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... It could also be for a number of other reasons. In fact, there could be a connection between all your symptoms that you'll need your doctor to confirm or deny. ... (5 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)
... If it is too tight for that, you may want to loosen it. You can read about that under Men's Health thread "Stretching To Fix Common Foreskin Problems". ... (4 replies)

... It could also be for a number of other reasons. In fact, there could be a connection between all your symptoms. ... (5 replies)
... they have piles of bureacracy to deal with thanks to regulations, etc., and no longer have time to be good doctors, etc. But that's a whole other topic. ... (84 replies)
... without the needle, to flush it out. You should be able to buy one without a needle in a pharmacy. They may ask you what you want it for, so think of a plausible reason first. This is not something I know has been tried but just a strategy that may work. ... (7 replies)
... o 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. Once you get rid of the buildup don't use soap though as this can upset the natural balance and cause drying out and yeast infections. ... (3 replies)
... If the soreness and redness are persisting the infection is probably fungal or yeast. These infections get worse with antibiotic cream. Soap can also cause these infections or it could be a reaction to some other chemical. He should just use plain water in the shower. Circumcision would be traumatic and overkill at his age. ... (11 replies)
Help!!!
Nov 25, 2012
... and yeast infection can actually cause the foreskin to grow tighter. This can be overcome with regular gentle stretching. ... (6 replies)
... Clear up this infection first then look at my stretching instructions at the top of this board to make your foreskin easier to clean and more functional. The foreskin should move easily over the head when flacid or erect but don't even try to stretch with an infection. ... (4 replies)
Cleaning
Jan 23, 2006
... Mostly it's best to retract and wash with plain water. Some males use soap but that can cause thrush or fungal infections in some cases, which in turn causes odour and stickiness. The thrush or fungus can be treated with a cream designed for female genital infections. ... (2 replies)




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