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Uncircumcised, foreskin sticks to the glans, difficulty and pain in retracting the foreskin, dry glans. Remedy?

I am uncircumcised.from yesterday My foreskin is sticking to glans of my penis . I just started having this problem. Before it was easy to pull back my foreskin to uncover the glans. It used to be really easy. But now i can still pull back my foreskin but its not easy as it sticks to the glans and it pulls back very slowly. If i am in shower with hot water then it is easy to pull back my skin. After i come out of my shower, it goes back to the way it was. Sometimes my foreskin pains a little bit. My glans is kinda of dry. FYI i am a virgin and no STDS.
Asked On : Wed, 30 May 2012
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You need not worry. You should retract the foreskin twice a day and clean the undersurface with soap water. Thereafter it should be mobbed dry. Do not apply any creams. If still the problem persists with redness of the underlying skin then circumcision may be required.
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