How close does Foreskin restoration come to a real one?
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This is a hard question to answer as uncircumcised guys rarely become circumcised and then go through foreskin restoration. They are likely the only people who can answer this question objectively. Even then, it would be difficult to answer due to time passing if there's been loss in sensitivity, function, or whatever else is being measured. Think of it this way, during puberty you may get more hair on your body, would you notice day to day changes? How about over a year or two without pictures? It is somewhat similar to that, where changes are gradual enough and documentation cannot be objective to answer easily.
With that said, as someone who hasn't undergone the procedure, I think there will be some permanent changes to the new foreskin (after all, highly practiced and specialized medical procedures don't restore 100% normal functionality in many cases - so why would this?). I expect some changes to sensitivity, function, and look. How much is hard to say but if I had to guess I'd be betting around somewhere in the range of 60%-80% normal function if you are able to stretch far enough.
With that said, being under 18 if you are considering this I would wait a few years and do your research to ensure that this is the route you would like to take. My knowledge is limited on this topic but I know it will take many years to correct and have long term solution.1
Aside from the lost nerve endings its almost the same. The body creates a tissue almost identical from what I've read, its almost like the male body is supposed to have it.0
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