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My foreskin seems to be glued on one side of my penis when I pull it down. I don't know what to

Author : Roddy

Submitted : 2018-02-25 13:50:50    Popularity:     

Tags: glued  foreskin  side  pull  penis  

This mostly happens to boy who have been circumcised and their mother didn't keep the skin retracted during the healing process and it attached itself during he

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This mostly happens to boy who have been circumcised and their mother didn't keep the skin retracted during the healing process and it attached itself during healing. If it's painful or bothers you, you can see a surgeon to get it fixed. If you are not circumcised it most likely happened when you were in the womb. I would think it still could be fixed with surgery.

If it doesn't hurt or cause any problems, I would say don't worry about it. You notice and it seems like it's very visible because you examine your penis and spend a lot of time looking at it and playing with it but your partners for the most part won't even notice or think it's strange.

Your foreskin should have become fully, freely and painlessly retractable (whether flaccid or erect) by 8 years old at the latest - contrary to the incorrect claims of folk like 'R' who have a fetish for foreskin and smegma and no medical knowledge.

If you cannot fully and freely retract then you MUST see a doctor as soon as possible to get the errant foreskin sorted out. It is critical that you can, and do, fully retract at least daily to wash away all the smegma and stale urine (both totally waste products) that constantly collect there. Failing to do so leads to nasty odours and eventually to serious infections from the adverse bacteria attracted to feed on the waste matter.

Means it is attached, which is normal for many males. The average age for the foreskin to fully mature and detach from the penis head is around 15 to 17. So don't try and force it loose, that can cause a tear and scarring. Just let it develop naturally and it should detach and be loose when it is mature.

a common woe of the uncircumcised

I assume you are a teen.This is fairly common in teens.

You are blessed with a protective, highly-innervated, erogenous full-length foreskin. Many unforeskinned guys would envy your foreskin. You display great wisdom in wanting to avoid circumcision.

You should thank your parents for protecting your physical integrity. Because of your physical integrity you will be able to have sex the way nature intended it.

http://www.sexasnatureintendedit.com/

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Baby boys are born with the inner layer of the foreskin fused with the surface of the underlying glans penis. This is natural, normal, and protects against infection. Over some years, the fusion spontaneously disintegrates and releases the inner foreskin. This usually happens prior to puberty, but not always.

It is not uncommon in adolescence to have the inner layer of the foreskin still fused to the glans penis. It is not a serious problem. Do not worry!

Apparently, your foreskin has not yet released, although it probably is about ready to release due to your age. You can try peeling the foreskin away from the glans penis to see if you can break the remaining fusion. Use your thumbs. Do it carefully and little by little. It may take you several tries to get it all.

When you pull the foreskin away, the head will be red in color, where the separation occurred, for a while. Put some Vaseline under your foreskin to prevent it from re-adhering to the head.

You may also try "ballooning" your foreskin by pinching the tip shut when you pee and causing the foreskin to fill with pee. That will lift the foreskin away from the head and tear away the fusion.
When your foreskin does separate you will probably find a large deposit of smegma that has been harmlessly collecting since your birth. Do not worry about it. Just wash it off.
If you can’t get it to separate by pulling on it, then a urologist can help you. It is called “lysing”.
Many doctors will want to do a circumcision because they make lots of money from doing a circumcision. Circumcision is not necessary and extremely harmful. Just say NO.

IT is attached to the penis shaft . It is not like how you roll /unroll a condom over the penis . Search Google for more details., Regards.

See a doctor.



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