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... it is normal for the foreskin to be attached to the head, just under the urinary opening. ... (10 replies)
... I think you are describing your frenulum, which attaches the foreskin to the tip of the penis under the head. This is normal. If your foreskin wasn't attached to the head, the skin would just flop about. ... (3 replies)
... It's most likely smegma thats causing the foreskin to stick to your glans. Smegma is a yellowish looking substance that is a combination of dead skin cells, urine, and semen. It is also known as "dick cheese". ... (10 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)
... Yes. A quick slice under anaesthesia in the doctor's office. Then, vaseline, or something like it, to keep the adhesion from forming again. ... (10 replies)
... it won't stretch as easily nor is it intended to. You'll want to focus on working with the foreskin, most likely the opening of that it'll move easily over the head while you're erect. I can give more tips as well about specifically how you can do this. ... (4 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)
Forsking Problem
Sep 15, 2003
... I'm uncircumcised. When I piss, I usually pull my foreskin right back so that it is bunched behind the head of my dick. ... (4 replies)
Foreskin problem
Dec 2, 2008
... It is normal to have a piece of skin which attaches just under the urinary opening. This is called the frenulum. It's a tether, to pull the foreskin back over the head when the head is not in use. It is also the most sensitive skin on male body. ... (1 replies)
... Hey Newgoodblogger. You say that you believe you have "some kind of adhesion". You do not. When males are born, the foreskin is fused to the glans. ... (7 replies)
Uncut questions.
Feb 20, 2009
... Is the skin just below the meatus, the urinary opening? ... (1 replies)
... Your question is, "can you pull back your foreskin when you are soft, and actually lift the frenulum off the back of your penis head and see the gap between where it used ot be attatched to the head and where its not now? ... (8 replies)
... Nah mate, you're not stupid. This is a fairly hard thing to explain over the net. You've done well to come here and get some advice. It is a bit of a strange thing to talk about but you are safe here. Nobody can contact you directly and the board is moderated. ... (8 replies)
... Sounds like you have a serious case of Phimosis, possibly an adhesion and a short frenulum. You need to see a urologist so he can professionally diagnose your condition and recommend a form of treatment. He has seen many of these cases and knows what works. This is serious so I would definititely seek out medical help. ... (6 replies)
... hey guys, im really glad i found this forum, it has helped me so much with my condition, however i have a lot of questions to ask. First, i am an 18 year old uncircumsized male whose foreskin is tight. I never knew i had to retract my foreskin until i was like 15. ... (6 replies)
... Hey bud, there is alot of information on this thread about stretching and yes it can be done. It'll take care of that pain you're experiencing and help it move easily onto and over the head of your penis and down the shaft. ... (19 replies)
... Try pulling gently on the side which is bound. Baby oil can help loosen it up, and will keep you from pulling too hard. If gently pulling over time doesn't work, you may have to see a doctor. ... (1 replies)
... side of the penis head. The skin is attached by the frenulum just below the pee hole. That skin produces great sexual sensations. I can't be certain but it sounds like your surgeon did the right thing by leaving you with that skin. Eventually when you have sex, you will find out. ... (2 replies)
... ish looking 'scar dot' beginning to form right below my shaft where the frenulum was initially attached to the head. ... (14 replies)
... for every foreskin won't retract post, I'd be a rich man! ... (2 replies)

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