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... If you can retract the foreskin while flaccid, and the frenulum does not pull the head of the penis down, you don't have a tight frenulum. ... (14 replies)
... Let me start off by saying that circumcision is NOT an option for me, so please do not mention it as a solution. ... (2 replies)
... This is quite a long message, but as someone who has successfully BEATEN phimosis, I thought those who are worried about how it might go may benefit from my experiences. ... (0 replies)

... I think the tear might have been one of the adhesions coming away from the glans, which I think is good. For stretching just pull back you foreskin, when erect, as far as you can before it gets painful and hold it there for about 1 minute, then release. ... (5 replies)
... If so you foreskin will retract. Hydrocortisone is OK to use there but don't experiment with other creams. The glans is full of nerves that you do not want to harm. The penis will last a lifetime but take proper care of it. ... (7 replies)
... I have a situation which I hope you can help me with. ... (1 replies)
... Today was my first day of foreskin stretching. ... (7 replies)
... semi erect , it bunches up like a ring around the head . I have to pull the skin manually to again get the glans covered . ... (6 replies)
... like i said mine is easy to pull back when flaccid. It doesn't feel great mainly cos the glans feels sensitive but I can do it, and when peeing. I don't like leaving it like this though and tend to pull it back forward again to cover the glans. ... (11 replies)
... I've been reading through the messages and I think I've come to decision but I would like to hear your advice. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I am not circumcized, and I have been wondering about this for some time... how far should the foreskin be able to retract when the penis is erect? ... (3 replies)
... I am 27 and had never even seen my penis head before, and was not even aware that this was abnormal. ... (4 replies)
... To start I have always been able to expose the head of my penis when flaccid. I could do this however with discomfort and some work. ... (1 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)
... Anyways, when trying to pull it back today, I didn't get very far before it became somewhat uncomfortable. There was no pain, but I was VERY sensitive. I can't pull back very far when flaccid or erect. I've seen the post on stretching, and I plan to try it, but I was wondering a few things. ... (1 replies)
... ve never been told that it should retract and so I got the impression that my foreskin should remain forward. ... (2 replies)
... well yeah it is easier pulling the foreskin back when flaccid, but sometimes if i touch my head for too long, i get an erection. ... (45 replies)
... I know this board is full of this type of question, but I have read almost the whole board and am in need of some specific knowledge. ... (2 replies)
... hi guys i am 27 male and uncircumcized i have a tight foreskin , which can not be pulled over the head when fllacid or erect , but i was never having problem with either urinating or masturbating . but it was smelling . so i read somewhere that i need to clean under the foreskin. ... (5 replies)
... This will probably end up being a long post so you'll have to bear with me. I've been researching this a long time and I hope someone on here can give me some help with my current situation. I just found this forums and there seems to be quite a few knowledgeable people here. ... (5 replies)


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