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Pain when trying to pull back foreskin of erect penis. Pain during oral sex. Something wrong?

Hello, this is abit embarressing, but I ve only just learnt that your forskin has to go behind your glans when erect, mine doesn t. I can pull the forskin back and clean in when my penis is flacid but when erect it hurts when I try and pull it back. I have learnt that my father had the same problem and he was circumsized. When I m engaged in oral sex it starts a pain because the forskin is being forced down but with vaginal sex it starts to irritate and I don t know what, if anything is wrong?
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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Hi
Welcome to HCM.
Tight foreskin is giving trouble.
Try retraction at showers and clean with regular soap and water.
Try lubricants during vaginal sex, but it may not be possible with oral sex as she may not like the taste of it.
Kindly get yourself examined if it gives persistent trouble.
You may need circumcision.
Regards
DR GS
Answered: Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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