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Methods For Permanent Foreskin Retraction
Here are some. ..: Do you refer to restoring a dissatisfied condition after circumcision? If so, you need to see a urologist so to verify what the penis looks like now and what makes you less satisfied; then, a reasonable solution can be designed hopefully to meet your expectation. For details, go to https://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Foreskin_restoration. ...Read more
Skin graft required: Cosmetic appearance after "foreskin restoration" is almost invariably poor, even in the best of hands. Restored skin will likely be swollen due accumulated lymph & edema. Split-skin, used for graft on outside of penis, may contract & cause secondary phimosis. Finally, what is the point? ...Read more
Retracting foreskin: Simply pulling back on foreskin tto uncover the glans. Low success rate. Can be facilitated by using steroid cream around tight area. Continue using cream until skin retracts easily. Please make sure foreskin is pulled back over the glans or else paraphimosis can occur when retracted foreskin forms a tight band around the penis which cuts off lymph & blood return from foreskin. This is an emergency. ...Read more
Can having foreskin rolled back a few days cause permanent nerve damage? Lost sensation in recent years & worried its my fault for doing this one time
When I pull my foreskin it roll inside outand is wrinkly. I think have a yeast inf. I need I permanent cure for this.?
Circumcision: The only way to permanently resolve foreskin issues is to have it removed. ...Read more
Is it possible to stretch a foreskin? I have a tight foreskin. I have heard people say they have successfully stretched it using devices and methods
Why does infant circumcision with mogen clamp leave more inner foreskin than other methods? Also does scar halfway down penis mean aggressive circ?
Yes ; possibly yes: Mogen clamp leaves more inner foreskin because technique requires pulling freed foreskin over glans penis ; applying clamp beyond tip f glans thus avoiding glans injury. Thus length of inner foreskin remaining is marginally longer than length of baby's glans. Scar halfway down penis could mean that excess outer shaft skin was removed at circumcision, which circumcision technique was used. ...Read more
Phimosis or tight: Frenulum or both. Best advice is to consult a urologist. Treatment for phimosis (Narrow foreskin opening) is either applications of prescription strength steroid cream to tight are of foreskin or circumcision or prepucioplasty. Treatment for tight frenulum is minor surgical incision transversely then sutured vertically. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Some adhesion between foreskin & glans penis is normally present at birth but in time the process of desquamation will take place & progress to its completion so foreskin separates from glans penis. So, the foreskin of all men will become retractable for topical hygiene unless its length is "too" long and its opening is too tight. However, its acquired current inflammation may cause re-adhesion. . ...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
Is ballooning of penis due to foreskin retraction normal? And how will the penis return to its normal form?
Phimosis: It should be treated. The glans will otherwise suffer. ...Read more
Penis retraction issue: it hurts when I pull it all the way. How to retract my foreskin completely without pain?
Steroid cream: Prescription strength Betamethasone or kenalog (triamcinolone) cream applied twice daily to tight part of foreskin for a few weeks may take care of the problem. U should be able to retract foreskin without pain, & need to for necessary hygeine. Problem no doubt is phimosis & a local urologist will be able to advise. You may require a minor forskin release or a circumcision. ...Read more
When soft my foreskin goes back n forth no bother. When erect it doesn't retract as easily and tends to stick behind the head until I go soft again???
That is normal...: What described about your foreskin could be just normal & unique for you. A direct look at by experienced eyes like urologists', will surely answer your question. Nevertheless, without a look at, it may represent a long yet marginally tight opening of the foreskin. In life reality, it would be best to leave it alone with no bother as long as being comfortable despite the look as described. ...Read more
Use steroid cream: Try to retract foreskin, then apply prescription strength steroid cream (ie 0.1% Betamethasone or Kenalog) to tight area morning & night until loose. Always pull foreskin back over glans to avoid paraphimosis. Will not work if foreskin opening is scarred, in which case surgery will be required. ...Read more
Self-exploration: There are several non-surgical methods, mostly of self-restoration over weeks to months. Resource site: www. Restoringforeskin. Org / support q&a-type blog: www. Foreskin-restoration. Net / general education link: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/foreskin_restoration can always also consult a urologist. ...Read more
Foreskin does what?:
Detach? Come off? I do not believe this can happen. Do you mean that the foreskin cannot be pulled back over the glans or head of the penis?
If you cannot retract the foreskin over the glans then I would recommend that you see your family physician. ...Read more
Circumcision: Has been shown to decrease the risk of infections in both the man and his sexual partner (s). However, circumcision is rarely indicated in an adult male due to the associated risks. Practicing good hygiene is very important and can make a difference. Keep the foreskin and glans clean by washing thoroughly with antibiotic soap and water. ...Read more
See your doctor: It depends on what kind of problem. If it is a rash or wound you might be told to apply a topical medication. If the foreskin is too tight it might be what is called phimosis, in which case you'd see a urologist who might do a surgery. In any case, see your doctor to help decide what needs done. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Is this Q from the same gentleman? As I could remember, it was answered long time ago. If you really dislike the penile look after circumcision, seek pro-evaluation and counseling so to assess the balance between medical necessity and professional possibilities before doing more procedures onto the penis. Redoing circumcision is relatively common due to "insufficient" foreskin removal; rare for... ...Read more
Here are some...: Is your foreskin dryness primary or secondary? If primary, just give gentle cleansing with drying + trying topical skin-soothing cream lightly and see, but always with caution while using something new. If secondary like that maybe related to long foreskin with inflammation, seek urologist so to decide if circumcision may be necessary. ...Read more
Popular topic (?): There are several non-surgical methods, mostly of self-restoration over weeks to months. Resource site: www. Restoringforeskin. Org / support q&a-type blog: www. Foreskin-restoration. Net / general education link: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/foreskin_restoration can always also consult a urologist. ...Read more
Explore options: There are several non-surgical methods, mostly of self-restoration over weeks to months. Resource site: www. Restoringforeskin. Org / support q&a-type blog: www. Foreskin-restoration. Net / general education link: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/foreskin_restoration can always also consult a urologist. ...Read more
Consult urologist: Need ti retract foreskin for penile hygeine. Treatment is either prescription strength steroid cream applied twice daily to tight area of foreskin twice dauily for 4 - 12 weeks or surgery. Circumcision will kake care of problem once ; for all, or else penoplasty by dividing narrow constricting area ; closing by z-plasty or closing vertical incision horizontally. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes if no anesthetic: Circumcision on an adult is usually performed under general anesthia or occasionally under local anesthesia. Either way is painless fruring operation. Local anesthetic injected into base of penis during operation helps for few hours after operation. Post-op pain intensity variable, worse when u have erection. Percocet works well for pain. Ativan (lorazepam) helps reduce erections. Good luck. ...Read more