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Hey everyone,
I’ve been a member of the Forum for a while, but I think this is the first time I’ve ever posted. I hope you guys can help me out.

On the underside of my penis, there is some loose skin that connects to my scrotum. Is there anyway that I can get rid of this loose, excess of skin? I think it would help if I didn’t have this excess of in terms of length gains. I want to have a better looking flacid state. Currently my testicles hang lower than my penis head.

Thanks in advance for any help, I would really appreciate it.

I’m not sure but I think you might be talking about a turkey neck type effect. Am I right? Well if it’s that then I read somewhere on here (I think) that you can help to slowly correct it by stretching the skin. I think the method was to grab the head with one hand and pull up while pulling the bottom skin, near the scrotum and base, towards the floor. You should probably search some more on this forum to see if this is the answer, try “turkey neck” or something along those lines.

Start (6/23/04): 7.25 BPEL X 4.75 EG As of (7/12/05): 8.00" BPEL X 5.00" EG Midshaft (5.25 base) Short Term Goal: 8.0 BPEL X 5.25 EG Midshaft Long Term Goal : 8.5 BPEL X 6.0 EG

I don’t think that you can correct turkey neck by stretching. Coming under the knife seems to be the only effective method (“ouch”).

I believe the “turkey neck” is caused by having too little penis skin. The distance from my circ scar to the beginning of scrotum skin on me is about 1 inch, leaving most of my penis covered by scrotum skin on the bottom. Through stretching the skin, my “turkey neck” appearance is mostly gone when flaccid and is much less apparent when erect.

For me, it was certainly made worst by being circumcised as an infant.

Thanks everyone, I think that answered my question. Now I wish I was never circumcised.

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