Should I still continue stretching or is this enough?December 6 2010 at 9:11 AM
|Dan (no login)|
Thanks to the mods. for this site!
I've succeeded loosening the foreskin opening and fraenulum and I can fully and easily retract when flacid or erect.
When retracted, I can always easily return the foreskin to forward position manually without any difficulty or tightness, flacid and erect.
I was just wondering, should the foreskin always return to forward position automatically in some point?
Mine stays behind glans until I manually return it forward.
(Premier Login jimsplacetofixthings)
|December 6 2010, 2:42 PM |
That is indeed good news. How long did it take you?
Automatic recovery happens in many men, but there are factors in some which will prevent it. If the foreskin is easily moved back and forth, a big difference in the size of the glans (especially the corona) in relation to the shaft, will prevent such an occurance.
Success stories are most appreciated.
|December 6 2010, 11:22 PM |
We probably could use a bit more detail because people do tend to ask such questions here as "how long did it take" and "how severe was the tightness when you started". Whilst we do not demand testimonials, nor would we be surprised if people tended to be suspicious about them, they do have a place.
The nature of the skin - and not merely on the foreskin - is to automatically shrink itself back to a "comfortable" fit. It would be very sad otherwise (and indeed, sometimes is) for ladies after a pregnancy.
If you have achieved a certain degree of looseness and you now consider it "fully functional", you should likely continue the stretching procedures (particularly on the frænulum) a month or so longer, not quite as vigorously, in order to maintain or "grow into" the dimension you have achieved.
Beyond that, the only "maintenance" you will require, is to use it, in masturbation or other sexual activity, and it is probably a good idea to retract each time you pee (and which will likely be necessary anyway as your looser foreskin will not shape your pee stream as conveniently as it used to).
Now since we cannot examine it, it is up to you to determine whether your foreskin not "automatically" re-covering is due to your (flaccid) glans being particularly large, your foreskin not yet being loose enough to slip forward over it, or your frænulum now being so loose as not to give the foreskin that little "nudge" to flip forward.
You tell us! What do you figure?
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Re: Success stories are most appreciated.
|December 7 2010, 3:39 PM |
Initially my foreskin was quite tight, it didn't retract at all at first and only the area of urethral opening was visible.
It took few days to get foreskin uncomfortably behind head the first time (maybe I could have been able to retract it at day-1 I started stretching but I was so afraid it would get stuck behind head) and since then I have washed under daily (only with warm water, I tried soap just once but never again)
From that point it took about a whole year to this point where I can retract whenever I feel like it, no discomfort or feeling of tightness whatsoever.
I think it took this much time and patience because I proceeded slowly to make sure I didn't cause any damage to the skin.
The groove behind my glans is actually quite deep and the length of glans quite long.
I was thinking that lack of "automatic re-covering" could be from that, but I just wanted to make sure..
Funny thing about urinating... aiming the stream when urinating with foreskin forward became impossible, and the same time urinating with foreskin retracted felt just so freaking weird at first.
Now I can't even imagine urinating without retracting first, it somehow just feels right and good.
I bet that a person who never had a problem with a tight foreskin, cannot fully comprehend what kind of mental impact it can have.
And the relief is indescribable, when you finally notice that the years of nightmare is over and your tools now works the way it should.
I'm sorry about that tirade in the end, but I'm just so happy I didn't give up.
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