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Pull Foreskin Back
Can be: Can predispose to infections, foul odors, (rare cancers), stds, and the like. Phimosis is usually attributed to fungal infection of end of foreskin. Can be stretched (see: http://www. Glanspro. Com/ -- good luck!), or better answer is with urology consult for improvement in situation. Can cause paraphimosis problem if meatus (/"head") gets caught out ("strangulated by foreskin) when erect. ...Read more
Small ball of skin when I pull foreskin back, looks like circle with ball in the middle, quite soft?
? Cyst?: Difficult to tell without seeing it. Ask your physician. ...Read more
How to participate in intercourse? For intercourse, will I have to pull my foreskin of my pennis back? Should I have to pull foreskin back or not?
I understand your concern.
Do Breathing and Music Relaxation, Visual Imagery.
Do Yoga, Exercise and Tai Chi.
Enjoy the companionship with your Partner in a Park or Garden.
Show spontaneous affection, feel good about Physical Intimacy.
Feel deep pleasure of Physical Intimacy.
Relax. Do not put pressure on yourself to perform.
Let sexual intimacy be in its time.
See a Therapist for Anxiety. ...Read more
Bfriend may have short frenulum he can pull foreskin back easily no pain but head bends down the further pulled frenuloplasty needed or juststretching?
Uncircumcised: There is a treatment with steroid cream applied by q-tip under the foreskin that is caught or tight. A good urologist or a men's health expert will be able to help your friend. ...Read more
Slightly cheesy penis, painful to pull foreskin back, with end of foreskin slightly puffy and redder than usual and red, white/red patchy on the tip?
What could this be. I have redness/creamy stuff around penis under foreskin itchy and painful if I pull foreskin back.
See doc...: Do you mean not able to pull the foreskin up or down? Up? It hints you have phimosis - tight long foreskin covering penile head; if so and bothering you, do circumcision. If difficult to pull down with swelling, you get paraphimosis for which you need to go to er for urgent attention to reduce swelling and pull it down by experienced professional hands; if impossible, do dorsal slit under local.. ...Read more
Several things: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
You have phimosis: Foreskin is too tight to retract fully, or you have a tight frenulum (web on underside of penile glans). Means you have difficulty in keeping your penis claen &/or sex might be uncomfortable or painful. Thus advise to consult urologist about either course of prescription steroid cream to correct this problem, circumcision or division of peinle freulum. ...Read more
See doctor: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and your symptoms warrant evaluation by a physician. ...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
Please see urologist: The inability to retract foreskin can be a sign of infection or a structural problem. You should see your primary physician for an examination to determine if you have balanitis, a yeast infection, that can be easily treated. If its determined you have a structural problem, then you will need to see a urologist for evaluation, examination and probable surgery, which should return you to normalcy. ...Read more
Hi, I'm 16 and still cannot pull my foreskin back, there is no dirt and it is not painful, should I be worried? Thanks
Phimosis: Ask your parents/guardians to take you to see your GP who may refer you to Urologist if necessary. In meantime, no need to worry as long as no pain or infection but nonetheless, check out http://www. Nhs. Uk/conditions/phimosis/Pages/Introduction. Aspx for more info. ...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
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
I pulled my foreskin back many times at once and held it for few min. Iam afraid could it has caused paraphimosis. Currently head is covered.
Uncircumcised guy: I do not know why you would even pause for a second. Your activity is normal, common and the way guys who are uncircumcised masturbate, examine or live with their penis. Are you having symptoms of pain? Change in your anatomy? Difficulties peeing or ejaculating? ...Read more
I pull my foreskin back far back and I noticed that there is a small flat very smooth lump you have to look very close to notice it I mess with it but it doesn't hurt or itch it's just there it's been there I believe for like four or more months now?
Get it checked.: The skin of the penis can develop bumps, pimples, and cysts like skin elsewhere on the body. Most of these skin lesions are benign. You must get this checked though to make sure it's not a penile cancer, which is extremely rare in this country, but has a much higher risk in uncircumcised men. Delay in evalution is common, and worsens the prognosis. So see your doctor as soon as you can! ...Read more
Depends: It depends upon how much the bend is. Generally a small curve is benign. There's no real reason to pull your foreskin all the way back anyway. If you're worried, ask your doctor. ...Read more
I'm 16yr guy, uncircumcised; when I pull my foreskin back as much as I can, the foreskin on the right is connected to the base of the glans. Problem?
Normal: Your foreskin must be connected to the based of the glans else it will not be able to protect the rest of your penis from irritation. ...Read more
I think I have Frenulum breve where when almost fully errect im able to pull my foreskin back jus over my glands but I feel a stretch in my Frenulum.
Frenulum breve?: Please see a urologist for proper diagnosis and treatment if needed. It MAY be what you think or something else. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Depends: Some guys can; some guys can't. If you're one of the guys who can't, and somehow it does end up getting pulled all the way back and you can't replace it, and it's hurting -- you've got a medical emergency -- get to the emergency room. Beyond this -- bodies are variable and there's no "best.". ...Read more
I can't pull me foreskin back at all and the head of my penis hurts a lot when it touch it. Help?
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. Pain suggests infection/irritation. 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
I can't pull my foreskin back either soft or erect. Is that Phimosis? If it is can I get a cream at a local pharmacy or online?
Yes, but...: Yes, you have phimosis and it is a severe one, which would be very unlikely to retract manually even with the aid of topical steroid cream. Eventually, circumcision is the choice of care; of course, there are risks since nothing is free. So, discuss the details of circumcision with the intended surgeon. Best wishes to health... ...Read more
My penis head is sensitive. I can pull my foreskin back easily. But when I touch the head or something falls upon it, it hurts badly.
Here's some...: Is this symptom new or lifelong? To manage it, bring the detailed info on its onset, degree, duration, progress to urologist for analysis, physical exams, etc. So to deduce how this may affect your life as well as how to modify it in a sensible way to alleviate your symptom. ...Read more
My foreskin around my penis keeps on spliiting and now the skin feels different on my foreskin to the point where I cannot pull my foreskin back.?
It is difficult to give a definitive diagnosis based on the information you have provided. However, as a general rule, those who are uncircumsied are more likely to develop "intertrigo", a condition where the trapped moisture underneath the foreskin predisposes the skin to yeast overgrowth and inflammation.
Please consider paying a visit to your local dermatologist to evaluate for this condition. ...Read more