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Tight Foreskin
Dec 27, 2012
... because the frenulum is tight? ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for the response. I've been trying to stretch for the last couple of days. I tried in the shower tonight and I could get the foreskin completely behind the glans.. ... (3 replies)
... They said this was normal, but after the anesthesia wore off I was almost crying, and I can take a lot of pain. I made them give me codeine. Today, I am still bleeding. ... (11 replies)

... The phimotic ring, while not unusual, is not part of nature's design. It came about because of scarring from a yeast infection, or premature retraction, or something like that. Sometimes these can be stretched, sometimes not. ... (3 replies)
... Hey bud, sounds normal to me, you've just got a bit of work to do. Your foreskin can be stretched so that the opening is larger and that it can be fully retracted down over the head and onto the shaft of your penis. No big deal and certainly no need for a circumcision just yet. ... (8 replies)
... the only cure for the hypersensitivity is exposure. retract the foreskin fully every time you pee, run the head under a light spray in the shower, etc. in a month or so, the sensation will tone down. ... (9 replies)
... Any good techniques or ideas on good ways to stretch it so it's longer. ... (5 replies)
... What a coincidence. ... (11 replies)
... You can stretch a tight frenulum by gently pulling on the skin, enough to stretch, but not enough to tear. Over time, it will loosen. ... (3 replies)
... OK guys, here goes. Your foreskin should be able to fully retract over the head and down the shaft of your penis. If it is too tight to do this, you can stretch it so that the opening is larger and the length can be stretched as well. You'll need to be patient and consistent with this process. ... (6 replies)
Foreskin help
Jul 21, 2005
... Hi, I'm the guy who wrote the instructions that Mod S4 kindly helped edit and made a sticky near the top of the Men's Health Board. ... (9 replies)
... For most men, the foreskin retracts over the glans on its own during an erection. For others, it does not, but can be retracted by hand, or upon insertion in the vagina. These are both perfectly normal. With others, it does not retract at all, or only a little. ... (2 replies)
Foreskin help
Jul 20, 2005
... earching for help with phimosis. At first i got quite worried because my foreskin wouldn't retract very far at all and my first resort was to think that I needed a circumcision because my frenulum appeared too high. ... (9 replies)
... If you can't fully retract the foreskin over the head of your penis, then you have just a bit of work to do. ... (5 replies)
ForeSkin - WOrried
Aug 15, 2003
... Well, try to avoid tearing your frenulum. It's not a big deal if you do tear it, but it will bleed some and you may get some pain. If that happens, stop stretching for a couple of weeks to give it time to heal. ... (20 replies)
... guess. You've been obsessively washing, because you are afraid something is wrong. The most common cause of balanitis is excessive washing. Don't use soap, it can cause dry skin, and peeling. ... (26 replies)
Penis Adhesion?
Sep 18, 2007
... You could try stretching first, but that is an area which doesn't always respond to stretching. If you stretch too hard, it can tear, and that takes a long time to heal. Another option is an operation called a frenuloplasty. ... (4 replies)
... that a little stretching should fix quite quickly. The bunching up is the ridged band, an area rich in sensitive nerve receptors. ... (3 replies)




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