I would say making your skin loser will bring problems. I believe PMMA and movement don\'t mix. you want your Dick to be static. I think that\'s why cut guys have better results with PMMA as their dicks are static. If you lossen up your skin to move it will \"dam\" against the PMMA causing lumps. I have relatively lose and moveable Foreskin and shaft skin and that has been my experience.
I also have a lot of Foreskin that is flexible. When it is not backwards it looks fine, but when I retract it fully my lump become visible. Agree with Southdub that being circumsised/static skin is better with PMMA. There is a reason Dr C prefer circumsised.
No, you can retract it over the glans, not as easily though. It\'s more that it doesn\'t move freely back and foward after Erection. It stays retracted below the glans so you are effectively uncircumcised,
I think after procedure skin got \'less\', same effect as you. But with time it normalized it seems. Also heard pumping \'helps\' this.
For the procedures you \'ideally\' want to be cut. I am cut, but kinda half-cut. When i have my last round of PMMA, i want to use a Foreskin-restoration tool - but only 8 months after i the last round of PMMA, after the PMMA is really really fixed.