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I got my first implant in 2002. It worked completely fine until -- 12 years later -- I pumped and nothing happened. (It had continued hardening completely from when I first got it until the end.) I had it replaced, and my wife and I couldn't be happier. Hope this helps in some way.
Contrary to many Americans' theory, the foreskin is not a problem males are born with. It is a normal part of the penis. (I do not want to sidetrack this discussion, so I hope we can table it and return to your original post.)
flyingduck2019 wrote:I have a lot of foreskin and when soft my head is out of sight.
I think that is completely normal for guys with foreskin. (And when erect, there is wide variation on how much head is exposed automatically.)
DaveKell wrote:Give yourself time. ... You’re gonna be fine!
Waiting ... waiting ... waiting. Now that's the hard* part!
*I mean "difficult" -- the bad "hard" -- not the good hard that we all want.