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Suffering with phimosis, difficulty in penetration during sex. What treatment is advisable?

Hi, I am 25 and Married 5 months back. I have recently noticed my that my Penis is abnormal in the sense the Opening of Penis Head is very small, which made me realize I am suffering from Phimosis . While surfing through net and looking through various suggestions, I am getting confused, whether Phimosis requires to be cured and if it does, what is better, Circumcision or Preputioplasty? While making love, the only problem I encounter is while entering the Penis, which is very uncomfortable and I have to use some lubricant/oil for getting it in comfortably. Please suggest me what should I do?
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
You have no penis abnormality but you have inability to retract skin from glans this is a condition known as phimosis.
Phimosis can not cause any penetration problem but for safer side to prevent accidental tear leads to frenulum leakage you should be advised to go for circumcision operation.
In this operation they remove skin from glans.This is a routine practice in some community in world as it is more hygienic to clean.
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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