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Hi brothers, haven't posted in a while but I'm slowly getting back into PE with the BM and phallosan.

I was circumcised at birth and long story short I'm against circumcision for many reasons. I really see no benefit besides cleanliness and that's not a big enough reason for me.

I see men with foreskin in porn and common sense tells me it feels amazing not to mention all the studies and many women prefer uncircumcised if you do a google search not to mention all the other articles and studies I'm bombarded with.

When I walk my glans rub against my pants adding injury to insult and I get brown spots on the glans that go away when I restore. It just feels tight, rubbery, and unnatural and a video that showed me how the foreskin works during intercourse sent me further into depression.

I tried to restore and just the little extra slack gained while restoring showed me the pleasure I could of had with only a tiny bit of slack skin. It wasn't even my natural foreskin and the gliding slack skin going above the glands during masturbation was extremely pleasurable and it made me sad that I'll never have my natural foreskin back.

I stopped restoring because it was causing skin irritation if I tried to get decent tension and interfered with time spent on PE in general.

A few months ago I stumbled across a site called phalloboards. The main thing they discuss on that forum is the use of PMMA on the penis. The main Doctor who performs the procedures seems to be Dr. C from TJ Mexico. If you google image search "Dr. C PMMA penis results" or something along those lines you will find pics from a blog on phalloboards from a member who got 4 rounds of PMMA done from Dr. C. The girth results are staggering, he went from a 5 inch girth to 6.5-7" girth.

The reason I mention circumcision in this thread is because Wade, the assistant of Dr. C said that PMMA gives better results for circumcised men due to them being able to be more aggressive with the injections and opt for a higher volume of PMMA. Something with them having to be careful to not allow the PMMA to enter the foreskin and keeping the use of the foreskin in uncircumcised patients as the skin tends to bunch up towards the center.

I'm aware of the risks involved but to be honest I don't care at all about the risks. I was already put to the knife and circumcised against my will at birth and the fact that it gives better results for circumcised men. Circumcision against my will has caused me to become cold and emotionally detached to the point of having suicidal thoughts. I don't care about my life let alone the risks of this procedure.

Just the possibility of me having more girth than an uncut man and it giving better results for cut men would make me run to get the procedure done. It also seems to be the best option for girth enhancement. I've been doing PE for years.

My plan is to get the maximum PMMA available and not cum for a week before the procedure and use viagra after. Dr. C and wade also promote light pumping with the bathmate 3 times a day for 5 minutes after swelling goes down.

Has anyone gotten PMMA from Dr. C or have any tips on pre and post procedure. Does anyone else dislike there circumcision?
 

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Instead of going under the knife, try using a BM for a month or two...I've definitely noticed that my foreskin, (I'm circumcised) has grown by 25% or more...now when I'm flaccid the bottom part of the head is covered. Give it a go
 

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Big Schwanz Acht;703140 said:
Instead of going under the knife, try using a BM for a month or two...I've definitely noticed that my foreskin, (I'm circumcised) has grown by 25% or more...now when I'm flaccid the bottom part of the head is covered. Give it a go
Lol you didn't read. It's not going under the knife it's done by injection. And I've had the BM for years. I've come to terms that I'll never have my foreskin back. Restored foreskin would impede the PMMA because they say PMMA is better for cut guys. So I've decided to not restore and because it's fake foreskin anyway.
 

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Good luck man. I'd pay no heed to studies about women prefer circumcised or uncircumcised. They all appreciate a virile and healthy looking dick.
 

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It sounds like your mind is made up. PMMA is a cosmetic filler that made its way into cosmetic penis applications. It is thousands of little polymethyle methyle-acrylate spheres that never harden, or bond to the subdermal skin they are injected under. Some men do get good results. BUT, most seem to need multiple visits to refill lumpy areas. I mentioned this procedure on my penis enlargement episode of my Adventures with my Penis podcast.
 

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GottaGetAGrip;703146 said:
Good luck man. I'd pay no heed to studies about women prefer circumcised or uncircumcised. They all appreciate a virile and healthy looking dick.
True, but I've also noticed it becoming a trend with gay men preferring uncut partners.

When I search on YouTube cut vs uncut you will see girls talking about how they prefer uncut and how they would never circumcise their sons.
 

