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... There are painless white bumps that can form under the ridge of the glans like you describe called pearly penile papules. ... (3 replies)
... it'll start going away when you stop irritating it. ... (3 replies)
... The purpose of the foreskin is to protect the glans and keep it moist. So it should really not be retracted permanently. Explain how you manage to keep the foreskin back, as this should move back to its original position when flacid. You might cause irritation of the foreskin that can cause discomfort. ... (4 replies)

... Thanks! yeah, I am patient. It is the hole too small, I need to stretch it more so it is bigger. I will keep stretching twice daily in the shower. Yeah, you're lucky to success in just 2 weeks! It is going to take me a while. ... (18 replies)
... the foreskin is there to keep it sensitive, and protect the head until it is in use. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks Geoff (11 replies)
... The whitish stuff is smegma. see my instructions on how to get rid of it. The redness is probably just where the smegma has been worn away. It's normal for an intact guy to have a more brightly coloured glans than a circumcised guy. ... (11 replies)
... I'd just like to say don't hang all your hope on the sensitivity issue causing the fast ejaculation. The time you take to come has much more to do with your head than your sensitivity. I'm circumcised and sometimes I come very fast while others I can last a respectable time. ... (8 replies)
... textured substance that normally forms under the foreskin, and is usually found on the head, and just behind the ridge of the head when pulling the foreskin back. It builds up over time, so if you haven't pulled your foreskin back before, you'll probably have a lot of it. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like you may have phimosis and a short frenulum. Phimosis is when the foreskin is too tight to be retracted over the glans. The frenulum is the piece of skin on the underside of the penis that attaches the foreskin to the penis. ... (8 replies)
Swollen Foreskin
Feb 9, 2012
... Wait a few days, maybe a week, for the swelling to go down. During that time, don't retract your foreskin in the shower or when you pee. Men's urine is normally sterile so that will help to keep the area clean in the meantime. ... (9 replies)
About Phimosis!!
Apr 30, 2003
... Its something you will need to work on to get your foreskin retractable. You technically can have sex without the foreskin retracted, but it won't be nearly as pleasurable. ... (23 replies)
... There's no frenulum in a restored foreskin, and therefore no attachment point on the underside. A restored foreskin will not always have a tendency to slip forward like a natural foreskin will. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the cleaning tip, and I'm relieved to hear that anxiety is common. Hopefully I'll get past it soon. ... (3 replies)
... It's anxiety. The hypersensitivity will continue, until your penis gets used to the idea that the foreskin can go back. ... (3 replies)
... for every foreskin won't retract post, I'd be a rich man! ... (2 replies)
Nov 25, 2012
... and yeast infection can actually cause the foreskin to grow tighter. This can be overcome with regular gentle stretching. ... (6 replies)
... It sounds like you should keep stretching the opening wider now to keep it from being too tight for easy movement with an erection. ... (1 replies)
... OK, you're going to be fine, you've just got a bit of work to do in stretching your foreskin. Yes, you should be able to fully retract your foreskin down over the head of your penis and down the shaft. An erect uncut penis will resemble one that is cut once the foreskin is fully retracted. ... (10 replies)
... times a day everyday on top of sex is a lot, and that much stimulation can cause temporary desensitvity of the penis. In general, the longer you go between orgasm, the more sensitive the penis becomes. ... (4 replies)

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