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                    -Ron Low
                    [email protected]
                    847 414-1692 Chicago

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