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... The rare problem of paraphimosis happens when you have an erection, with a tight foreskin. The tight foreskin starts to cut off blood to the head. Then, the foreskin itself starts to swell, and can't be pulled forward over the head. ... (11 replies)
... the problem could be that there is no moisture under your foreskin... ... (4 replies)
Foreskin membrane
Nov 11, 2010
... Some people have a really tight frenulum which can hold the skin back. It can be considered a membrane on the underside of the glans which is designed to pull the foreskin forward when the penis is not erect. ... (3 replies)

Foreskin, etc
Oct 2, 2004
... Circumcision would be a last resort option for you. There are plenty of things to try first. It might be in your best interest to see a doctor about this. If you are simply talking about a tight foreskin then you can try some stretching exercises. ... (4 replies)
... The kind of pain when getting blood circulation cut off. I can't pull the foreskin right back over the head though so it ends up hurting and crushing the tip and basically being "disfunctional". ... (4 replies)
Tight Foreskin
Dec 27, 2012
... The frenulum is a chord on the underside of the glans that attaches the meatus to the skin below. It can be short and tight in some men. When it's tight, it pulls at the meatus when the skin is pulled back. Tight frenulum is called frenulum breve. ... (5 replies)
... else, like on the side, or the top of the head, it is an adhesion. In circumcised men, this is called a skin bridge. Basically, it happens when a wound in the foreskin heals to a wound on the head. It can be sliced free in the doctor's office, with a local anaesthetic. ... (10 replies)
Foreskin Help!
Jul 17, 2004
... that little strip of skin is called the frenulum. its job is to pull the foreskin forward over the glans when the glans does not need to be exposed any more, to keep it from drying out, and keep it protected. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for that. It don't think it can be a yeast infection or thrush because I've had the same feeling for as long as I can remember, like 20 years. It's like I can really feel the tightness. ... (2 replies)
... An adhesion shouldn't be cut, just forced apart with a blunt probe under local anaesthetic, if you can't get it apart yourself. What country are you in? ... (10 replies)
... was cut tightly at birth, and I hate being circumcised. ... (1 replies)
... I am really glad that this board has plenty of information on phimosis and stretching. If i had found this info earlier, maybe i wouldnt be in the condition i am now. ... (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)
... ive always felt like my penis is only partially intact. every day i grow angry and i feel like hunting down the doctor who cut me. you guys all know the same story of the circumcised person wishing it wasnt so. ... (1 replies)
... About 6 months ago I found out that the foreskin is supposed to pull back to reveal the glans, and after reading up on it for a few months I decided to try stretching. ... (2 replies)
... If you can't replace the foreskin over the head, and the foreskin is swelling, it is a medical emergency. ... (11 replies)
... of the world don't cut their children's penises. Another possibility, is that people can get confused about the terminology. Also, people can even be confused if they happen to have only ever seen erect intact penises from a distance. ... (1 replies)
Annual exam
Dec 28, 2004
... uncomfortable during this portion of the exam. It can be embarrassing to have your genitals examined in a way that you probably wouldn't do yourself, and it may be uncomfortable to be in a position when you are undressed. I always wear gloves when examining patients. ... (11 replies)
... Hi! I'm just back from holidays, so I don't know if you have had adequate answers elsewhere on the boards by now. If you can retract with difficulty when erect you only have a little stretching to do. Don't even think about getting cut. ... (6 replies)
... the thing is, though, I don't see how it's possible. Earlier, when I said "The part of the foreskin along the shaft is fine," I meant that there is a large amount of flabby skin that can be moved back and forth, even when erect, which means something is there. ... (3 replies)

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