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  • Uneven Restoration

    I've been restoring for about a month now. I'm see progress which is amazing! However, I've been noticing that it's only happening towards the left side of the skin of my penis. When I roll the skin over the body and seal it with the retaining cone, I flare the retaining cone in order to smooth out any wrinkles. But for some reason, I feel like my restoration so far is becoming uneven. (I don't know. Maybe it's just me and it's NOT restoring unevenly). Has this happened to anyone and if so, how did you deal with it to correct it?


  • #2
    The unevenness could be the result of a slightly lopsided circumcision. I have the same thing happening to me. The discrepancy will become less pronounced as you grow more skin. When you are starting out, as well a skin cells beginning to grow and divide, there seems to be some general loosening of the skin on the shaft of the penis. If you were cut slightly unevenly, this would show up more at the early stages. Some manual tugging on the short side can improve things.


    • #3
      Since restoration takes sooooo long, and I mean years, you'll have more than enough time to make any adjustments you need.
      I saw in another thread that you're using the TLC-X. So, tug with the device or manually but tug for a while everyday (ok, with some rest days). Make it part of your routine and time will do the rest.
      You can also track your progress monthly (why not start a progress gallery here?) with the CI, RCI and/or the FEC indicators.
      From Madrid, Spain. Restoring with T-Tape, Manual, TLC & TLC-X since Jan 2014. Started as a CI-2, currently between CI-4 and CI-5 depending on the day.


      • #4
        Most likely everyone notices this- could be many reasons. What I experienced is that it levels out over time.


        • #5
          In addition to waiting to see if it evens out by itself, manual can always be used as a supplement to even things out.



          • #6
            Manual tug, get your rest, eat healthy. The rest will just take time. The most important thing is to remain consistent and not give up.
            If I know one thing in life, The fastest way to success is through consistency. Thinking of stopping / need some motivation? PM me.

            | DTR | Starting; CI3 | Current; RCI4 |