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Painful when retracting foreskin during masturbation. Worried about paraphimosis. Solution?

hi.i am 17 year old penis is 6 inches when erect.i just found out last month that i was supposed to retract my foreskin .i have always masturbated when skin was covering the head of the i started stretching .now i can get my foreskin back halfway of the glans or head of the penis when erect.but it is really really sensitive and i may have phimosis.and i am really afraid about paraphimosis .its never happened to me because even when my penis is soft i dont take the foreskin behind my i want to ask you how to reduce the sensitivity??and how to loosen the foreskin faster??thanks in advance.
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you get pain on attempting to retract your foreskin over glans penis on erection
This is due to partial Phimosis
Retraction of foreskin on erection is important aspect in sexual intercourse and satisfaction of sexual enjoyment.
There is risk of developing paraphimosis if you attempt it to retract forcefully.

Please consult qualified Urologist or General Surgeon for evaluation .You need to get circumcised. It is simple surgery carried out under local anaesthesia and will solve your problem permanently.

Answered: Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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