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Wife feels pain during intercourse. Is it due to my penis skin not opened properly? Solution?

During intercourse my wife is facing high pain inside but no such experience on my side. I am suspected that it may be due to my penish skin cover is still joint with my penish and not removed properly while intercourse. I am right? Can u pl tell me that whether it may create problem or not? If yes then what is the solution?
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
Your fore skin is all right anatomically.What you are talking about is franulum of penis from where penile vessel enters in it so you cannot retract that part.
This can not create any problem during intercourse.
Regarding the pain to your partner there might be chances of dry intercourse due to lack of lubrication during intercourse.Any internal pathology like ulcer or polyp should be ruled out first.
Thanks.
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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