Foreskin Restoration ADI’s Coverage Index

The coverage index (CI) was created to help restoring men gauge the extent of their circumcision skin loss. The index goes on to provide reference points throughout your foreskin restoration journey. The index also helps with determining which device best suits you.

The index illustrates foreskin coverage in both the erect and flaccid states. This helps the restoring man better determine his CI number. When we determine a CI number, we consider the amount of coverage in a normal state of flaccidity, not when your penis is unnaturally withdrawn.

In the C0-1 stage the circumcision scar line is very far back on the penile shaft which is a characteristic of excessive skin removal. This results in the typical “two-tone” circumcised penis. During erection the shaft skin is pulled back farther to accommodate the increased penis size. The erection may be uncomfortable as the skin is overstretched. There may be curvature or twisting of the penile shaft caused by the tight shaft skin or uneven skin removal from circumcision.

In the CI-1 stage the circumcision scar line is far back on the penile shaft which is a characteristic of excessive skin removal. This results in the typical “two-tone” circumcised penis. During erection the shaft skin is pulled back farther to accommodate the increased penis size.

In the CI-2 stage the circumcision scar line is still prominent however there are some wrinkles of shaft skin appearing. These wrinkles can be from initial progress of foreskin restoration. During erection the wrinkles flatten as the shaft skin is pulls back to accommodate the increased penis size.

In the CI-3 stage the growing shaft skin is creating a significant amount wrinkles and begins bunching up behind the glans (head.)  These wrinkles are the result of continued progress from foreskin restoration. During erection the wrinkles pull back to accommodate the increased penis size. There is now some sliding shaft skin even while erect. There may be circumcision scar reduction in addition to the remaining scar disappearing in the skin folds when flaccid.

In the CI-4 stage the growing shaft skin is now visibly bunching up behind the glans (head.)  This extra skin is the result of continued progress from foreskin restoration. During erection the skin folds pull back to accommodate the increased penis size. There is now substantial sliding shaft skin even while erect. The remaining circumcision scar is covered in the skin folds when flaccid.

In the CI-5 stage the growing shaft skin has bunched up so much that it is being forced over the glans (head.)  This extra skin is the result of continued progress from foreskin restoration. During erection the skin folds pull back to accommodate the increased penis size. There is now substantial sliding shaft skin even while erect.

In the CI-6 stage the new foreskin rolls over glans (head) and started covering it. This extra skin is the result of continued progress from foreskin restoration. Greater skin length further contributes to speeding up the process of growth. The more skin you have, the more skin cells can divide and replicate. During erection the foreskin pulls back to uncover the glans, but there is slack for tension free sliding skin.  This sliding shaft skin while erect adds to the overall sensation during sex.

In the CI-7 stage the advancing foreskin furthers its progress over the glans (head). The heads stays partially covered under most conditions. Greater skin length further contributes to speeding up the process of growth. The more skin you have, the more skin cells can divide and replicate. During erection the foreskin may still cover the glans. The shaft skin is tension free during erection, which means sensations will come from thrusting causing skin movement. This sliding shaft skin enhances sensation during sex.

In the CI-8 stage the advancing foreskin furthers its progress over the glans (head). The heads stays mostly covered under most conditions. Greater skin length further contributes to speeding up the process of growth. The more skin you have, the more skin cells can divide and replicate. When erect the foreskin covers over half of the glans.  The shaft skin is tension free during erection, which means sensations will come from thrusting causing skin movement. This sliding shaft skin enhances sensation during sex.

In the CI-9 stage the advancing foreskin furthers its progress over the glans (head). The foreskin reaches the tip of the penis and covers it.  The heads stays covered under most conditions, keeping it moist and sensitive. When erect the foreskin still covers most of the head.  There is substantial sliding shaft skin during an erection. This sliding skin rides over the head of the penis during thrusting. This stimulates both partners during sex.

In the CI-10 stage the foreskin fully envelopes the head in both the flaccid and erect states. The foreskin overhangs well beyond the tip of the penis. There is very ample shaft skin during an erection. The skin will slide back and forth producing maximum simulation for the man and his partner. This sliding shaft skin enhances sensation during sex.