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What treatment apart from surgery can I take for normal erection of penis ?

I am 31 years, 167 cms, no disease and married man. Since last few months, I observed that my penis is healthier than earlier and now I fell some pain at the time of in contact with my wife because of penis is not fully open/expanse of as it should be. I advise taken from one doctor verbally, he said that I should clear it by surgery . But I would not like surgery due to job reason and personal reason. I would like to know, is any lotion/cream available, by use of its, penis will be fully open as earlier. Please help me and intimate my on email Please advise me except surgery because it will come difficult in later stage for my job
Asked On : Mon, 27 Jun 2011
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Hello raj;
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The problem you are having is pain while having sex as the skin is not coming completely and the glans penis is not getting open.This condition is probably because the skin is not retracting properly and the solution is surgery to remove the skin and it is called circumcision.If you want to avoid surgery you can try lubricating jelly like K-Y jelly or Lubic jelly that you can use at time of sex for lubrication.If that does not help then you will have to go in for surgery.
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