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Foreskin does not go backward.

hi , i m facing this problem why i dont know because my penis is alright other than that my foreskin does not go backward. As seen in videos and other information like pictures of fully erected penis shapes i noticed that the foreskin is much back with the inner part of the penis out. please help me becoz i feel this is not normal phenomena
Wed, 27 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello Kapil,

Most adult videos which are made by commercial adult video makers use a lot of organ enhancement methods, which are most of the time unrealistic. Hence you need not worry too much about what you see and feel inadequate.

The normal prepuce ( skin like covering of the glans penis), is usually mobile and can be pulled back to varying extent. In case, you are not able to retract the prepuce even to a little extent or it results in pain, or discomfort , you may be having a condition called PHIMOSIS. This is a very benign condition and may be treated with a minor surgical procedure called circumcision, where a small incision is made in the prepuce, increasing its mobility.

You might consult a urologist or a general surgeon, who might examine you and guide you accordingly.
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  Anonymous's Response
Hey Kapil.What you see in videos is post circumcision.Hindus do not have this culture so you may be tempted to think that you are abnormal.In case your problem persists, you will need a minor surgery and you will be discharged within one hour from the hospital after circumcision.
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Hi, my foreskin does not go backward. the opening of foreskin is very small. please help.

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