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Week 5 (NSFW photo included) and all's well... I think

brand0nk3y
brand0nk3y

After a not so pleasant Week 2 & 3, I'm pretty sure I'm out of the woods. Besides a gnarly scar (which my doctor reckons will not be as pronounced if I give it a couple of months) I'm pretty happy with the overall look.

My ONLY issue right now is the colour difference.

Would it be worth my while to consider a bleaching option to even the skin tones out or should I just take a "wait and see" approach as I am with the scar?

(btw, if bleaching is a viable option, I'd really appreciate product recommendations)

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Excellent finish

Looks great!

Looks amazing I’m jealous. Don’t try the bleach it’s so bad for your skin and the results aren’t permanent so there’s no point you will have to hurt your skin down there over and over again lol. But man you’re good it looks so nice. Also mine looks like yours but I still have a tender frenulum

And a hard lump on the side of my scar line so I don’t know if I’m outta the woods yet

I've seen some pretty bad photos of circumcisions that appeared to be "botched". Nightmare fuel level. Mine from Week 2 & 3 was no exception. It had gotten so bad that I was convinced my dick would shrivel up and fall off lol. Then week 4 came along and friggin changed EVERYTHING! Went to a different doctor (the family GP) who only echoed my Urologist sentiments. She did a "cleaning" and now I'm in Week 5 and BAM! it looks like it does now.

In other words; give it time. And as my Mom always says; "Things are always at their worst right before they get better".

wait and see, but it looks great

Your circumcision seems to be nicely healed.

The colour difference at the scar is a normal outcome of circumcision, because dissimilar tissue heals together at the circumcision scar. You will also note that the texture varies from one side of the scar to the other.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circu...

I don't know if bleaching will work. I had not heard of that.

What will work, but takes several years, is non-surgical foreskin restoration, which expands the residual shaft skin into a new foreskin. The scar moves to the tip and then inside the new foreskin and, while it still exists, is concealed.

brand0nk3y
brand0nk3y
in reply to Bucky85

I have no intention of going through the whole foreskin fiasco again lol. And to be honest, I was never really a huge fan of the foreskin aesthetic. I got rid of it due to my phimosis, yes, But I've always preferred circumcised over "uncut".

Even I got circumcised 2 months back due to phimosis. I still have the scares over my wound and most of the stitches have fallen but few are still there. Don't know how much more time it's gonna take to be completely alright.

It matters not to me. I was only providing information about concealing the two-tone look.

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