... Dear Robin,
The two finger method is suggested for when the foreskin is in danger of going over the glans (head) and getting stuck. Until it widens enough for the tip of your little fingers use the pull-back method to stretch.
There is a mistake in the sticky I'm unable to correct. It should read 0.01%.
Geoff;) (1 replies)
... pm, and I've noticed I can't get a full erection anymore, and my penis feels almost kind of numb. I know I accidentally rubbed some of the cream all over the shaft of my penis while I was trying to rub it into the foreskin, so now I'm really worried. Is it possible I could have damaged myself? ... (0 replies)
... I've seen the posts for Betamethasone use for phimosis treatment called ointment and cream, both 1%. Is there a difference between the ointment and cream? Is one an oil and the other an actual cream? Does one work better than the other? Is there an actual difference, thanks! (1 replies)
... Hi, I have had pinhole Phimosis for 3 decades and it has never caused me any meaningful problems, until this week. On Wednesday I woke up to discover the phimosis had completely closed up shop on my urethra and I could not expel urine. ... (0 replies)
... bit of stretching, you will be able to slide your foreskin back behind the glans when you have an erection. Yes, it's tight at the moment but, if you stretch it for a month, you will be able to retract your foreskin easily. ... (1 replies)
... But instead of using the cream for the rest of my life, I decided to just go and get cut. ... (1 replies)
... Do you know if the steroid cream will affect the stretching if there is scar tissue? ... (3 replies)
... is reffered that helps the stretching. However I recommend you to start without the cream for 1 month to see how the things will be. You can also visit a doctor but the most doctors often suggest circumcisition. ... (3 replies)
... I've been following the excellent posts here and am very grateful for everyone's time and effort. I haven't been able to fully understand though how precisely to apply a cream to the phimotic ring. ... (4 replies)
... I have Phimosis and I tried streatching the skin a few moths ago, the problem was that my foreskin sort of folds when flaccid and that made it very difficult the first time. ... (1 replies)
... Yeah i'm relived that it's not a circumcision matter.
The question is though, how long should I expect to be using this cream for :/? (15 replies)
... he option of a Dorsal Slit or Circumcision, because he noted he is able to see the head at times, I was not able to ever see it exposed as I suffered from severe phimosis and upon my urologist examining my penis, he instantly suggest a circumcision, I immediately declined. ... (9 replies)
... Are you supposed to rub the cream in well? ... (21 replies)
... term use and in very thin layers. The cream is preferable to the ointment as it can be applied more thinly. ... (1 replies)
... Second big mistake... You need to see an new doctor if he is recommending circ for phimosis. You can use a steroidal cream to widen the opening. I have experience with desonide . ... (21 replies)
... You can buy the proper stuff over the internet if you want to try this, but you can of course just go to the gp and ask for this. ... (0 replies)
... i havnt actualy spoke to my gp about this, although after reading a lot on the net i found that usualy betamethasone cream is used for this, i presume just rubbed into the skin that usualy covers the head of the penis to loosen it etc.. ... (0 replies)
... I have a case of phimosis too, not that bad but troublesome during erections. Did you get any relief from betamethasone? ... (2 replies)
... The first is being examined to see of you have a yeast infection which is causing scarring. The second is stretching. Third is using prescription betamethasone cream in conjunction with stretching. Then, using a glansie tool. After that, a dorsal slit operation. If none of those work, circumcision will. ... (2 replies)
... Okay, so on Monday I saw the doctor. He took one look at the ooze and said I had an infection. He pondered for a minute, then prescribed antibiotics and some antibiotic cream. ... (7 replies)