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Pain in foreskin during sex, trying to go for stretching excercises before surgery. Suggestion?

Hi, I had pain in foreskin while doing sex and doctor adviced me to go for surgery . In many sites I see that with some stretching excercises and creams foreskin can be retracted without need of surgery. So can someone please suggest me a good cream to apply on foreskin or does using jellys at the time of intercourse will slowly retract foreskin? 1) I want to try stretching excercises before surgery. Do you advice to do this? 2) I want to use jelly at intercourse. From last 6 intercourses I see some improvement and so can I go ahed slowly by using jellys for retactment of foreskin? 3) If nothing turns out good, then I am thinking of circumcision surgery. Does my thinking good?
Asked On : Sun, 1 Apr 2012
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it is a clinical condition called PHIMOSIS, if you are good with stretching then go ahead with this, otherwise treatment for this condition is only surgery CIRCUMSCISION which will cure your problem as well as it will prevent your penis from cancer in future.
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