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Erect penis but the foreskin is not completely open. How to resolve this problem ?

SIR, I M A VIRGIN (MALE). AND MA QUERY IS WHILE MA PENIS IS ERECT, THE FORESKIN IS NOT COMPLETLY REMOVED,,,, in case i try to remove it the whole skin comes down with ma force and it pains also,,,, also if while shower the water drop when falls on the exposed part it pains,,, will that b a probelm in future in ma sex life??
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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Jul 2016
Hello Thanks for your query.You have problem of foreskin not being retracted during erection.and it is painful on attempting to retract it. This is termed as Phimosis You have to undergo a surgery of Circumcision Please consult some surgeon who will perform the surgery under local anesthesia this will solve your problem for forever and will not have problems in your sexual future.
Answered: Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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