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new foreskin

How many words about foreskin stretching can one write? Well, a lot apparently. Some of you have written short novels about the topic. But after two years of tugging I figured I don’t have anything left to write about my experiences and am I’m going to put this bad boy to bed.

My goal at the outset was to have a Coverage Index (CI) of 7, I’d say after months of not using the device, my foreskin has relaxed itself at a 6. Big improvement over the CI3 I started with. (Take a look at this foreskin chart for reference (NSFW) )

Just the tip sticks out for the most part and I’m good with that. I might jump back on from time to time over the winter months to add a little length here and there, but the long slog is over. Fascinating to think just how simply growing new foreskin was achieved. Hats off to Ron Low over at TLC Tugger for creating such a device and the encouragement from the community.

I’d say it has been a very positive experience overall. A small thrill at first and uncomfortable at times but I find sex to be much more pleasurable than before, I can last longer, my wife is happier, masturbation is more satisfying and I love having longer foreskin. Good all around I’d say.

Even though I don’t plan on posting anymore, I’d like to address the amount of traffic the blog still receives. It still gets more hits than I think it deserves. Probably looky-looks laughing at the name and checking it out or guys hoping to see my foreskin. If anyone is interested or has questions, there are communities out there, and if you’d like my opinion about something you’re more than welcome to ask. It’s attached to my email, so I’ll know if anyone wants to talk.

But thank you anyone who has taken the time to read, comment or link to the blog. It has been a lot of fun sharing my experiences and growing together.

TLCHamster

So, its been a crazy summer. I moved! But that also means I have home renovation projects for miles and besides that, a bunch of other stuff has been going on. So how’s the foreskin regeneration been going? Well, there’s been none. I like to wear shorts and took the summer off.

Fortunately, even though I haven’t posted in a while, that doesn’t mean I didn’t write anything. I wrote up a 6-month check in but have been too busy to proof and edit to post. But last week, on a whim, I took a look at the site after a long while of inactivity and saw that a lot of people have been reading along. So what I’m going to do is dig up that old post, clean it up a bit and put it up as a retrospective, a six month and then a ‘now’ after months of not tugging. After that, we’ll be all caught up, no?

Also now that’s its getting to be pants weather again, I’ll be getting back to the grind and posting my experiences on my goal to grow out to a CI-8 (Coverage Index of 8, 10 being the highest) (NSFW).

Currently in between a CI-4 and CI-5.

I suppose to make this little experiment official I’ll need to weigh in and post some numbers to reference back to when measuring progress. Not totally sure all the angles to measure because when looking for millimeters of growth there are so many factors to take into account. Cold day, stages of arousal, ect. What I’ve decided on for now is to take monthly pictures to chart growth and to keep track of my forced erect coverage (FEC).

What’s that you say?

  • Step 1: Get an erection.
  • Step 2: Push foreskin forward
  • Step 3: Measure the amount of dick head still exposed.
  • Step 4: Chart

So as of May 10, my FEC weighs in at a hefty 27mm exposure. Well that doesn’t give you much of an idea of what I’m working with here, but hopefully this chart I’m linking to (NSFW) will explain things better as they have kindly classified foreskin coverage into categories from CI 1 – CI 10 (CI = Coverage Index). I’d put myself somewhere between CI 3 and CI 4 and I’m hoping to reach CI 7 in the end so there’s full unassisted coverage.

From what I’ve read so far, the first 2 months are full of perceived progress because your skin is getting its elasticity back and what looks like new growth is just what you’ve always had but coming back to its old springy self. Then from there it’s slow going, but persistence eventually pays off.

If anyone reading can share where they started to where they are now and the amount of time and effort it took, I’d love to hear it.

In the meantime, wish me luck!