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... Phimosis may be mild or severe. ... (1 replies)
... scented soap followed by a thorough rinse with plain water. A number of applications over a period of time may be necessary before the build up is cleaned away. Once it is then simple rinsing with plain water every day is enough to keep most penises clean and fresh. ... (3 replies)
... You can try vinegar on just a small spot to see how your skin will react to it. You may need to see your doctor about a more effective skin cleaner. ... (10 replies)

... If it is smegma, it can be removed by rubbing with baby oil. ... (3 replies)
... to the glans and becomes unfused over a period of time. In fact, this process might continue well into puberty. This is why a young guy's foreskin should never be forced back. ... (5 replies)
... Congratulations on "getting it down". Keep stretching and you will eventually be able to do so when erect. The white stuff is the smegma that I was saying the creams or oils will help clean off. The oils can then be removed with soap. ... (3 replies)
... of the head. Was afraid to have phimosis, went to the urologist, who concluded that everything's normal but I need daily hygiene. And that my foreskin can't be retracted due to balanoposthitis. I had a course of antibiotics prescribed and an advice to use soap twice a day. ... (0 replies)
... I have a question regarding using oil based substances to remove smegma. After not knwoing that I had to retract the foreskin, I had a smegma build up that I mostly removed by showering, howver I still have some smegma left. ... (19 replies)
... Thanks! Yesterday, it went a little further, but not much. I pulled it back for 5 min. I touched the tip of the head and it did hurt a bit..I know that's normal and saw I have to expose it more and touch it. I will keep updating and see how it goes. I don't mind if it take months. (18 replies)
... There are many who are good at helpful suggestions. You may find many such old threads and forums where you can post your concerns. I initially used a bit of oil as lubricant. Once i used Betamethasone cream when the skin got stuck behind the corona. Now i dont use any. ... (18 replies)
... at least so far. Can you tell me about any scarring you may have had and whether this eventually sorted itself out. ... (1 replies)
May 14, 2013
... post at top of forum that gives instructions on foreskin issues. the white layer of stuff you are seeing is called smegma. This needs to be removed when bathing. It causes bacteria and germs, as well as a nasty smell. It can also cause cervical cancer in women when having sex. ... (1 replies)
... It could easily be built up smegma. ... (4 replies)
... ual, 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. If it can't be stretched per the instructions on the sticky at the top of this forum, you do have options. ... (3 replies)
... Ok well recently I have noticed that at the tip of my penis (the outer skin not the actual inside head) and well it has extremely hard white crust and I believe it could be smegma but it cannot be removed practically, I have tried soap, warm water, scrubbing, (not recomended) scraping and picking at it... but it wont come off. I am only 13 years old and well I don't want to... (3 replies)
... Hey bud, smegma is a natural substance that collects under the foreskin so this isn't a "bad" thing to have to deal with. ... (5 replies)
... rmal to me. I'm uncut too so I understand your equipment and what you're seeing there. No reason to visit the doc at all! I'm not really sure about that "line" can you tell us more about it, always been there, more visible when erect and stuff like that. ... (37 replies)
... years ago. Sorry you had to figure this out on your own but I'm glad you did. Remember that the lil guy has been covered for all these years so he is going to be very sensitive for a while. If there is still smegma there you'll need to work at removing all of that. ... (3 replies)
... are not removed in about a week. ... (12 replies)
... See if it works first. I'd only let and experienced, specialised surgeon anywhere near my penis! It would have to be someone you trusted too. ... (6 replies)

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