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What To Do When Your Foreskin Will Not Go Back Over The Head
Phimosis: The condition is called phimosis it can be treated with dillation devices or procedures provided by a urologist. ...Read more
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
When erect I can hold my foreskin behind the head of my penis but when I let go it like spring back over the head what should I do is it normal?
Not a problem: That is not a problem. If the foreskin will retract and is not too tight it should be fine. ...Read more
I am 16 years old and I barely pulled my foreskin over my head. It then got hard and started to hurt and got hard to pull the skin back over the head.
My foreskin which got pulled is not coming back over the head of penis. This is the first time my foreskin got pulled behind head. Am worried now.
I'm having trouble getting my foreskin back over the head of my penis when I pull it back to urinate or wash it?
Here are some....: Clinically you have a long tight foreskin which may give a hard time to roll back down after cleansing, but nonetheless, make sure you roll it down; if not, foreskin swelling may develop as so-called paraphimosis. For good care, more info is needed. To get all these related things for good care done correctly could not be that hard by following: http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best,,, ...Read more
I masturbated about 2hrs ago, and I still have an erection & the head of my penis is swollen & red, plus I cant get my foreskin back over the head of?
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
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
Yes: It's good if it does that. I trust there's no problem getting it back in place. ...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?
My penis foreskin goes back till head. My head comes out... Is it normal or it should go more back?
Depends: Not every penis is the same. Some have more foreskin than others, and the those with less, the glans (or head) may be more visible, which is a normal variation of a penis. ...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
Is the foreskin supposed to be directly connected to the the head? I'm supposed to be able to roll it back and forth but it has never been able to.
Foreskin: You may have a problem. Show to your Dr. ...Read more
What?: Could you please restate the question. This phrase does not make any sense. ...Read more
When a man is uncircumsised is it normal for there to be little bumps around the head where the foreskin is? Pulled all the way back?
Perfectly normal: Ring of 'pearly pink papules' round the corona of glans penis is quite common in uncircumcised men., . ...Read more
My foreskin can only be pulled back behind the head and that's when I am not erect. How can I fix without circumcision as an option. Bethamathasone?
See answer: Phimosis refers to the inability to adequately retract the distal foreskin over the glans penis. One to five percent of males will have nonretractible foreskins by age 16 years. 0.1 -0.05% Betamethasone dipropionate applied to the preputial orifice twice a day for up to 4-6 weeks accompanied by gentle, manual retraction/stretching of the foreskin. Circumcision reserved for persistent phimosis. ...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
Full retraction: Ordinarily the foreskin should be able to be retracted behind the head of the penis. If yours doesn't retract that far, there may be a problem, such as a partial phimosis. See your doctor for clarification and referral to an urologist if necessary. ...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
FORESKIN: It is o.K as long as the opening is wide enough in the foreskin to not cause constriction. Many men have to manually replace it over the corona and glans. ...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
Could I still have sex even if my foreskin doesn't pull back at all not even able to see the head?
When my penis becomes hard, the foreskin cannot move back from the head. Is there a solution for me?
Phimosis: Usually attributed to a fungal inection of the end of the foreskin. Can be stretched (see: http://www. Glanspro. Com/ -- good luck); but best addressed with a urologist consult. ...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
Magnums fit my boyfriend around his shaft but they are a little baggy around the top head of his penis, when his foreskin is pulled back. Is this ok?
Yes, no problem: These things are not made to measure. One size fits all. More over there is great variation to size and shapes of male sexual organ. As long as it is comfortable there should not be any problem. ...Read more
Foreskin doesn't go back behind the head with an 'erect' penis. Not the problem when it is soft. Phimosis?
Here are some. ..: Can you retract foreskin for easy cleaning, and have you had trouble in topical hygiene and sexual function? If so, circumcision by skillful surgeon would be the choice of long-term care for you. But from what you described is perceived as a marginal case of phimosis. How to deal with it should be based on clinical necessity as noted above. So, see & ask Doc timely. ...Read more
16 years old and foreskin does not go back over the glands or head of my penis. Should I be concerned or let nature pull it's course?
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