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... 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. ... (2 replies)
... An adhesion shouldn't be cut, just forced apart with a blunt probe under local anaesthetic, if you can't get it apart yourself. What country are you in? Try and work at it very slowly and see if you can make any progress by yourself. Many doctors would use an adhesion like this as a reason to circumcise but this is normally totally unnecessary. Geoff (10 replies)
Too much foreskin?
Nov 13, 2009
... I don't think you were cut at all, for which I envy you. ... (2 replies)

... to the glans as strongly as a fingernail is to the finger. Gradually the foreskin separates, usually after three to five years. However, sometimes parts of the foreskin remain stuck to the glans. ... (1 replies)
Annual exam
Dec 28, 2004
... a mumps infection. Small testicles are termed atrophic. They can frequently be poor producers of testosterone.If the penis is uncircumcised, I check whether the foreskin easily pulls up and back on the glans. If the skin is tight and it is not possible to pull the foreskin back, this is a condition called phimosis. ... (11 replies)
... You definitely do not want to sleep with your foreskin retracted if you can't retract it now while erect. It may get stuck behind the head and cause circulation problems when you get erect while sleeping. ... (3 replies)
Smegma Help
Jun 21, 2018
... There's no way to clean smeg without being able to get the foreskin back. ... (1 replies)
... aphimosis is a serious medical condition. it happens when you retract the foreskin, and then cannot get it forward over the head again because of swelling. the foreskin can cut off circulation to the head, causing the blood supply to stop, and the head to turn black. ... (19 replies)
... but would probably involve using zinc cream or some other barrier to stop the two raw patches rejoining during healing. I gather you were not able to separate it yourself at all along that fault line? ... (6 replies)
... If you were trying to double your layers like that, I would think you'd go about it more like a foreskin restoration, but pull the middle out to make a new layer to keep on the front. ... (1 replies)
Apr 13, 2005
... im 27 and have had this problem most of my life.i feel that taking all the skin off and that would make me the happiest.i have had another look at the frenuloplasty op and yes im sure it would work but i dont think its for me thats a great believe in doing what u feel is right for yourself. my biggest concern is still the scar and the fact the doc could give me a low... (6 replies)
... tape" method, which was annoying to set up. The second time I bought a silicone ring kit, which is much easier, but doesn't stay in place as well. I was cut tightly as a baby, so I don't have much extra skin to work with which makes it more difficult. ... (5 replies)
... ic thing is actually pretty common, you'll notice many guys go into the stall even if its just to pee, so do that if you'd like. As for your being uncut and the foreskin thing. All penises are different, they are different sizes, colors, some cut and some uncut. ... (14 replies)
... a man who is, and doesn't have to deal with all that nonesense, then my advice to you would still be to try and keep it as it was meant to be and avoid changing yourself if you can. Oddly you just give up one set of setbacks for another set, its not all wine and rosses on this side of the snipper either. ... (17 replies)

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