Its cheap, its easy, and it will make sex substantially better for both you and your partner(s) for the rest of your life.

So after wearing this thing for almost three weeks, I have come to marvel at its genius.  During the build-up to purchasing the device, I kept telling people that the process was so simple and that there was no reason why every man shouldn’t do this.  But in the back of my mind, I had wondered if I was oversimplifying things and that I would indeed have to endure some hardships while going through this process.  But after almost a month of wearing it daily, I have not experienced anything of the sort.  In fact, its almost the opposite.  The more I wear it, the easier it is.

During the first week, I could only have it on for 30-45 minutes before the skin would get a bit sore and I would have to take it off for a bit.  But now I throw it on, leave the house for a couple hours, go about my day, and sometimes I forget I’m even wearing it.  It still does eventually get sore, but it takes a while to get there.  Can it really be this easy?  I hope so.

I have started adjusting the device to apply more tension at times, and I find myself really being able to wail on it, so to speak.

I have been looking at a couple of different foreskin restoration internet forums, and have learned some interesting things.  There were a number of people on there who also used a DTR device, but had opted to modify their device rather extensively.  I even learned that there is another company out there that actually builds and sells mods just for the DTR.  I’m not going to say anyone is doing it right or wrong, but I personally don’t feel any need to modify mine at all.  I think its amazing just as it is.  I wonder if I will feel the same in 6 months or a year. I guess either way, there are solutions out there.

A couple other observations from the forums – I learned that some men have the unfortunate circumstance of having much less skin to start with, and have to resort to a bunch of manual stretching and various exercises before they can even put a DTR on.  Sometimes even months worth of work.  I am so grateful that I had enough extra skin to begin with.  Because if I didn’t, I probably wouldn’t have gone through the trouble.  Mad props to those men who overcame that.

Also, there were SEVERAL posts from men who experienced negative reactions or judgment from their significant others when told of their restoration.  And some men who hid the use of the device for weeks or months until they could figure out a way to break it to their wives.  I was very saddened by this.  And I am so grateful that I have a partner who is completely supportive and encouraging and works hard to spread awareness of the process.  I hope that some day foreskin restoration can totally commonplace.  Because so far its way easier than it should be, and I don’t see any reason why it won’t continue to be.

And lastly, progress – At this point I can’t speak to any real, noticeable regrowth, nor should I expect to based on the pictures I have seen.  But I can say that I have noticed the stretch marks that are to be expected when the process is working.  And the skin does feel somewhat looser.  I am encouraged and motivated.

If you read this, please give serious consideration to trying it.  Its cheap, its easy, and it will make sex substantially better for both you and your partner(s) for the rest of your life. And if you think you might be too old, you’re probably not.  There were several men on the forums in their 50’s and 60’s that were restoring with the same level of success.



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  2. I just found you blog and find it interesting. Not because this subject is new to me, but becasue you are bring up points that I myself have thought about.

    A little about me. I started my restoring process with the TLC Tugger. I wore it for up to 8 hours at a time, during the day. Unfortunately, I was one of those guys whose wife did not support me what so ever in this process. I have tried to explain it to her a number of different ways (ie sexual health, self-esteem, her sexual health, ect). Becasue of the non-support and eventual ultimatum (foreskin=divorce), I have had to stop my restoration process, somewhat. It also got to a point where she threw away my TLC Tugger without my knowledge.

    When i was circumcised as a infant (I don’t blame my parents), a piece of shaft skin fused to the glands and created a skin bridge. Only when I started to research the foreskin restoration process, did i come to realize what it was and that it should not be there. I also read that it could possibly interfear with the resoration process. I eventually saw a urologist for my ED (that’s what it was clasified as in order for my insuance to pay for the removal) and he preformed a surgery to remove it. Total recovery time was about a month and there was not much pain involved.

    Since the surgey, I have purchased the DTR and have only resently started to restore once more. I cannot do it everyday due to my wife still having the same attitude, but I usually restore while at work. I know I’m going to have to talk to my wife once again because she will notice the extra skin eventually, but not sure how to deal with this.

    Anyway, thank you for the blog. I appriciate you telling your story to the world.

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