Fat pad and too little skin
Hello everyone, I’ve recently encountered something that has had me scratching my head trying to come up with an explanation. Having been focusing on length for some time now, I’ve noticed that I have ~1” difference between my bone-pressed measurements and my non bone-pressed measurements. Not a big deal, everyone has a fat pad right? Problem is my body fat percentage is around 8%, which should not result in a 1” fat pad. Now I can’t figure out why I have such a large difference in measurements due to my “fat pad” yet I have very little fat to pad with. Which brings me to the second part of the title, too little skin.
Because I am circumcised I believe that I may not have enough skin to cover the entire length of my shaft, either thanks to gains or to an overzealous surgeon. This seems to be the only explanation I can come up with that explains the large difference in measurements. Because my penis might not have enough skin to completely cover itself in the erect state, I believe that it is borrowing a bit from the scrotum and from the mons pubis. The latter borrowing is what I believe is causing the issue of a large fat pad. Because the skin from the mons pubis is being pulled forward to cover the shaft, it would cause the appearance of a pad of skin. Interestingly though, the skin on the shaft is not very taut so as to definitively indicate a lack of skin, though this may be due to the fact that skin’s elasticity would cause the stretching force (the erection) to be distributed throughout the skin in the area, much the same as a spring is not only stretched in one section but rather stretched evenly across the entire length. Additional evidence towards the diagnosis of a lack of skin is the fact that when stretching my penis while my scrotum remains in a relaxed state, a turkey neck begins to form and the scrotum gets pulled forward. Not only does this occur, but when erect, which generally causes the scrotum to tighten in conjunction, my scrotum is pulled forward rather noticeably, giving the appearance of a much shorter penis from a view of the underside of the penis.
What it is that I am asking you guys is:
1). Does this seem like a reasonable explanation to the measurement difference?
2). Does anyone know of another explanation for said difference?
3). If the lack of skin seems to be the problem, how successful and in what ways have you guys gained skin along the shaft? I have tried a bit of foreskin restoration in the past, however I have not seen many results outside of increased extra skin in the flaccid state.
Thanks to anyone who can give input!
Best of luck to all fellow PE-ers in their journey.