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... I've been struggling with this for a while now and I don't know where to turn. I hope someone can help me. ... (4 replies)
... The penis has a number of structures that you should know. The head of the penis is called the glans. The foreskin is also called the prepuce. ... (1 replies)
... You have to be your own guide. You have to make your own decisions and not fall for what doctors say. ... (1 replies)

... it's a corticosteroid. It should be used strictly according to a doctor's detailed instructions and under a doctor's supervision. Only a doctor can tell you how it should be used. ... (1 replies)
Phimosis journey
Mar 7, 2014
... You aren't alone. Some men have phimosis and never have an issue with it. The problems that do occur are tight and painful erections, or, as you had, difficulty in climaxing. ... (1 replies)
... I know, I know, it is really easy to say, but, believe me...I have fought the same battle as you. If you cannot retract you foreskin even a little inch, I think it will not hurt if you have sex with a person. ... (4 replies)
Is this phimosis
May 17, 2004
... I am a Jewish woman who protected both her son's foreskins at birth. This was not an easy decision but one I made with great conviction despite my family's vehement anger in response. ... (5 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)
... 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)
Annual exam
Dec 28, 2004
... It is not uncommon for patients to feel 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)
... The sooner you find a way to get rid of it, the better off you will be. ... (21 replies)
... Many people have answered the same to people who have similar problems by saying to ''practice trying to retract the foreskin every day until it can be retracted completely over the head. ... (5 replies)
Foreskin help
Nov 5, 2010
... The definition of phimosis is "an abnormal tightness of the foreskin preventing its retraction over the glans." There is not much to it. Some people live with it forever and others take action. The two main ways to resolve it are stretching and surgery. I am not a fan of surgery unless it is absolutely necessary. ... (4 replies)
What the he...!?!
Jun 11, 2006
... until the last year, I tried stretching techniueqes and finnaly, about a week ago, my foreskin is able to retract. I still need to stretch a bit more because it can only retract on my flacid penis, not erect. ... (1 replies)
This is crazy.
Sep 15, 2004
... I'm 15 and live in England. ... (99 replies)

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