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I just want those who check your site to know: stretching is safe, natural, and it works. It worked for me, anyway. I never used cream of any kind, however (never found out about it until after I had successfully stretched it anyway). I stretch in the bath, shower, and while masturbating. The rest of the time I keep the foreskin in it's proper place(I don't retract to piss, for example, nor do I leave it retracted during the day...it's too uncomfortable). I'm still somewhat tight, which is how I want it, but I can fully retract it during an erection/intercourse. Nor do I rigorously stretch it these days, as I got full retraction a long time ago, and I haven't seen any change or shrinkage since then...I still stretch it once in awhile out of habit and to keep it supple. I did use a couple of tools in the beginning...for one, "Fimo" tubes (a simular idea to the film cannister I've heard of people using on the fathermag boards), which are very easy to make, and can be made in different sizes to suit personal needs. I tried other objects as well, including the caps from felt pens and whatnot, but they where too uncomfortable. I got full retraction during erection after about four months of rigorous stretching (this is before I ever met you guys online at fathermag)...most likely results will vary with the individual.
Keep up the good work, guys!
Jim (no login)
Thanks for the support Mikey
May 7 2003, 4:30 PM
Of course it's safe and it's natural, and furthermore, it always works when the rules are followed.
I'm curious about the Fimo. Is that the friendly plastic that you mold yourself?
I'm also very pleased to learn that you haven't had any maintenance issues. Often we hear of guys quitting too soon after achieving the goal.
Fimo is a friendly, moldable plastic, yes. Like clay, you can shape it any way you like, then pop it the oven for a few minutes...comes out hard like plastic, but also somewhat pliable. I think most people use it to make jewellry and stuff like that.
Jim (no login)
May 7 2003, 6:29 PM
I've never known what it was called commercially. A friend of mine has used it in foreskin restoration. He got the idea from NORM in San Francisco I believe.
How long did you use the Fimo, and did you configure it in various sizes as progress was made?
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