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TOPIC: Will My Circ Scar Disqualify Me From PMMA? (Pics attached)

Will My Circ Scar Disqualify Me From PMMA? (Pics attached) 1 year 4 months ago #1308711022

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I've really been thinking hard about scheduling a date for a first round of PMMA. My goal is 5.5" Girth. However, after reading more, I'm afraid I'm going to get a bad result since my circ scar is slightly above mid shaft. I'm 31 now and when I was 19 I was Circumcised. I have a pretty big scar and some bumps above the circ scar. I told the Urologist I wanted to keep as much Foreskin as possible and my Frenulum as well..so, there's still quote a bit of "loose" skin above the circ scar, it's maybe only a few mm behind the glans where it's very tight and I doubt any product can go there.

I've attached some photos for reference. What do you guys think? With a conservative goal of 5.5" Girth, could I get a nice aesthetic look with PMMA?
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Will My Circ Scar Disqualify Me From PMMA? (Pics attached) 1 year 4 months ago #1308711024

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Upon further investigation, looks like my Circumcision 'style' was a high and loose because I opted to retain as much as my original Foreskin as possible.

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Will My Circ Scar Disqualify Me From PMMA? (Pics attached) 1 year 4 months ago #1308711252

Rybrad wrote: Upon further investigation, looks like my Circumcision 'style' was a high and loose because I opted to retain as much as my original Foreskin as possible.


I honestly don't think it will. Go low volume, I think you can get away with some padding without sacrificing much in the way of aesthetics. I would also send the photos to whichever PMMA Clinic you choose to go to.

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