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Tight foreskin. Prescribed with Betamethasone Valerate. What is the curing period?

Hi, I have a tight foreskin and was prescribed Betamethasone Valerate 0.1% but was not told about stretching of the foreskin; I read online that this is essential to loosen the foreskin so it can become fully retractable. Is this necessary? I have also read that it takes around one month, however my case is quite tight and wonder if I shall fall into the 4 the weeks norm? Thank you for reading.
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Sometimes people do get benefited by applying the ointment and repeated stretching of foreskin but if foreskin is very tight,as you are saying,then chances look remote and you will have to get circumcision done.
Once circumcision is done,you will be relieved permanently.Moreover circumcision is very good for penile hygiene and you will never get penis cancer.
Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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