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Old February 20th, 2012
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Default Restoring elasticity

Hello there, this is my first post. Looking for feedback and relating experiences please. I have been having an issue with my foreskin for the last 4 years. I was too shy to go to a doctor at first and eventually ended up seeking out 4 different opinions. Including 2 skin doctors (specialists). The issue is lack of elasticity. It is constantly cracked and it seems more little cuts are appearing. This makes intercourse and masturbation painful but I have to say I'm somewhat of an addict. Each doctor prescribed a variety of steroid creams, they all work in the beginning but then just stop. They all allowed me to retract my foreskin when limp however when erect it seems like a lost cause. I have gone 3 weeks without masturbating/sex and applying cream as instructed including Vaseline to try and restore moisture. I recently bought coconut oil because I hear it's good for that type of thing. I'm trying that now. It's hard for me to go more then a few days at a time without masturbating as I have several random erections throughout the day, getting consecutively worse if I don't "take care" of it. I'm just looking for some information, perhaps someone had a similar stubborn case. It's been a really long time of pain and frustration. Now it's especially annoying since I met a lady I really like. I've found a site that has a stretching program that seems like it would apply to me; homecure.co.uk Has anyone had any experience with that site or something like that? At this point I'm willing to try anything, before making the ultimate decision (circumcision).

Background information, 28, Caucasian, thin/athletic, good diet.

Thank you for your time, hope me and others can learn through my experience.
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applying cream as instructed including Vaseline to try and restore moisture.
Apply any occlusive only after a good soak. You need the H20 they seal in, you don't need the moisturizers.
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Ok, thanks I usually shower but I will try baths.
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^^ Apply any occlusive only after a good soak. ^^
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Ok, thanks I usually shower but I will try baths.
Shower is fine. Just pat dry and get the emollient applied promptly.
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Old February 21st, 2012
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Also apply Sesame Oil or Olive Oil. I use it and love it. As a general rule anything you rub on your skin is 60 percent absorbed into your system. Anything you rub on your skin you should be able to eat. Keep it safe for your body.

Rest and heal.

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