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Tight Foreskin?
Dec 30, 2003
... I am a new user to this board, but it seems to have lots of valuable information...actually, the entire HealthBoards.com is really useful. ... (2 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)
... For the moment, don't worry about cleaning the smegma under your foreskin. You have a tight foreskin, so concentrate on loosening it up. ... (1 replies)

... A tight foreskin is common. ... (1 replies)
... I did have the problem of a tight foreskin. ... (1 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)
... Only a doctor can diagnose a case of phimosis. ... (1 replies)
... You say, "... for a couple of years haven't been able to retract my foreskin". Does this mean that you were able to retract it prior to this last couple of years or you have never been able to retract it? ... (3 replies)
Tight foreskin
Oct 28, 2008
... have you read the sticky at the top, on stretching a tight foreskin? ... (14 replies)
... As long as you can easily pull the foreskin back over the head when ever you want, it doesn't matter! Usually, if the foreskin is loose, the way that it should be, it's not going to stay back for very long, without slipping again covering your head. ... (4 replies)
... It's obvious that you have read and thought about this topic. ... (1 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)
... when you pull your foreskin back behind the glans, it wrinkles or bunches up behind the corona. ... (9 replies)
... You don't have phimosis because you can retract your foreskin easily when your penis is flaccid, so use STRETCHING TECHNIQUE ONE in that sticky. ... (1 replies)
... You two guys are certainly doing the right thing. In many cases, a tight foreskin can be treated successfully by persistent daily stretching. The best time to stretch is after a warm shower or bath when the skin is more supple. ... (18 replies)
... Yes, it is normal for the foreskin to be very tight behind the rim of the penis head when you first start retracting it while erect. When I started to retract it when I had an erection as a teenager, my foreskin felt like a very tight rubber band. ... (6 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)
... When I do that, my foreskin bunches up behind the corona and stays there until I push it forwards. ... (5 replies)
... Never retract it more than you can do easily, but do it every day. ... (2 replies)
... Where I live, betamethasone is available only on a doctor's prescription. ... (1 replies)


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