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Treatment for fore skin problem in men - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Penis Problems
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   i have some problem in penies
Doctor :   What is it?
Doctor :   please elaboarter
User :   in tip cracks is forming
Doctor :   How long you have this
User :   it not able to move back side
User :   last 1year
User :   why is ?
Doctor :   Do you have sexual activity?
User :   skin cover the red part and not able move backside
User :   yes
Doctor :   and do you have pain during erectin
User :   i married last year
User :   yes
Doctor :   It is called phimosis
User :   skin cover the red region
Doctor :   not able to move the skin over prepue
User :   wt shall ido
Doctor :   prepuce is the red protion
Doctor :   portion
User :   yes
Doctor :   and you need to see a general surgeion and seek his opinion and you may need a minor surgery
Doctor :   called circumscision.
User :   is any serious
Doctor :   Nothing seriuos
User :   so wt to do
Doctor :   but it is a matter of comfort during sex
Doctor :   If you are in Bangalore

Doctor :   We can arrange for your consultation and other procedure
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