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stillwantmore2;703149 said:
It sounds like your mind is made up. PMMA is a cosmetic filler that made its way into cosmetic penis applications. It is thousands of little polymethyle methyle-acrylate spheres that never harden, or bond to the subdermal skin they are injected under. Some men do get good results. BUT, most seem to need multiple visits to refill lumpy areas. I mentioned this procedure on my penis enlargement episode of my Adventures with my Penis podcast.
I saw one of your posts on the MOS forums as well regarding PMMA a while ago. Yup and I just read a post saying a guy who got PMMA is 3 years in and had maintained 6.75 girth. The best thing about it is that it seems to be permanent. An autopsy was done on a guy who had inferior PMMA injected and it was still in there. Only things like age and stuff will reduce the size and even then you can go for a touch up which isn't a problem for me.
 

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PMMA (PolyMethyl-MethAcrylate) is a "synthetic" semi-permanent dermal filler for soft-tissue augmentation. This material seems to be the new obsession for cosmestic enhancments for both men and women who want to look younger and bigger. Personally, I'm not a believer in "synthetic" enhancements unless there is an unnatural deformity.

We live in a society so fixated on physical appearance, using a vanity mirror to view ourselves more and more distortedly. A brain-washed generation that has been deceived by the 1,000+ advertisements each day of unrealistic and often unhealthy images. We also live in a society, what I call the "Instant-Age"; a culture of faster instant gratification and never-ending impatience. We have been systematically reprogrammed to stop thinking about long-term anymore for the things we want or think we need. There are numerous things in life that are worth any real true value takes time. We become so preoccupied on comparing ourselves to these fraudulent images, the instantaneous gratification for them to the point of developing mental disorders of anxiety, dysmorphic, depression, sexual, suicide, and several others.

My suggestion, have a consultation with a mental health specialists for yourself before moving forward with any enhancement procedure. First and foremost, you have to accept yourself as you are now and learn to change the things you dislike if they are physically possible.

I feel for you, we all have things we don't like about ourselves, including myself. That's why we come to this forum, to better ourselves. Thank goodness, DLD has given us place to voice it, sort it out, the tools and exercises to work on to becoming a more confident and better person.

Everything you do in life you have to pay for, whether you want to or not, because your actions will determine your consequences... choose wisely.

truant;703150 said:
True, but I've also noticed it becoming a trend with gay men preferring uncut partners.

When I search on YouTube cut vs uncut you will see girls talking about how they prefer uncut and how they would never circumcise their sons.
Are you stating you are a gay man or bi-sexual?
 

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Threak-X;703167 said:
I feel for you, we all have things we don't like about ourselves, including myself. That's why we come to this forum, to better ourselves. Thank goodness, DLD has given us place to voice it, sort it out, the tools and exercises to work on to becoming a more confident and better person.

Very true! Brothers should also have a great appreciation for the knowledge that Threaks brings.
 
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OP, of course you are against circumcision, it is genital mutilation and you need to be crazy to think it's a good thing. Your reactions are completely normal and I understand your feelings, I got mutilated too and try to restore.
Actually that's how I got into PE, and in the beginning I was thinking "Isn't it dangerous to stretch the penis really hard? Will it do me harm?" but then I was thinking "my penis got harmed already so what can I lose?" and now I do both PE and FR and all manually.
I started FR a year ago and got from CI-2 to CI-3.5. Restored my gliding action which is absolutely amazing! No need for lube for masturbation anymore because the gliding of the skin feels way better than this. It also gave me tons of sensitivity, especially in the sulcus but also in the glans and inner foreskin. Now the glans is irritating when rub against my clothes or towels, so I wear tight underwear to hold the penis in place and covered, until I finish the process. I can also achieve foregasms which are orgasms achieved by only stimulating the inner foreskin and nothing else (Not every restored man can do this it depends on how much tissue was removed). Orgasm in general are wayyyy better and more intense.
So in conclusion what you said is completely wrong, it's not a fake foreskin, it is very close to the original foreskin (Not the same but close) and you still have part of your original inner foreskin no matter what.
I want to invite you to join our Facebook group "Foreskin Restoration" and get a lot of help and motivation, if you like to.
Also I would like to know what methods did you use when you tried to restore and how long did you do this?
 
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Funny thing is i prefer circumcision. I'm not circumcised, but I peel back my penis foreskin to make it more clean throughout the day, of course i wash it as well.
 

