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SOMACorect / Foreskin questions
« on: February 25, 2021, 07:38:23 AM »

Hi again,

Firstly thanks for all the info, I feel like i'm learning a lot.
My SOMAcorrect 3 cylinder VED arrived yesterday. I'm on day 2 of practicing before I start the 26 week plan.
Have read the necessary protocol threads about safely using VED.

Some questions so far:

1. Can't fit my flaccid penis into Cylinder A - just about get the glans in. Have moved onto B. Read about 'sucking the penis in' but that sounds quite forceful? I want to go slow this first week especially.

2. Cylinder B - I can fit into (flaccid), and when pumped/erect my penis hits the sides all the way up (really tight but not painful in itself) - I presume this is good as it will force blood to the plaques and help to remove my hourglassing? However, my (tight) foreskin only comes down the glans half way and is a bit painful. No pain in the penis itself but from the Foreskin. Is this ok? (using the supplied Lube all over shaft and glans).

Any 'uncircumcised' guys have any similar issues? or thoughts?

Thanks again.
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Jun 2020, Notice a small hard lump near base
Jan 2021, 20% curve & Hourglassing at base
Scheduled for Ultrasound,
On S.Guide supplements + VED + Manual Traction

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Re: SOMACorect / Foreskin questions
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2021, 01:54:11 PM »

I have foreskin but no problems with it, (you may need you foreskin cutting) I also found 'B' cylinder tight so only used 'C' cylinder but soon had to move into XL cylinder which i find a lot more easier going with space at the sides
Did you get your unit through the NHS?
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Re: SOMACorect / Foreskin questions
« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2021, 02:50:25 PM »

Thanks for the reply Monty.
Stupid question, but is there meant to be a gap of air between the side of the cylinder and the penis? (depending on the Cylinder obviously- so larger cylinders should have air gap, smaller ones don't?)
Mine is 'mashed' against the wall of B cylinder - but doesn't hurt except as mentioned above.
Also - have you heard of any link/benefit between foreskin removal/peyronies improvement? not found much on here.

I did not get the unit on the NHS... wasn't even offered VIT E prescription let alone that...
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Sep 2017, notice occasional painful erection.
Jun 2020, Notice a small hard lump near base
Jan 2021, 20% curve & Hourglassing at base
Scheduled for Ultrasound,
On S.Guide supplements + VED + Manual Traction

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Re: SOMACorect / Foreskin questions
« Reply #3 on: February 26, 2021, 03:45:51 AM »

Yes you should have a small gap between shaft and cylinder sides, I would think if your foreskin is tight on your glans then a chance that its not allowing you to get to full erection and possibly the cause of your bend
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Re: SOMACorect / Foreskin questions
« Reply #4 on: February 26, 2021, 11:03:15 AM »

Thanks again Monty.
I am wondering about the foreskin and potential Phimosis causing Peyronies complications. I'll ask my Uro about it.
C cylinder is the only one with any air between side of cylinder wall and my (errect) penis - and even this is not the case at the base - my hourglassing is causing some 'ballooning'  about an inch up my shaft - the widest point is very compressed against the shaft.

Saga continues...

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31 yrs old- physically fit, eat healthy
Sep 2017, notice occasional painful erection.
Jun 2020, Notice a small hard lump near base
Jan 2021, 20% curve & Hourglassing at base
Scheduled for Ultrasound,
On S.Guide supplements + VED + Manual Traction
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