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Yes, I saw, but I don't understand how to proceed ...
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That one could work, but I am looking for something similar to the tape method, that is the closest thing you can get to a "true cut feel"
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Polls / Re: Why do you pull back?
« Last post by hubu1 on 2022-05-01 20:32:33 »
I remember when I was entering puberty I was hooked on the foreskin, it was so interesting and eventually I found a yahoo page that said that as men grew older their foreskins would eventually get stuck behind. Then I eventually found this page some years later which I liked
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It's like the coin method, but using silicon which is softer and less damaging

https://pulledback.org/index.php?topic=2453.0
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General Discussion / Re: It's been a month now
« Last post by Nivek on 2022-05-01 06:26:53 »
Yes it will! Deep wrinkles will develop and it will stay back 24/7. You can see my intro post to see my deep wrinkles. However, exposing the inner foreskin is no easy thing...
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I currently use the spoon method, but that one hides the inner foreskin, and I was wondering what are all the other methods that let me keep the inner foreskin exposed?
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General Discussion / Re: It's been a month now
« Last post by funnyman1729 on 2022-05-01 02:16:22 »
... will happen even so.  The skin doesn't really shrink.
I agree with you on that one. I just wanted to ask if deeper wrinkles would develop on the foreskin, and it'd stay behind for good?
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General Discussion / Re: Posthitis /inflamed foreskin
« Last post by jdm on 2022-04-30 03:11:29 »
The doctor told me yes i do. In the beginning it was pretty uncomfortable. Now it just is red and inflamed. Doesn’t feel so good either. Here is another image from around the beginning
Keep in mind that balanitis is just a term which means inflammation of the glans. It doesn't specify the cause of the inflammation. It would probably be best if your doctor could determine the cause, so that it could be properly addressed. If the inflammation is caused by a hygiene issue, or some sort of infection, then retraction should help cure it by keeping the area clean and dry. But if there is any sort of infection, then that might best be treated by some sort of medicated cream. But the type of medication would depend on the type of infection. So you really want to pin that down, so you can apply the best type of treatment. 
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Polls / Re: Why do you pull back?
« Last post by PBnaturist on 2022-04-29 20:49:06 »
It looks better and feels great!
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Polls / Re: Why do you pull back?
« Last post by PBnaturist on 2022-04-29 20:40:14 »
It looks better and feels good too.
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