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Threak-X;703167 said:
PMMA (PolyMethyl-MethAcrylate) is a "synthetic" semi-permanent dermal filler for soft-tissue augmentation. This material seems to be the new obsession for cosmestic enhancments for both men and women who want to look younger and bigger. Personally, I'm not a believer in "synthetic" enhancements unless there is an unnatural deformity.

We live in a society so fixated on physical appearance, using a vanity mirror to view ourselves more and more distortedly. A brain-washed generation that has been deceived by the 1,000+ advertisements each day of unrealistic and often unhealthy images. We also live in a society, what I call the "Instant-Age"; a culture of faster instant gratification and never-ending impatience. We have been systematically reprogrammed to stop thinking about long-term anymore for the things we want or think we need. There are numerous things in life that are worth any real true value takes time. We become so preoccupied on comparing ourselves to these fraudulent images, the instantaneous gratification for them to the point of developing mental disorders of anxiety, dysmorphic, depression, sexual, suicide, and several others.

My suggestion, have a consultation with a mental health specialists for yourself before moving forward with any enhancement procedure. First and foremost, you have to accept yourself as you are now and learn to change the things you dislike if they are physically possible.

I feel for you, we all have things we don't like about ourselves, including myself. That's why we come to this forum, to better ourselves. Thank goodness, DLD has given us place to voice it, sort it out, the tools and exercises to work on to becoming a more confident and better person.

Everything you do in life you have to pay for, whether you want to or not, because your actions will determine your consequences... choose wisely.



Are you stating you are a gay man or bi-sexual?
Some definitions of PMMA say it's semi permanent and some say permanent.

My unnatural deformity is my circumcision. I'm getting my parents to pay for the PMMA because I tell them it made me very depressed that they had it done.

It's true what you said about our society especially with the Internet and seeing everyone else's greener grass.

That's why I came to the MOS brotherhood to seek help, opinions, and understanding. If I were to go to a specialist I would tell them how I feel scarred mentally and physically from circumcision. I told my parents and at first they were ignorant but agreed to pay for PMMA. They just don't get it, my dad thinks most men around the world are circumcised and when I asked my mom why she did it, she said cause that's what people did and because your American. I still think about when she said that and it makes me mad that it was just done for cultural purposes.

And not gay or bi except for trannies maybe LOL. I'm just saying when girls or even gay men talk about how they prefer it sends me further into the depression spiral.
 
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IAmSpartacus71;703192 said:
OP, of course you are against circumcision, it is genital mutilation and you need to be crazy to think it's a good thing. Your reactions are completely normal and I understand your feelings, I got mutilated too and try to restore.
Actually that's how I got into PE, and in the beginning I was thinking "Isn't it dangerous to stretch the penis really hard? Will it do me harm?" but then I was thinking "my penis got harmed already so what can I lose?" and now I do both PE and FR and all manually.
I started FR a year ago and got from CI-2 to CI-3.5. Restored my gliding action which is absolutely amazing! No need for lube for masturbation anymore because the gliding of the skin feels way better than this. It also gave me tons of sensitivity, especially in the sulcus but also in the glans and inner foreskin. Now the glans is irritating when rub against my clothes or towels, so I wear tight underwear to hold the penis in place and covered, until I finish the process. I can also achieve foregasms which are orgasms achieved by only stimulating the inner foreskin and nothing else (Not every restored man can do this it depends on how much tissue was removed). Orgasm in general are wayyyy better and more intense.
So in conclusion what you said is completely wrong, it's not a fake foreskin, it is very close to the original foreskin (Not the same but close) and you still have part of your original inner foreskin no matter what.
I want to invite you to join our Facebook group "Foreskin Restoration" and get a lot of help and motivation, if you like to.
Also I would like to know what methods did you use when you tried to restore and how long did you do this?
Good to hear about your progress. The reason I say fake foreskin is because the obvious reasons you already know about, the missing nerve endings, ect. But I think it is better than nothing.

On the Howard stern show when Ron from TLC tugger showed them his restored foreskin I remember one cast member who was uncut say it doesn't even look like real foreskin it looks like boot cut jeans and they were making fun of Ron which made me mad he's such a nice guy.

