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How can a penis skin that does not retract be treated ?

hii i m 27 year old and having problem of retraction of penis . Foreskin is still cover the glans of the penis , but only tip shows. i have no problem with urine etc.. Please suggest it creates problem during intercourse??
Asked On : Thu, 9 Feb 2012
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Hi,Welcome to HCM,
It seems that you are having problem of Phimosis.
If you are not able to retract foreskin then it may create problem while doing intercourse and can bring emergency if after forceful retraction skin does not come on its original position,is called Para phimosis.
If this problem is since long then it is phimosis but it appeared recently then it is likely that this may be due to collection of smegma under the fore skin and not cleaning daily while taking bath,then also you may get phimosis.
Consult surgeon and get Circumcision operation done.
So for marital relation this is a must.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 9 Feb 2012
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