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    Hi, I started restoring my foreskin 2 months ago and didn't start with straps since I
    was cut tight and didn't have a lot of slack to apply tension. I would like to make the
    skin grow faster now using straps around the knee, but I'm worried about it chafing against
    the leg. Does anyone has advice on how to use straps around the knee, or how to maintain a knee brace
    in place ? Thanks.

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    Originally posted by terry530 View Post
    I'm worried about it chafing against the leg. Does anyone have advice on how to use straps around the knee, or how to maintain a knee brace
    in place ?
    Maybe the knee brace that's offered today is different, but when I tugged, I never had chafing issues or problems with the knee brace rotating or riding up.

    Not that I'm recommending it for this application, but you should know that AdhesiMed https://tlctugger.com/product/adhesimed/ is based compounds meant to help amputees keep their prosthetics from slipping against the skin. You'd probably want to shave any skin that you're putting such compounds on.

    I was just watching a comedy show and some traditional Bavarian dancers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schuhplattler had outfits as shown in the attachment. They're wearing something on their lower legs that might make a good knee wrap. They called it Loffer or Loffel or Lofal or something similar. It's like just the top half of a tall athletic sock. Wikipedia says "Loferl-style socks are ankle-length and have a separate band that goes around the calf."

    Ebay has: https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...oferl&_sacat=0
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    • #3
      I tried attaching around the knee at first but steeled using clip to attach to my sock or sometimes around my foot. I’ve had good success with both. Good lock 😀

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      • #4
        An old out-of-fashion necktie can be used to encase to tug strap.
        Tormod

        Some of you may have had occasion to run into mathematicians and to wonder therefore how they got that way - Tom Lehrer

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Tormod View Post
          An old out-of-fashion necktie can be used to encase to tug strap.
          Brilliant.
          -Ron Low
          [email protected]
          847 414-1692 Chicago

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