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26yo male virgin have a problem with my foreskin. Cant pull it back. Not enough opening. Is it really a problem? Can it be fixed without surgery ?
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Dr. Richard Nguyen
Bariatrics
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In brief: Yes
Yes that is a problem and should be fixed.
Depending on how small the opening is sometimes those things can be stretched but surgery is the better solution to fix that problem. It should be a minor operation to fix the foreskin and relatively little discomfort.

In brief: Yes
Yes that is a problem and should be fixed.
Depending on how small the opening is sometimes those things can be stretched but surgery is the better solution to fix that problem. It should be a minor operation to fix the foreskin and relatively little discomfort.
Dr. Richard Nguyen
Dr. Richard Nguyen
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Dr. David Vandersteen
Pediatrics - Urology
In brief: Yes
The problem of symptomatic phimosis can often be cured by applying a strong steroid cream (eg betamethasone) to the retracted foreskin twice daily for up to 4 weeks.
Once the prepuce is retractile, it should be retracted with each urination and with bathing to diminish the chances of recurrence. More invasive alternatives include stretching/dilating under ansthesia or incising the phimotic ring.

In brief: Yes
The problem of symptomatic phimosis can often be cured by applying a strong steroid cream (eg betamethasone) to the retracted foreskin twice daily for up to 4 weeks.
Once the prepuce is retractile, it should be retracted with each urination and with bathing to diminish the chances of recurrence. More invasive alternatives include stretching/dilating under ansthesia or incising the phimotic ring.
Dr. David Vandersteen
Dr. David Vandersteen
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In brief: Phimosis
One can use a cream called Elidel (pimecrolimus) which is a prescription, but best course of action is a circumcision, especially at your young age.

In brief: Phimosis
One can use a cream called Elidel (pimecrolimus) which is a prescription, but best course of action is a circumcision, especially at your young age.
Dr. Howard Usitalo
Dr. Howard Usitalo
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