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Foreskin dislodged after masturbation, swelling in frenulum area. What should be the next step ?

I have done masturbation and my foreskin get dislodged and I am unable to take over the glan. I have to take it by hands but it stays there for half minute or so then it automatically comes down. I have swelling in frenulum area. Is there any problem ? What should be the next step ? Please advice . I have also consulted MBBS doctor and he told swelling will reduce in one or two days and foreskin will cover glans . But i am worried because already 2-3 days are over. Also, doctor is saying you were having Paraphimosis . So please suggest
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concern. I am glad you bring this up in a public forum. What you have is secretions from glands surrounding the glans of your penis. I hope you have good sexual hygiene and clean your genital area by pulling the foreskin back everyday. This should prevent any balanitis which is infection and inflammation of the skin surrounding the foreskin and prevent the bad odor as well. You may also have phimosis which might be the reason you are having pain when the head of your penis is not covered by prepuce. I hope you consult a surgeon for possible surgery. I hope this helps.

Take care and have a lovely day !
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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