What are some at home foreskin restoration devices I can make at home?
Ok well I'm wondering if anyone knows of household things I can use to make a foreskin restoration device. I've looked at like all the websites there are and there really isn't any that I can make at home. I have to make it because I'm 17 and I can't buy any because thats just to weird to admit to my parents when they get a package in the mail that has a foreskin restoration device lol. So can someone help me to make a device?
Question answered by Mithras
Hey,....I think I answered one of your questions and talked to you about foreskin restoration. I make all my own devices but my situation is different from yours in that I am a 54 year old married man with a lot of tools. But in the spirit of helping other guys in your situation start restoring, I dream up simple, in-expensive devices you can make at home in the privacy of your own bedroom, from common household products. Your need to restore is every bit as urgent as mine so there is no need for your to wait until you can bypass the parent issues and order one through the mail.
Go to the local [Walmart] department store and get a small plastic kitchen funnel. Get it in the kitchen section rather than the automotive section so you can be assured it is food grade plastic. This will run you about 59 cents. Using an Exacto Knife or common hack saw, cut the cone down so the remaining cone is approximately 7/8" across, with the full length of the stem attached. Use some fine sand paper or a finger nail file and smooth off the cut edge. You want this smooth as it makes contact with your glans.
You can also cover this cut edge with a narrow band of good grade medical tape. Place the cone over the glans, and roll the skin forward, over the cone of the funnel, until it reaches the spout. When first starting out, you may have to push the glans back inside, more than roll the skin, but that will change quick enough. Use a narrow band of tape to close down the end of the skin so the cone will not pull out.
You should have the spout sticking out the end, with the tape band right at the start of the cone. Now this is where it gets down to experimentation. You may have to modify the cone diameter a bit. If it raises a ridge under the skin, this will be a high point in your clothes and rub raw in about two hours. It might feel okay at first, but you will want to be somewhere you can change it if need be. Lots of guys I start out have to make changes to the cone size several times before they get it to the point where it is comfortable. You can pee through the attached spout without getting the tape wet, and the force of the penis trying to push forward will be enough tension to get you started out.
I refer to this as a passive stretch as it is the force of the penis exerting pressure, instead of a mecahnical tensioning device. Do not discount this force. It will be significant, especially when you have erections. A bit of a tip on the taping method.....when you wrap the tape around the skin tube, place a 1/4" backfold in the end of the tape to form a tab. This tab will not stick to the other tape, and makes a convenient grip to remove the tape/funnel device when you want to. Tape removal is easy and painless in the warm shower water.
Funnels are cheap so buy a few at first. It is not a huge waste if you have to toss one if you cut it wrong. Essentially, you want the remaining cone of the funnel large enough it cannot pull [or get pushed] out the end of the skin tube, but small enough it does not raise a ridge under the skin.
I have used this device (same one) for almost three years. They are very durable and clean up with soap and water in the shower. I wear mine as a night time retainer to keep coverage while I sleep. The pressure from nocturnal erections will also provide some good tension. At first, it might be uncomfortable until you develop enough looseness for the erection to expand into. That is when the little tab at the end of the tape is useful. You can remove the tape and funnel in the dark, without getting out of bed. It took me about three weeks before I had enough looseness to be able to sleep through without having to remove the funnel sometime during the night.
You can wear this device all the time. It will get you started restoring until you are able to research other ways of making devices.
The big idea right now is to get the skin used to being under tension for longer periods of time. I am sure you have tried to stretch it forward before, but never for any length of time. The skin will not be used to this and may even get a bit tender to the touch. It is important not to put too much tension at first until the skin becomes used to being under stress. This was a hard lesson for me to learn, but now I have to warn you not to over tension. It is better to wear a device all day at moderate tension rather than only be able to wear it for an hour at high tension. The skin will tell you when it is ready for more tension by not getting sore when the tension increases. This will take 6-8 weeks. Take your time,...the whole restoration will take 3-4 years for a good one. Do not be fooled by adverts from device manufactures who claim their device can restore you in 16 months. There are so many variables in this,...how tight you were cut, how much tension is used, how long you tension for each day, your own metabolism, plus a host of other variables,...e
Why is the restoration of Muscle Cars becoming a current trend today?
Why is the restoration of Muscle Cars becoming a current trend today?
Question answered by David N
The restoration of classic cars isn't much of trend people have been doing it for years now you're probably just now noticing it. To more specifically answer your question as time has gone on and fewer and fewer pristine examples of classic cars exist so many people restore them examples for people who may not have or may never get to see what the original car looked like. Also alot of money can be made from the restoration of old cars.
What maybe the advantages of the restoration of death penalty?
We are going to have a debate in class in the restoration of death penalty, please support for I chose to agree to restore it.
Question answered by Susan S
You may want to take a look at the death penalty system in action in the US before you decide to support its restoration.
The death penalty isn’t an effective way to reduce crime, it costs a whole lot more than life in prison, and worst of all, risks executions of innocent people.
The worst thing about it. Errors:
The system can make tragic and irreversible mistakes. In 2004, Cameron Todd Willingham was executed in Texas for starting the fire that killed his children. Modern forensics has shown that the fire was accidental. There wasn’t even a crime.
