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... 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)
Help!!!
Nov 25, 2012
... Yes, your problems are related to sugar. High blood sugar and high urine sugar increase infection susceptibility especially fungal. ... (6 replies)
... You have a common condition called Phimosis. It is when the foreskin is too small to be retracted fully. It may be corrected with stretching or some cases require circumcision. ... (5 replies)

... Firstly I think most intact guys don't have any problems retracting. Some guys' foreskins even retract by themselves, as the penis becomes erect. ... (40 replies)
... I would not consider myself an expert but I have been reading about these topics for years and I have my own experiences to live by. Tight foreskin is not necessarily a problem but it can become one. ... (5 replies)
This is crazy.
Oct 1, 2004
... k or so and while you are doing that start taking some vitamin E, if you can, too. The other thing to do is to be very careful not to cause any more tears in the foreskin opening. As Tommy so rightly pointed out, that could cause scarring and make things worse. So once you are ready to use the device I would take it slowly. ... (99 replies)
... Also a yeast infection of the foreskin can cause it to tighten. ... (5 replies)
... t even touch it with my fingers without a very uncomfortable and painful sensation. This makes washing under the foreskin difficult to the point where all I do is pour water over the head. ... (13 replies)
... The red thing that attaches the foreskin to the glans is called the "Frenelum" which is another one of the ultra sensitive tissues. ... (4 replies)
... When the penis is formed in the womb it is all as one organ. At birth the foreskin is nearly always fused to the glans. There is no cavity under the foreskin at this stage and therefore nowhere for germs or smegma to collect. Misguided attempts to retract the foreskin at this early stage often cause serious damage. ... (1 replies)
... The penis forms as one organ in the womb and after birth the foreskin slowly separates, usually after three to five years. When a baby boy is born the foreskin is nearly always adhered to the glans as strongly as a fingernail is to the finger. ... (1 replies)
... It doesnt hurt or itch or anything but there so many. They hardly get bigger. I've had this problem since I knew the foreskin retracts and the foreskin retracts fully. ... (2 replies)
... It doesnt hurt or itch or anything but there so many. They hardly get bigger. I've had this problem since I knew the foreskin retracts and the foreskin retracts fully. ... (7 replies)
... c they don't teach this in med school. If they actually learned about the foreskin it might in some way show that it is a functional part of the male sex organ and they wouldn't want to do that. US docs just love cutting off foreskins. ... (21 replies)
... o need to see a doctor unless the stretching techniques described in my sticky post near the top of this board don't work. You have lived your whole life without problems with bacterial infections so there is no reason to suppose that one will happen soon. ... (5 replies)
Foreskin problem
Jun 10, 2005
... No I'm not sure but these infections are common even without sexual contact and there are not many other possible causes for a tightening foreskin. ... (8 replies)
... ve it or not , i thought their was something wrong with my penis for so long, i was so worried and depressed about it until i did some research and found out its common to be uncircumsized and have this problem. ... (10 replies)
Help your sons
Sep 25, 2003
... My father was circumcised at 20, so I guess that's why the boys in my family were cut as babies. It was very common then, but I guess it's becoming less common now as people get back to basics. ... (16 replies)
Foreskin Problem
Jul 26, 2009
... wait...so i can get a infection from having phimosis? (3 replies)
Foreskin Problem
Jul 25, 2009
... ks should be done and please don't do anything yourself or you can cause yourself so much infection. I have two sons and many grandsons and two of them had your problems and they needed to go to a doctor for an evaluation and treatment. ... (3 replies)


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