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  • Born with Aposthia - What are my Choices?

    I have been wondering as of late whether foreskin restoration is something I'd be willing to consider. My rare condition means that I was born without a foreskin so its not like I miss having it, I've never had it, I have just spoken to people who have had it removed for one reason or another and they seem to regret it. I suppose because I wasn't born with foreskin, I feel like I was robbed of the choice and I feel like I'm maybe not normal as a result. It's stupid really, I know so many people every year, make the choice to have it removed so its hardly an unusual thing not to have one. Anyway, I've been wondering what it would take for me to acquire foreskin seeing as I have no real starting point for restoration to take place. Is it actually at all possible for me to ever have foreskin? I was hoping I would find some of the answers I'm after here. I know I can live without it happily, and I have done so, so far in my life, but I do think its something I should explore now so I know one way or another what my options are and whether I would really be up for a procedure if there is one available.

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    Hello and welcome to the forum. You most likely can expand the skin you have and get full coverage. Since aposthia is a very rare condition and visualizing exactly what you have is difficult, a pic or 2 would help tremendously in determining your starting point and which method(s) to use. I was cut as an adult and I regret it like many others in my situation. In any case you'll be building a foreskin, not restoring it. It can't hurt, that's for sure.

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    • #3
      Worth a try! It would be interesting if anyone with aposthia has ever attempted it and shared the results. But the surveys in the article linked below suggest that it is so rare, statistically speaking so very few such men would ever find their way to a site like this. If you make an attempt (and, as parsecskin says, the miracle of tissue expansion suggests that you would likely be successful), you would be doing ground-breaking stuff. Definitely document it if you make that decision! http://www.sciencedirect.com/science...22346810004379

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      • #4
        That's an interesting Survey. I had thought although the condition is rare, we would see more documented cases of people wanting to have foreskin constructed. I suppose for most people, it isn't really an issue. It's not a debilitating condition and if you've never had one, I suppose you don't really miss it and life can go on just fine without. I think maybe I've found the answer to my question on whether I should consider it. I don't think its something I should pursue and I should just accept that I was just never meant to have foreskin. I totally get why people who have had theirs removed and then later regret it, would want restoration but I literally have no real starting point and it would require building from scratch so to speak. I'm going to do more research before I make my mind up for good but I think I know which direction I'm heading in. Thank you for the supportive replies.

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        • #5
          Lots of intact guys tug to lengthen the skin tube.

          There is a theory that aposthia is just a foreskin that retracted very early in life such that it didn't grow as long as one usually does, owing to not being drawn along by the growing penis. That is to say, in some cases it's possible all the usual foreskin stuff is there, it's just condensed. Tugging should work great.

          The TLC-X with TLC Selects http://tlctugger.com/product/tlc-x-e...le-tugger-kit/ is a system that is ideal for this situation. If you have slack that letgs you force-cover the whole glans and pinch the skin closed to hide the glans (while flaccid) you can probably apply this tapeless device. It has the TLC Selects spacers which let you fine-tune device length so you can situate a specific part of your skin tube at the skinniest part of the device while you tug. By gradually lengthening the device as you gradually gain slack you can keep this chosen spot always warn as the induced roll-over point so that it will never get stretched wider than necessary and so you have the best chance of a tidy natural looking puckered outcome.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by admin View Post
            Lots of intact guys tug to lengthen the skin tube.

            There is a theory that aposthia is just a foreskin that retracted very early in life such that it didn't grow as long as one usually does, owing to not being drawn along by the growing penis. That is to say, in some cases it's possible all the usual foreskin stuff is there, it's just condensed. Tugging should work great.

            The TLC-X with TLC Selects http://tlctugger.com/product/tlc-x-e...le-tugger-kit/ is a system that is ideal for this situation. If you have slack that letgs you force-cover the whole glans and pinch the skin closed to hide the glans (while flaccid) you can probably apply this tapeless device. It has the TLC Selects spacers which let you fine-tune device length so you can situate a specific part of your skin tube at the skinniest part of the device while you tug. By gradually lengthening the device as you gradually gain slack you can keep this chosen spot always warn as the induced roll-over point so that it will never get stretched wider than necessary and so you have the best chance of a tidy natural looking puckered outcome.
            Thanks bud, iis certainly worth a look, i'll do a bit more reading up on it.

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