Girls on YouTube are peeling an apple and saying how much is lost during circumcision and weighing the apple and saying how much they prefer uncut and laughing while they peel the apple as if it were foreskin then describing how the apple is smaller now.

The tools I used were the VLC tugger, DRT, SG with VLC. The reason I didn't continue is because it takes way too much time out of PE if you want to fully restore and plus they said circumcised men can opt for a higher amount of PMMA because the foreskin isn't in the way so that's the factor that's not making me go crazy with depression.

Thanks for the invite I'll check it out. For the glans issue rubbing against my pants I have to cover my glands with medical tape. There isn't even a glands protector I can wear I did a good search all they had was senslip. I guess I'll have to make my own with molded silicon or something.
 
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truant;703231 said:
Some definitions of PMMA say it's semi permanent and some say permanent.

My unnatural deformity is my circumcision. I'm getting my parents to pay for the PMMA because I tell them it made me very depressed that they had it done.

It's true what you said about our society especially with the Internet and seeing everyone else's greener grass.

That's why I came to the MOS brotherhood to seek help, opinions, and understanding. If I were to go to a specialist I would tell them how I feel scarred mentally and physically from circumcision. I told my parents and at first they were ignorant but agreed to pay for PMMA. They just don't get it, my dad thinks most men around the world are circumcised and when I asked my mom why she did it, she said cause that's what people did and because your American. I still think about when she said that and it makes me mad that it was just done for cultural purposes.

And not gay or bi except for trannies maybe LOL. I'm just saying when girls or even gay men talk about how they prefer it sends me further into the depression spiral.
If you follow the Bible, circumcision is a natural act for God in the Old Testament, which was lifted and no longer a requirement in the New Testament.
1 Corinthians 7:19 - For it makes no difference whether or not a man has been circumcised. The important thing is to keep God's commandments.

The internet (technology) changes how we think, the way do things, and created mindsets that can be distorted and dysfunctional if you don't learn to think freely. We have become a society heavily depended on it to where we are slaves of the new technology.

PMMA is semi permanent because it doesn't maintain its structure forever, it may take years if not decades to change, but it will eventually change. There are dangers with it, if the doses are not done properly, complications can develop, lumps are formed, and the worst is developing "Septic-Shock" which can be fatal if not treated immediately. Also, it cannot be easily removed, because how it bonds into the collagen. Maybe that's why it's considered permanent.

I understand what you are experiencing in the sense of not being comfortable in your own skin (or lack of foreskin) because I wasn't physically like my other peers, even my own brothers. I always felt like the outcast, odd man out, different, mentally preoccupied and constantly full of anxiety and depressed. Until, I learned to accept myself "as is", because my philosophy is, "I was dealt this body for a reason, and it's up to me to learn how to use it, take care of it, and change it for the better using natural methods. But, that's what I come to understand about myself, and it works for me.

You can't blame your parents for the circumcision and the way it makes you feel, because they were doing what they thought was best for you at the time. Forgiveness needs to be exercised in order to free yourself from the anchor that's hold you down mentally and to regain your power over yourself. The main thing is how they treat you now, not what they did back then. I'm happy to hear you discussed this with your parents and they're trying to understand your pain and support you on your decision. I wish the best for you, your parents, and everything works out both mentally and physically for you. All of us here would like a periodic status update on your process/progress to your better self.
 

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truant;703124 said:
Hi brothers, haven't posted in a while but I'm slowly getting back into PE with the BM and phallosan.

I was circumcised at birth and long story short I'm against circumcision for many reasons. I really see no benefit besides cleanliness and that's not a big enough reason for me.

I see men with foreskin in porn and common sense tells me it feels amazing not to mention all the studies and many women prefer uncircumcised if you do a google search not to mention all the other articles and studies I'm bombarded with.

When I walk my glans rub against my pants adding injury to insult and I get brown spots on the glans that go away when I restore. It just feels tight, rubbery, and unnatural and a video that showed me how the foreskin works during intercourse sent me further into depression.

I tried to restore and just the little extra slack gained while restoring showed me the pleasure I could of had with only a tiny bit of slack skin. It wasn't even my natural foreskin and the gliding slack skin going above the glands during masturbation was extremely pleasurable and it made me sad that I'll never have my natural foreskin back.

I stopped restoring because it was causing skin irritation if I tried to get decent tension and interfered with time spent on PE in general.

