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According to the Circumcision Report Center, about 50% of all American boys are still being circumcised, be it for religious or medical reasons, while in the 1960s, the figure was as high as 85%.
Today, the American Academy of Pediatrics states that the benefits of the procedure are not reason enough to subject children to circumcision. With changing times and attitudes toward the practice, many who have already undergone the operation during infancy feel the need to restore what was taken away from them.
Fortunately, there is good news; circumcision can be reversed. Today one has the option to either undergo surgery or use ForeSkin Natural Restorer, a cheaper non-surgical alternative.
If you ever wanted to reverse your circumcision without surgery, here is what you need to know.
Feeling of control
Some men feel that they were wronged or defiled by the procedure since they were not given a choice. Restoring the foreskin can make those men feel whole again and in control of their bodies.
Millions of men are also reversing their circumcision to raise self-esteem. Circumcision makes some men feel "different," making simple events like changing in a locker room embarrassing. Restoring the foreskin can thus help those with low self-esteem.
Heightened sexual experience
Granted, some circumcised men actually see the benefits of having a desensitized head, since some men have a tendency to peak faster. But for those wanting a little extra feeling during sex, circumcision can cause problems. Thankfully, restoring the foreskin can heighten pleasure in a matter of months.
There are two non-surgical foreskin restoration methods: using a product like ForeSkin Natural Restorer (R2K) or using a home method. Both methods have been clinically proven to work and function on the same principle.
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