While men often talk of wanting a bigger penis for the purposes of performing better in the bedroom, others talk about a subject that is sometimes deemed taboo: foreskin restoration. The idea of foreskin restoration is borne out of the realization that infant circumcision seems completely unnatural and contrary to what nature intended. As modern cultures have set aside the religious practices associated with circumcision many are beginning to question whether the procedure offers any real benefits.
Proponents argue that circumcision is better for male hygiene and produces a better sexual experience. Critics argue just the opposite, saying that male hygiene should not be a factor if men properly care for themselves. They also suggest that uncircumcised men experience more satisfying sexual pleasure. With all that said there is another question that needs to be answered.
If a man wants to engage in both foreskin restoration and penis enlargement, is it safe to do so?
In order to answer the question we must discuss the details of both procedures. Suffice it to say there are men who have accomplished both with no trouble at all. It all depends on how the individual body reacts to the methods being used.
Men who desire foreskin restoration can opt for a “surgical” procedure or do it themselves. In terms of surgery, the term “foreskin restoration surgery” is really a misnomer. Rarely will a doctor perform what we would consider a traditional surgical procedure in order to restore the foreskin because it’s just too dangerous. Usually the procedure employed by a doctor involves stretching the existing skin and holding it fast to the head of the penis using surgical tape. Over time the stretching increases the length of the skin.
Once the desired length is reached the doctor will then use temporary rings or clips to keep the skin in place until it naturally fuses to the head of the penis through additional tissue growth. The second step of the process doesn’t always work for all men. Even when it does, future separation is still possible.
Men who want to restore their foreskins without getting a doctor involved can do essentially do same thing. There are plenty of tutorials on the Internet, complete with diagrams, to show you how this is done. Keep in mind that you’re not really restoring your foreskin, you’re simply stretching out the skin you have that take the place of what you lost in circumcision.
In terms of penis enlargement we’ll only talk about using penis extenders. Our reason for focusing only on this method lies in the fact that it works through the same process. The traction device applies a gentle pulling on the shaft of the penis, thereby stretching the spongy tissue underneath and encouraging additional cell production. Just as stretching techniques can increase the total length of the foreskin, they can also increase the length of the penis.
Devices such as penis extenders are worn for 4-8 hours per day, four or five days per week. They use one or two straps to firmly hold the penis in place and spring mechanisms to provide the pulling motion. Used properly the Quick Extender Pro can add measurable and permanent size over a period of 3 to 6 months.
Using Both Together
For an uncircumcised man foreskin restoration is not necessary even if penis enlargement is undertaken. His existing foreskin will grow right along with the rest of his package. For circumcised men, it is possible to employ both strategies together; though doing so simultaneously can be difficult.
It’s generally recommended that to accomplish both goals at the same time each should be done on different days. For example, if you were to use your Quick Extender Pro four days per week and employ foreskin stretching on the other three, you can simultaneously work on both things. Trying to wear the device and stretch the foreskin on the same day is difficult and could cause undue discomfort.
The only thing to be aware of when employing both strategies is the fact that you may see different rates of growth. For some reason, skin growth in some people seems to take longer than increasing the size of underlying tissue. Perhaps that’s due to the fact that the skin is subject to so many external forces that it responds to stretching more slowly. In either case, it’s not uncommon for men to realize a full inch of penis growth in six months yet require 8 to 12 months for the foreskin to catch up. Other men don’t notice any measurable difference at all.
At the end of the day it is safe to both grow your penis and restore your foreskin. Just be patient to allow the procedures and devices you use to work. As long as you don’t force the issue you will have the results you want to see over time.