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I’ve noticed more progress lately. It seems like the CAT II Q stays on for a greater period of time without slipping if I pad the push plate with a piece of tissue. It’s probably absorbing the extra moisture throughout the day.
A restoring brother learns a great tip to share. — KOT!
Anonymous said: Do you recommend surgical restoration? With my obnoxious work schedule that's really my only hope for it unless I want to wait a decade to get the results I want.
I personally cannot recommend it. I don’t have any experience with the procedure and I think it’s fairly rarely done. All I can do is advise you to research it thoroughly and discuss it with a qualified surgeon before you decide if it would benefit you or not.
Anonymous said: How do I restore my ridged band while restoring my foreskin? I've searched online but haven't really found anything :/
Unfortunately, there are some parts of your foreskin that you cannot restore. Your ridged band is one of those structures. I do empathize and many is the day I have wished I could rebuild my frenulum, another important part of an intact foreskin that is removed during a circumcision.
The good news is that your shaft skin has muscle tissue in it, which is why your skin hugs your shaft, and also means that the end of your restored foreskin will act very much like you still have a ridged band. — KOT!
givemehair said: Hi I just found your blog I am currently restoring with the DTR. I have had it for about six months. I don't use it every day. But I am hopeful that one day I will be completely restored to my natural state. How has your progress been?
It’s definitely a long journey. I’ve been really bad for sticking with it for an extended period of time, and I’m 5 years in. But I’ve got 85%ish coverage soft, but just not quite enough for it to stay rolled forward on my own. Hopefully it gets trained soon! :)