Because Sometimes More is More
I’ve been restoring my own foreskin for quite some time now. Recently I have decided to turn to medical establishments to further understand the dynamics of tissue expansion and how a reconstructive urologist would monitor the process before doing constructive surgery. For example: if they were to implant balloons under skin to expand it, how long would that process be? How do they take care of the patient during this process? How much pressure do they put on the skin, and how much do they expect it to expand? What are the causes of stretch marks? Is there a certain lotion that would be most helpful? There are many questions to ask. Making an appointement with the reconstructive urologist will allow me to understand how to more effectively go through non-surgical restoration. Maybe they will even help through this process somehow.
Have you, or anyone you know approached medical establishments and professionals with any success?
This is very interesting, and sounds promising. I’ve never discussed any circumcision related issue with a medical practitioner out of fear of having my concerns dismissed. That said, I’ve had a lot of trouble with my attempts to restore, so I definitely see the possible advantage of receiving some medical supervision. (TMI Tuesday — sorry y’all).