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I cannot move my penis foreskin when it is erect. What could be the problem ?

dear sir,i am 23, under normal condition the foreskin of my penis can easily pulled back but when it get erects i m not able to pull the skin back infect it starts stretching and paining plz suggest me a soln? and also in my previous years i had masturbated a lot will it cause any kind of sexual disorders like low sperm count , infertility etc in future???
Asked On : Sat, 9 Apr 2011
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Hi, welcome to HealthcareMagic.

You are suffering from a condition called paraphimosis, where the foreskin cannot be pulled back over the head of the penis. Pressing on (compression of) the head of the penis while pushing the foreskin forward may reduce the swelling due to paraphimosis. If this fails, prompt surgical circumcision will be needed. Masturbation does not have any relation to your present condition nor it cause low sperm count or infertility.
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