I had the same problem. I bought a silicone "ball-stretching" sleeve from the local smut shop, cut it to the best length for me, and began wearing it. I started with one or two 30 minute "sessions" per day, and gradually increased my session time. Within two weeks I felt comfortable wearing it all day. After another two weeks of wearing it all day (I always removed it before I went to bed. In the mornings I would put it back on before I got out from under the covers, while they were still relaxed from the heat and relaxation), I was able to stop wearing it. My scrotum remained mostly relaxed and stretched for quite a few months, until Winter set in. Maybe that would help you, even if you need to go through it twice a year?View Thread
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