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  • I may have screwed myself here...

    So I've been trying to make up my mind for a long time here whether to wait for foregen or to restore, partially because foregen said you might not be able to be regenerated if you restored, and partially because I tried restoring manually and with the T-Tape before and the T-Tape was really really difficult and tedious to use, and manual restoring was even more tedious, and I didn't want to invest in a tugger I don't know how to use and if I didn't know it was going to actually work. So for a long time because of discomfort, I just decided to wait for foregen and wear a retainer to keep my glans covered when I run around outside and etc. So today I changed my mind and made the decision to decide on a method and start restoring. I was looking at the TLC tugger, and I started thinking. I have a real problem. The skin around my penis has been tugged over time and has slack, so if I used something like the TLC tugger, it would probably just tug the skin being pulled onto my penis... so I'm not really sure what to do about that.

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    No problem at all; it doesn't matter how much slack you have. If you've been tugging/retaining, then you'll be ahead of the game when you get a device. Your slack will increase due to increased elasticity and cell growth over time. Best of luck! I use the DTR, but the goal is the same: apply tension on the skin to stimulate cell division and expansion.

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    • #3
      No you don't understand, the skin AROUND my penis, as in not shaft skin, but harry normal skin.

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      • #4
        Oh, I see what you mean. I think the devices are pretty good at isolating the tension to the shaft skin. I don't think you'll be disappointed. In my experience, the device concentrates tension in the area targeted by the manual method 2: (http://www.restoringforeskin.org/pub...gging/method-2)

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        • #5
          alright I will check out that DTR thing, thanks

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          • #6
            Just to illustrate further, the "pusher" is located at the arrow. The glans is just behind it. So the skin between the pusher and the end is under tension. It doesn't pull skin behind the shaft. The glans itself actually prevents what I think you were concerned about.

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            • #7
              are you telling me this thing pushes the glans back and pulls the shaft skin forward? My penis can't do that -.-

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Sebastian J View Post
                I have a real problem. The skin around my penis has been tugged over time and has slack,
                This may sound strange, but how did that happen exactly? You weren't restoring...so how did you end up with a bunch of extra skin not even on your penis? I guess I'm having trouble understanding what you're saying.
                Visit my restoration progress journal.

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                • #9
                  It should if you are able to use a retainer. But if not, you might have to stick with manual or taping methods until there is enough slack.

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                  • #10
                    How can Foragen say that you might not be able to have your foreskin regenerated if you have restored? makes no sense to me. How could a restored foreskin in any way inhibit regeneration? that is like saying that if you have a foreskin, you cannot regenerate. You have no need, of course, but all it would take is to get circumcised and then you could regenerate....

                    All the dual tension methods push the glans in while pulling the skin away form your body. That doesn't mean the glans has to slip far into the skin tube, you may simply be putting tension on that way without seeing any movement, like I was when I started.

                    Regards

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