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... Try pulling gently on the side which is bound. Baby oil can help loosen it up, and will keep you from pulling too hard. If gently pulling over time doesn't work, you may have to see a doctor. ... (1 replies)
... Yes. A quick slice under anaesthesia in the doctor's office. Then, vaseline, or something like it, to keep the adhesion from forming again. ... (10 replies)
... Hey Newgoodblogger. You say that you believe you have "some kind of adhesion". You do not. When males are born, the foreskin is fused to the glans. ... (7 replies)

... Ok, so this is my first time every talking about this, but to let you know I'm 18 years old and still currently a virgin, that information may be useful. ... (2 replies)
... ish looking 'scar dot' beginning to form right below my shaft where the frenulum was initially attached to the head. ... (14 replies)
Foreskin problems
Jul 26, 2006
... I'm 27, and I think I've noticed that my foreskin is reattaching. ... (1 replies)
... I have a question regarding the foreskin. As i have some problems with it and was wondering whether i should go see a doctor to get it checked out. ... (2 replies)
... Many men come to this site seeking help for tight foreskin problems. To avoid constant repetition I have tried to write instructions in one place. ... (1 replies)
... Where does the foreskin start to attach to the shaft of the penis? ... (1 replies)
... OK I'm 22 and recently discovered that my foresking was still attached to my penis on the head. ... (1 replies)
... Nah mate, you're not stupid. This is a fairly hard thing to explain over the net. You've done well to come here and get some advice. It is a bit of a strange thing to talk about but you are safe here. Nobody can contact you directly and the board is moderated. ... (8 replies)
... I do not think there should be any swelling anywhere two months after the operation. I ask about your ring as I have something similar. ... (2 replies)
Phimosis advice
Oct 2, 2014
... The glans is the penis head that is normally covered by the foreskin. There is no such thing as a "gland" on the penis. ... (1 replies)
... When my son was born he had collapsed lungs and was in the NICU for 30 days. During that time he had a catheter. I left my son intact and could not be with him all the time to guard against any early retraction. ... (3 replies)
... When massaging the tea tree oil in i have been getting white bits that look like small bits of wet tissue, i think this is the white layer of stuff i can see attached to the head as it easily comes off when i rub the head with a cotton bud, would this be smegma or yeast? ... (21 replies)
Partially fused.
Feb 20, 2009
... Hi, I think i'm still fused, kind of... I have no problems pulling back but I'm not sure if I can do it while fully erect, as I haven't tried it yet. ... (3 replies)
Uncut questions.
Feb 20, 2009
... If it is, that is normal. It is called the frenulum. Its job is to pull the foreskin over the head to protect it, when the head is not in use. ... (1 replies)
... I am needing a spot of advice. I have read many threads relating to my issue however none that quite match what is going on with me. ... (22 replies)
Phimosis
Sep 11, 2008
... I am 19 years old and only recently realised that the foreskin was supposed to be able to completly uncover the glans. My foreskin cannot be pulled back at all when erect or flaccid, I understand that this is the condition Phimosis. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, im 20 years old and uncircumsized, maybe 5 years ago i would retract my foreskin just a very small bit, not even to the base of my head. recently i tried again and i pulled it back past the base of the head of my penis. ... (3 replies)




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