Is there anyway to get foreskin back ?
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If a boy get circumsiced could they use the foreskin to give to a person that want to be Uncircumcised?
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This article talks about foreskin restoration https://www.healthline.com/health/mens-health/foreskin-restoration
While surgical options exists, they do not typically use the foreskin removed from someone who has been circumcised. Have you discussed foreskin restoration options with your doctor?
I haven't i don't know how to go about it. I hate that i was circumcise..and been wondering about it but looking it up the stretch o/ tugger. Method might not work on me because of how far they when back on my circumcision and because of my penis size
But could a doctor on here message me and talk one on one about it before i talk to my doctor about it
You can stretch your shaft skin to cover and protect the glans as the foreskin was intended to do. You can actually do it using two baby bottle nipples….. google it. However, you will never have the same skin as you were born with…..IT IS GONE FOR NO MEDICAL REASON.
Some things I have learned and witnessed…..
1. Some hospitals in the USA sell the foreskins for up to $1,000 each. It has skin cells called fibroblast, when processed can be used in anti-aging creams.
2. The doctor who pushed for routine infant circumcision, to stop masturbation, around the early 1900's, from Battle Creek, MI… John Kellogg… sound familiar, yes he helped invent Corn Flakes.
3. The latest wisdom from the American Academy of Pediatric Surgeons is that the risks outweigh the benefits. Perhaps, that is why many insurance companies have stopped covering it… they call it UNNESSARY COSMETIC SURGERY.
4. Around 115 baby boys DIE from this surgery every year in this country, not counting surgical errors causing amputation of the glans or even the penis itself.
5. Some say if the father is circumcised, you should circumcise the child so they are like their father! I have had a father, a step father, and a foster father and I couldn't tell you if any of them were circumcised.
6. In the majority cases the mother signs the consent form, sometimes during labor…. how is that legal? Wouldn't the father know more about that subject. Also, women use the reason in support of abortion is that it is their body and they should control their own body. When the cord is cut, isn't it his body not hers. You don't own the baby, you are to nurture and protect the baby, NOT put it in harms way.
This is just a sample of some of the more outrageous things I have found out.
I was circumcised at 4 yrs old…both my son aren't im against circumcision. Both my boys are happy because i love my sons
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Good for you! Wise decision in my opinion.
My family and friends fought me over it because they are for circumcision
Not me a intact boy is better. happier.and easier to take care of
Joe I'm sorry you're having an issue with your missing foreskin. I'm a retired male nurse and I'll give you a few facts. Firstly ask your significant other what they think about this idea. From my experience most women prefer an un-circumcised penis. If you are not heterosexual having a foreskin requires a great more care of your penis. You will harbor more germs and bacteria beneath the foreskin that require you keep it clean. Plus, do you really want someone with a scalpel cutting around your penis? As the director stated this procedure is considered cosmetic and an unnecessary procedure. You will most certainly will be required to have a psychiatric evaluation to determine if this issue is in your head (the one on your shoulders) and does not require sought surgical intervention. Every man in the world has a different appearing penis. If you haven't done so scan the internet for pics so you can see for yourself. Please be sure to see a reputable urologic surgeon, not a plastic surgeon. You can contact me privately if you like to discuss further man to man
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