That's a difficult question to answer unless you have a scale to measure foreskins by.
If you've been circumcised you might say "none", but some mens' circumcision removed more of their foreskin than others. So what you think is none might be quite a lot to somebody more heavily circumcised than yourself. Natural (uncut) foreskins vary considerably between one man and another. Some uncut men have very little foreskin and appear to be circumcised, others have a very long foreskin.
With the Coverage Index you can quantify how much foreskin you have.
The Coverage Index is based on the amount of foreskin coverage a penis has. It ranges from virtually none (predominantly men who have been heavily circumcised) through to very long (predominantly uncut penises with very long foreskins). It has been designed so every man on earth can use this index to determine his CI number.
Because many circumcised penises appear to have the same amount of foreskin when erect (i.e. none) and many uncut penises appear to have the same amount of foreskin when soft (i.e. a large amount) it was necessary to develop an index that takes foreskin coverage in both the erect and soft states into account. When determining your CI number consider the amount of foreskin you normally have when soft and normally have when erect. Discount times when you are cold, have been exercising or taking medications such as viagra.
Coverage Index is copyrighted.
The Coverage Index chart uses both photos and descriptions to help men determine their CI number. The descriptions make reference to various parts of the penis, so I have labeled them on this picture to avoid any confusion.
Step 1 "When soft"
Look down the "When Soft" column of the Coverage Index (below) to find the photo which most closely resembles the amount of foreskin you normally have when soft. Read the caption under the photo to confirm that it is the one that best describes you. On the left side of the photo is a CI number, note it down.
Don't make the comparison if you are cold, have been swimming, in a hot tub or bath, exercising or taking medications or drugs. Wait until you are back to normal before making the determination.
Step 2 "When hard"
Look down the "When Hard" column of the Coverage Index (below) to find the photo which most closely resembles the amount of foreskin you normally have when erect. Read the caption under the photo to confirm that it is the one that best descries you. Look to the far left column and note the CI number.
Don't make the comparison if you have been taking medications or drugs or have experienced conditions which change your normal erection.
Step 3 Determine your CI number
As a standard rule of nature there will always be some exceptions. In the case of the Coverage Index men in the situations listed below will need to use some judgement when determining their CI numbers. It must be noted however that their CI will only be effected by 1 or 2 points. If you are undergoing a foreskin restoration the Coverage Index is still an excellent basis for measuring your restoration progress .
If you are interested in foreskin restoration and issues relating to foreskins click either of the links below. The first contains general information and an overview of Paul's foreskin restoration experience. (This may be where you came from if you clicked a link in the Flash console or on the NewForeskin home page).
The second link is for NewForeskin members - a comprehensive website which explains in detail Paul's experience of foreskin restoration. He has included a great deal of foreskin restoration information, observations, and opinions. It has 10 sections and over 120 photos, graphics, charts, animations and diagrams. The site is growing all of the time as new information is added and discoveries are made. To become a member click the NewForeskin Member's site link for details.
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