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Foreskin Attached Glans
Adhesions or? Bridge: Foreskin can remain attached to glans by adhesions if was never retractable. Penile skin bridging is a complication of circumcision where circumcisin scar is attached to glans abraison & this "skin bridge" becomes epithelialized. In which case remaining foreskin & glans skin have grown together. Worth seeing a urologist to take care of this. Read more
One young man referred to the glans penis as the "mushroom part" of the penis - the sensitive end of the penis. This is different than "glands" - which are parts of the body that produce hormones. Examples are the thyroid gland which puts out thyroid hormone, or the ovary which makes estrogen, progesterone, etc. ...Read more
You need to: Check with your doctor and maybe see a urologist if you have concerns. Read more
My foreskin is attached to the glans just above the corona on the underside and sides of my penis so the corona isn't fully visible. Is this normal?
Hi, I m 23 yrs old. I have a attached foreskin with my glans......it causes me pain while having sex.......
Adhesions or bridge: Penile adhesions are quite common, especially when foreskin is tight (phimosis) which prevents retraction in the uncircumcised or incompletely circumcised penis. Skin bridging is a complication of early childhood circumcision where scar between original inner ; outer foreskin is fused to head of penis. Suggest you consult a urologist because foreskin should not remain stuck to glans. Read more
Ok...: It's absolutely okay to have foreskin cover the entire glans penis as long as being comfortable and not inflamed or infected. Read more
Here are some. ..: Known to most if not all, life is a one-way street of accumulation, modification, & continuation from inception to eternity. So, there has been no known way to restore the cut. Removed foreskin or to dekeratinize the skin, at least, in my study and practice in urology over the past 4-5 decades. However, if in doubt, ask Urologist for in-depth counseling so to define what you may need & what can be Read more
Foreskin: Please see your urologist to make sure all is well in that area. Having said that, the glans will be very sensitive because they are used to being covered. It is good that your foreskin is retractable. Read more
16 in sept when erect my foreskin can go over the glans it hurts but it doesn't stay to long over it covers it back up in seconds how to keep it longer?
Please see: Please see your urologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. This way you can get the best treatment. Read more
Is it normal for there to be pain in my glans after retracting it for the first time? I also can't get the foreskin to cover the glans after my first ever retraction.
Yes: If this continues to be a nuisance, consider all your options with your physician. Read more
Cannot get a erection when I pull my foreskin behind the glans and it hurts when I start to have a boner?
Depends on details: If a guy can get an erection with the foreskin covering the glans, he can get an erection with the foreskin pulled back behind the glans. If he is new to having erections with the skin pulled back, then parts of the foreskin and the frenulum (the piece at the bottom of the glans) may still be tight and may hurt during an erection (but shouldn't hurt anymore after 10-20 erections of good duration). Read more
Unable to clean smegma. It is very sticky and glans below foreskin is very sensitive. How to clean it easily?
Cetaphil cleanser: Use Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser on a washcloth. It is very mild. Read more
During oral sex, my girlfriend pulled my foreskin roughly. After a day the foreskin is still not fully covering glans. Causing discomfort?
It may Need Time: One day is probably not enough time to heal but seek treatment if there is any tearing or open wound right away. Otherwise, as long as it improves daily, waiting is OK but try to refrain from stimulation until discomfort is gone. If it gets worse or is not better in a week, seek treatment. You might also want to talk to your gf about not being quite so rough as well! Read more