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When my penis is in normal size foreskin is easily pulldown but when penis enlarges foreskin becomes tight?
It's normal.: The foreskin on an uncircumcised male typically covers the head of the penis when there is no erection. With an erection the penis grows in length and girth, and the foreskin "retracts" and gets tight, covering only the base of the penis and leaving the head uncovered. You're okay, that's the design plan! ...Read more
I have phimosis and tear my foreskin by accident is it normal for the foreskin to shrink again? How soon can I resume stretching?
Normal: Torn area will contract ; scar causing shrinkage. You probably require prescription strength steroid cream like Betamethasone or kenalog (triamcinolone) so that foreskin can loosen. Am not a believer in stretching foreskin by itself to correct phimosis. Other alternative is either a preputioplasty, if you wish to keep foreskin, or circumcision. ...Read more
When the penis enlarges, is it normal for the foreskin to retract? I have never had this until the last couple of years and has been such a worry
Normal.: Boys usually are born with a non-retractile foreskin. The foreskin gradually becomes retractable over a variable period of time ranging from birth to 18 years or more. There is no “right” age for the foreskin to become retractable, and in some men, it never does. Either way, nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Phimosis: The condition is called phimosis. It should be eval n treated by a urologist. Hygiene and infection are main concerns when dealing w this condition. ...Read more
Is it normal for penis foreskin when pulled back while dry humping with erection to be very sensitive and painful?
May need reduction: If the foreskin of an uncircumcised penis gets pulled back and cannot be reduced (meaning returned to its normal position covering the head of the penis), this can be a problem. Often the foreskin will swell and not be reducible. This is called a paraphimosis. If this is the case, and you cannot reduce it with gentle pressure, you may want to be evaluated by your physician who can do so. ...Read more
Should I get frenulum breve surgery or should I get circumcised I'm 24 I always thought everything was normal but my foreskin doesn't retract fully.
Yes: If you mean that foreskin from all sides meets in front of the glans, that is normal. ...Read more
If your foreskin: Adheres to the head of your penis you need to have it loosened by a doc. They are in a variety of lengths. Please see your doc so someone can take a look and let y you know for certain. Peace and good health. ...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
Urology: I think this concern is best addressed by a trip to a urologist for evaluation. Best of luck! ...Read more
My foreskin retracts only halfway when erected. I can manually pull it down though without difficulty. Is it normal?
Phimosis: There are a number of conditions of the foreskin that can cause a progressive narrowing of the foreskin with more difficulty retracting it (phimosis), such as infections, trauma, inflammatory conditions such as lichen sclerosus. The danger is if the foreskin is retracted forcibly and stays behind the glans, it may decrease blood supply to the glans. Please see your urologist for treatment. ...Read more
I am 66 years old. My foreskin has recently become tighter and more difficult to pull back. Is this a normal sign of ageing or should I be concerned?
Be concerned.: This is called phimosis. Normally, the foreskin should always be comfortably retractable over the head of the penis. There may be an infection that has caused this skin to contract - it may be painful or impossible to retract the foreskin if you ignore it. Circumcision would be the worst-case scenario. See your family practitioner for an evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
May have...: A marginally tight long foreskin, which may stay retracted in some after erection. So, make sure to pull the foreskin down after erection so to prevent so-called paraphimosis. However, it is still hard to tell exactly what you have without a direct look. To sort all things out correctly, follow instructions in articles listed in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. Best with to health... ...Read more
No it's phimosis: Paraphimosis is when a tight scarred foreskin (phimosis) has been pulled back or retracted over the head of the penis (glans) and is so tight that it can not be reduced or returned to its natural position covering the glans. This causes more pressure and swelling of the glans, making paraphimosis dangerous. Phimosis is inconvenient, paraphimosis is an emergency. You have phimosis. ...Read more
Male Anatomy: Yes. As long as it does not stick, or hurt or turn red things should be fine. ...Read more
Hi I am worried as I have retracted my foreskin for the first time and it is stuck behind my head is this normal for the first time?
Please be seen.: The foreskin should not get stuck behind the head of the penis. If this happens, this could lead to a dangerous situation called paraphimosis and the constriction of the head of the penis can be damaging. Please try to replace the forskin immeditately, and go to the emergency room if you cannot do so! After it is replaced, see a urologist to try to address the phimosis. ...Read more
My foreskin won't slide up all the way to its normal position. I have tried while showering but the skin just retracts itself back.?
So sad: Sorry about the problem sir. I think that a good urologist can easily fix you up. ...Read more
I pulled my foreskin off my knob glands, cause it was attachd on 1 side. It was a bit painful, now evrything is normal, except I have a lot of foreskn?
You can: You can see a urologist for evaluation and possible surgical removal. ...Read more
I just recently pulled the foreskin back and it is currently stuck behind the head and won't go back to its normal position. I've tried pushing it back forward but it won't budge. Is this an emergency?
Somewhat: There may be a problem called phimosis which prevents normal retraction of the foreskin, but if it gets stuck behind the glans penis it should be addressed by a physician or a urologist. If applying cold applications to the penis doesn't allow you to bring the foreskin over the glans to its normal position, head to the hospital emergency room to avoid complications. ...Read more
See ur Dr/Urologist: There is a chance the tightening is due to a fungal infection or skin change that may be amenable to topical steroid and/or antifungal. Should get urological exam to identify treatment options best for your situation. (aka: phimosis, for more information see: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/phimosis). ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Feeling stinging in foreskin at erection suggests heightened sensation by possible local inflammation from various causes or tightness from over-stretching tight foreskin after "too much" shortening at circumcision or simply from still existing long/tight foreskin with balanoposthitis, etc. So, have urologist take a look so to define what is going on in your penis. Best wish. .. ...Read more
Hi there I have just started to have a itchness underneath foreskin after shower I don't use any shower gel or any soap is it normal?
No: See a primary care physician or urologist to evaluate this for infection ...Read more
My foreskin pulls back when I get an erection but I has a thin line of skin that's a bit puffy that goes around the bottom of my the head. Normal?
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
Depends: It depends upon where it is attached. At the base of the foreskin is normal. If you have concerns, check w/your doctor. ...Read more
I have noticed that my foreskin is fairly tight and slightly uncomfortable to retract, is this normal?
Here are some...: Clinically, you have long-tight foreskin, that is, phimosis, for which circumcision is a long-term of choice. To decide if it is necessary, see a urologist by following suggestions in articles listed in How to Handle Sickness in http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
I see pink skin around the frenulum like a gap between my corona and my foreskin. Is that common or normal?
Sounds ok: What you describe does not sound pathological. If the area is not tender or red and inflamed, it is likely a normal variant. ...Read more