Over 130 other wrongly convicted people sentenced to death have been exonerated. DNA, is rarely available in homicides and can’t guarantee we won’t execute innocent people. Obviously, if someone is convicted and later found innocent you can release him from prison, but not from the grave.
Crime reduction (deterrence):
The death penalty doesn't stop others from committing murder. Homicide rates are consistently higher in states and regions with the death penalty than in those without it. The most recent FBI data confirms this.
Keeping killers off the streets for good:
Life without parole, on the books in 49 states (all except Alaska), also prevents reoffending. It means what it says, and spending 23 of 24 hours a day locked in a tiny cell is not a picnic. Life without parole costs less than the death penalty.
The death penalty is much more expensive than life in prison. The high costs of the death penalty are for the complicated legal process, and the largest costs come at the beginning, for the pre trial process and for the trial itself. The point is to avoid executing innocent people. There are tremendous expenses in a death penalty case whether or not the defendant is convicted, let alone sentenced to death.
Who gets it:
Contrary to popular belief, the death penalty isn't reserved for the worst crimes, but for defendants with the worst lawyers. It doesn't apply to people with money. When is the last time a wealthy person was on death row, let alone executed?
It comes down to whether you want to restore a system for the sake of retribution or revenge even though it isn’t effective in reducing violent crime, costs much more than alternatives and, worst of all, can lead to the nightmare of finding that someone has been executed for a crime he didn’t commit.
Are there risks to expanding tissue in foreskin restoration?
I've enjoyed the benefits of some restoration, but stopped when I thought about the risk of abnormal cells developing. Can anyone help shed light on this matter? Thanks.
Question answered by pat157
All you're doing is stretching the skin periodically so that new growth will occur. This is how skin naturally expands everywhere else on your body. When a body part grows larger or longer (due to getting fat, bulging muscles, growing taller, etc.), it pulls on the skin covering it. The skin eventually expands so it's not pulled as tightly. You could think of foreskin restoration as if you're convincing the skin to cover the longest penis in the world.
How do you get restoration up faster in oblivion?
I want to get my restoration up faster but it just takes forever. How do you get it up faster?
Question answered by impkeeper
its easy while your training something els.. maby a weapon or armor or such.. you train restoration.. heal yourself.. while you get hurt.. so far i remember you have to be hurt.. and if you dont then just heal like crazy :)..
How long does hair restoration take to work?
I am thinking about getting a hair restoration surgery. Does anyone know how long it take for them to work; as well as how long the actual procedure takes.
Question answered by BattleAgainstBald.com
I had a Bosley Hair Restoration procedure done back in July and already, only 4 months after my surgery I am seeing great results. Most surgeons say it takes 3-6 months for the results to appear. I first noticed hair re-growth 2 months after my procedure and now my hair is significantly thicker. As for the actual procedure, it takes a full day; I had 1900 grafts done and it was an 8 hour affair.
In addition, I have been documenting my hair restoration experience on BattleAgainstBald.com. BattleAgainstBald.com is a great resource complete with daily blog entries, pictures, and video from my procedure.
What changes did the restoration in 1660 make to people?
I need to know what changes made to people during the time of Restoration, as in for local people the Protestants?
Question answered by Fox News is the best!
the 1660 Stuart Restoration occurred in England. King Charles II assumed the throne after the 11-year commonwealth government headed by Oliver Cromwell. Stuart was the king's family name.
What college degrees would one need if they wanted to own a restoration shop?
What would one who wants to own a restoration shop have degrees In? Or at the least just have a career I'm restoring antique items?
Question answered by Bridge
You shouldn't need a college degree for that.
You may be able to find some trade school classes in Fine Woodworking, Furniture Restoration, etc.
What is the difference between conservation genetics, restoration genetics, and restoration ecology?
There is apparently a difference between these terms however, when searching up restoration genetics I get little to no information and so much more information when looking under conservation genetics and restoration ecology. I've been told by my professor that conservation genetics is technically different from restoration genetics but I'm not sure what the difference is.
Question answered by Amethyst
Conservation genetics deal with dna, and biological manipulation and engineering in order to PROTECT and conserve, a species, diversity, or an environment. They are a preventative measure. For example, conservation genetics are used to find a weakness of an invasive species, killing that species, and thus protecting the native environment.
Restoration genetics pertain to dna, and biological manipulation that is aimed towards REBUILDING, a species, population, ecosystem, environment, or diversity in general after it has already been damaged. Example: A severely endangered species with only 12 members left is artificially bred by scientists who artificially inseminate them in hopes of bringing back the species.
Restoration ecology is more general than restoration genetics, as it covers the entire field of the applied science of restoration ecology. Understanding relationships, chemical composition, and many things that include but are not limited to biology is restoration ecology. For example: For example, introducing wolves into Yellowstone after studying what habitats suit them.
How is the movie the Restoration not historically correct?
I am doing an extra credit paper for my ap european history class and im having trouble finding some things that are historically Incorrect with the movie the Restoration. It is about Charles II's restoration. If you could just give me some general topics or areas i will research further.
Question answered by Bored Goblin
1. Read about restoration in wikipedia or in your textbook
2. Watch the movie. Twice. On second viewing, pay attention to detail.