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Pulled head out of penis skin, hurting. Is it harmful?

Hi, I am Hindu and as you know our penis is covered with skin but I needed to take my head out of skin and I did it by pulling with hand but it is hurting me now and when I am trying to put the skin again on head it is not going out just stayed back. so when my penis stands up it hurts a lot so what should I do? and tell me is it harmful for me or not to remain penis in this condition.?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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The skin over the penis is attached to the head through the mucosa and your are trying to remove the skin for the head which detaches the mucosa which will always hurt. if you want to take it out then the better way is circumcision as if you will take it out but until the the skin is not removed it will adhere again. now for pain relief you can use local xylocaine gel

Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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