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Having skin bridge on the left side of the penis connected to the head. Affect life later?

I have a skin bridge on the left side of my penis . Is it normal to be able to stretch it so it wouldn t be so uncomfortable and is there anything to put on it to make it stretch? I don t want to have surjery. It seems to me that when i look in the mirror the left side with the bridge seems to look smaller than the right. I mean i m not a big guy but it looks like it can be bigger. I thought of cutting it but was to scared too. when irrect the left side tends to be pulled down but not enough that it hurts so I don t know what to do? It is attached to the head and goes down to the shaft and is not a major skin bridge but need some advice. Do i leave it and put a ring in it to make it look like a piercing or what? Will it affect me when i get older? I am being completely serious.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

There is nothing to worry about this. This skin bridge is quite normal and available with every male penis. Just practice stretch and uncover the head with the help some lubricants repeatedly for over a month or so. The bridge should start stretching itself. The foreskin, if it don't uncover and cover the head properly, it might pain while having intercourse.
If there is problem still, better to have a surgery.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 7 Aug 2013
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