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... I've been washing, and I notice that I have smegma building up around the ring of the head and a little on the underside. I've been rubbing it lightly with a little soap and rinsing it, but it won't budge. ... (10 replies)
... going down on you. Smegma causing cervical cancer in women as well as produce a terrible odor. You did not mention washing with soap? ... (10 replies)
... it is not an infection, definately smegma, as to start with there was loose smegma which did just wash away, but now like ive said it seems some has dried and actually like stuck, some seems likes its molded in as part of the skin! ... (5 replies)

... d the head of your penis. Basically pulling the foreskin over the head, and closing it tightly with your fingers. The trapped urine around the head might help to clean a way some of the stubborn smegma. ... (5 replies)
... Use a soap that doesn't have perfumes, because they will make matters worse. I've use a bit of baby oil, after cleaning with soap and water, and that does the trick with me. ... (4 replies)
... you can eliminate unwanted smegma and avoid irritation from it. I'm curious about if you are circumcised or not. ... (7 replies)
... You don't have to wipe with toilet paper, unless you want to. You need to be able to pull the foreskin back all the way to wash the groove behind the head. Smegma, made from dead skin and lubricating oils, can collect over time if not washed away. If you don't, perhaps nothing will happen. Perhaps the head will get red and irritated. If you are not able to wash properly,... (48 replies)
... before a thorough rinse with plain water. After you get rid of the build up just plain water is enough to keep you clean without irritation developing. ... (19 replies)
... I didn't know until my teens you need to pull the foreskin all the way back and really clean with soap and water every time. Smegma doesn't have a chance and your sensitivity will decrease with time. ... (6 replies)
... Firstly it is hard to clean and may smell. The body produces a white substance called smegma that collects under the foreskin and in the folds of female genitalia. ... (1 replies)
... What are you useing to clean your penis with? ... (6 replies)
... d suggest retracting as far as you can, applying some aqueous cream, working it in as far as you can and leaving it for a while to try and soften up the hardened smegma deposits. Then after soaking in a bath try and rinse things out perhaps with a mild soap. ... (18 replies)
... When I was going to wash under my foreskin, I always took a bath instead of a shower and made that the first order of business before I had a wash with soap on my bod. When the water was quite warm it helped relax my foreskin to minimize any trouble getting it back. ... (13 replies)
... scented cream like vitamin E cream to soften the smegma. Then use a plain soap to remove the oil and smegma before rinsing really well with plain water. Soaking in a hot bath will help clean and stretch. ... (4 replies)
Phimosis journey
Mar 7, 2014
... It sounds like you're on the road to recovering, having managed to retract your foreskin and clean underneath. ... (1 replies)
... scented soap followed by a thorough rinse with plain water. A number of applications over a period of time may be necessary before the build up is cleaned away. ... (3 replies)
Nov 25, 2012
... You will probably need to stretch it out enough to clean it better to get rid of the infection. You also need to stretch it out enough to retract fully and easily if you ever want to be any good at sex. ... (6 replies)
... Smegma is made up of dead skin cells from the head and inner foreskin, mixed with some skin oils, and a bit of urine and sometimes semen. A little bit of smegma is normal and healthy, as it helps lubricate the foreskin so it glides over the head smoothly. ... (2 replies)
Please Help
Nov 20, 2003
... when i first retracted my foreskin, there was a lot of smegma too, and it was so sensitive, all i can say is just bear with it, it will get less sensitive as time goes on. ... (3 replies)
Help with cleaning
Mar 21, 2007
... Some men clean fine with water. I'm one of them. Soap causes my glans skin to peel. If you use soap, which is fine for many men, use something mild. Deoderant soaps are definitely out. ... (3 replies)

Associated Tags: circumcision, phimosis, smegma, tight foreskin, urinary tract infection

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