Day 19: Release

I simply couldn’t handle it anymore this morning; I just had to get off. So, after my workout I came home, showered, and set about removing my stitches.

It was no easy task. My urologist had tied them quite tight and many required cutting before I could pull them out. Cutting stitches that are in your penis is a terrifying activity, believe me. I’m happy to say that I managed to avoid cutting myself. The whole process was kind of painful, though, because I kept having to pull on the stitches. Ow! Cutting them also hurt because it usually meant that the scissor blade was pressing against the inner foreskin. But I experienced a huge release every time I pulled one out. I didn’t realize that they were causing mild irritation just by being there. When I pulled them out I sure noticed!

It was actually the best jerk off session I’ve ever had. I mean, it only lasted about three minutes, but those three minutes were just great. The sensation is actually completely different from when I had a foreskin in a very good way. Β It was more intense and pleasurable and messy (but that’s probably just because I haven’t masturbated in 3 weeks). I also found that it was easier to maintain a very full erection, which typically was not the case when I had a foreskin. It was so good, I did it again!

Seriously, though, some of the stitches are going to leave some pretty awful scars, so I’m going to get some Vitamin E cream to start putting on the scar line now so it fades well. All in all, today has been a good one. I’ll have pictures for up tomorrow!


  1. Chase Collins said:

    Congratulations man.

  2. TheDude said:

    Awesome. Weird to be reading about a guys penis online, but… grats, man πŸ™‚

    • It’s kind of weird, yeah, but I’m glad that other guys who are going under the knife can connect over a topic like this. Who else would we talk about it with?

  3. Morten Olsen said:

    Thank you for creating this blog. I am a 23 year old boy from Norway, and I was recently circumcised. (at thursday) So this is my fourth day after the treatment. I had/have alot of questions, but you gave me many answers by reading this. I wonder something. How many days took it before you could walk normally, and most of the pain were gone? Did you take any medicine?

    Thank you for answering. This means alot to me πŸ™‚ My doctor did not give me so many advices.

    • Hi! I’m glad my experience has helped answer some of your questions!

      I avoided walking for most of a week. I think I left home after four days, but it was for a very short period of time and I was in pain. After about a week, I could go about my day relatively normally, with minor pain and irritation. However, this particular surgery is quite variable. I’m healing fast, but you may not be. It’s important to listen to your body and avoid things that cause you discomfort and/or pain.

      Happy healing!

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