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    Hello, everyone. I am 25 years old and was circumcised as an infant. This is the first time, for me, being in a discussion group about intactivism and foreskin restoration. I felt it was about time that I reached out to others like myself to talk of such matters and to help reconcile the feelings I've had about my own loss.
    When I was a few weeks old, my parents decided to have me circumcised since both my father and his father were circumcised. It was considered the normal thing to do in a society which trivialized the practice and when information about foreskin was not easily accessible. I hold no resentment toward my parents, it was merely unfortunate circumstance which led to my mutilation, as it did to my father and my father before him. A silver lining to this story was that during the procedure I was rebellious to the last and in my struggles the doctor was only able to excise most of my prepuce. Less than half of my foreskin still remained on the left side of my penis.
    Growing up this lead to much confusion for me, having a penis that was markedly different from the others I've seen, especially from those who were uncircumcised. It wouldn't be until I was much older that I could understand what happened to me and, later still, what I had lost. The difference in sensation between the left and right sides of my penis is night and day, I don't think I could achieve orgasm without stimulating my foreskin remnant. However, this also presents me with a unique problem with regards to restoration as any method I've seen would result in an awkwardly lopsided simulacrum.
    I hope that some day I will be able to enjoy a mostly-restored genitalia, in the mean-time I look forward to talking with all of you.

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    Sorry you ended up with a lopsided remaining foreskin. But, you can tug differentially, and my experience is some of the unevenness will sort itself out as you restore, so I think you should expect a good result from restoration. manual is typically the go to method for men with uneven remaining foreskins.



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      Thank you for that advice, this is something I actually had not considered until now. It sounds like it might be a bit of a challenge, but definitely worth trying. I must admit that I feel almost silly for not having thought of that sooner, but I also feel excited about finally starting my own stretching regimen.