A few months ago I stumbled across a site called phalloboards. The main thing they discuss on that forum is the use of PMMA on the penis. The main Doctor who performs the procedures seems to be Dr. C from TJ Mexico. If you google image search "Dr. C PMMA penis results" or something along those lines you will find pics from a blog on phalloboards from a member who got 4 rounds of PMMA done from Dr. C. The girth results are staggering, he went from a 5 inch girth to 6.5-7" girth.

The reason I mention circumcision in this thread is because Wade, the assistant of Dr. C said that PMMA gives better results for circumcised men due to them being able to be more aggressive with the injections and opt for a higher volume of PMMA. Something with them having to be careful to not allow the PMMA to enter the foreskin and keeping the use of the foreskin in uncircumcised patients as the skin tends to bunch up towards the center.

I'm aware of the risks involved but to be honest I don't care at all about the risks. I was already put to the knife and circumcised against my will at birth and the fact that it gives better results for circumcised men. Circumcision against my will has caused me to become cold and emotionally detached to the point of having suicidal thoughts. I don't care about my life let alone the risks of this procedure.

Just the possibility of me having more girth than an uncut man and it giving better results for cut men would make me run to get the procedure done. It also seems to be the best option for girth enhancement. I've been doing PE for years.

My plan is to get the maximum PMMA available and not cum for a week before the procedure and use viagra after. Dr. C and wade also promote light pumping with the bathmate 3 times a day for 5 minutes after swelling goes down.

Has anyone gotten PMMA from Dr. C or have any tips on pre and post procedure. Does anyone else dislike there circumcision?
Have you looked into the tlc tugger to regrow it?

Also, what part of the world are you from? Where I am at most guys are cut, and uncut freaks girls out.
 

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truant;703150 said:
True, but I've also noticed it becoming a trend with gay men preferring uncut partners.

When I search on YouTube cut vs uncut you will see girls talking about how they prefer uncut and how they would never circumcise their sons.
That's what's called confirmation bias.

You're finding info to reinforce your current view point regardless of the fact that there is info out there that covers all angles.

It's the catch 22 of the internet. In a sea of information, more than has ever been collected in the history of the human race, you'll still only find what you are looking for (and not see the rest).
 

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Threak-X;703167 said:
PMMA (PolyMethyl-MethAcrylate) is a "synthetic" semi-permanent dermal filler for soft-tissue augmentation. This material seems to be the new obsession for cosmestic enhancments for both men and women who want to look younger and bigger. Personally, I'm not a believer in "synthetic" enhancements unless there is an unnatural deformity.

We live in a society so fixated on physical appearance, using a vanity mirror to view ourselves more and more distortedly. A brain-washed generation that has been deceived by the 1,000+ advertisements each day of unrealistic and often unhealthy images. We also live in a society, what I call the "Instant-Age"; a culture of faster instant gratification and never-ending impatience. We have been systematically reprogrammed to stop thinking about long-term anymore for the things we want or think we need. There are numerous things in life that are worth any real true value takes time. We become so preoccupied on comparing ourselves to these fraudulent images, the instantaneous gratification for them to the point of developing mental disorders of anxiety, dysmorphic, depression, sexual, suicide, and several others.

My suggestion, have a consultation with a mental health specialists for yourself before moving forward with any enhancement procedure. First and foremost, you have to accept yourself as you are now and learn to change the things you dislike if they are physically possible.

I feel for you, we all have things we don't like about ourselves, including myself. That's why we come to this forum, to better ourselves. Thank goodness, DLD has given us place to voice it, sort it out, the tools and exercises to work on to becoming a more confident and better person.

Everything you do in life you have to pay for, whether you want to or not, because your actions will determine your consequences... choose wisely.



Are you stating you are a gay man or bi-sexual?
PMMA is what Rich Piana of 5% nutrition is believed to have used to get his arms as big as they are.

"Bioplasty is a technique of inyectable implantation done under local anesthesia for facial and buttock lipoatrophy and for reshaping other body parts. The product usually used is PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate microspheres) and it is usually (but not always) injected using a micro-canula (gun like device that enables faster and smooth dispersion of the product under the skin) . Two brands used overseas are Metacryl and Newplastic. In the States, Artefill is the only PMMA based product approved (for cosmetic use, not lipoatrophy)."
 

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