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What treatment should I take for the foreskin of my penis which rolls back when pulled causing irritation ?

sir , earlier i have asked you a question !!! but i want few more suggestions - earlier i have asked - sir , I am 20 year old boy . I have no std problem but somewhat irritation in my penis . i think it has become sensitive . my foreskin is pulled back from 10 -12 yrs( not circumcised). actually i feel uncomfortable so i was pulling it back continuously in past yrs so now it has pulled back permanent .so whenever my head touches anywhere it is very uncomfortable . and the skin under penis is very oily and very itchy . i feel comfortable when i pull my foreskin forward but it again rolls back .and i always feel an urge to pull my foreskin forward.there is no infection but then also i am feeling very uncomfortable with my penis . please give appropriate treatment ... NOW- but if there is not any kind of infection then why there is discomfort & that also very very drastic .there is no skin disease nothing is visible than what can be the reason ?? please give detailed answer !!! thank you .
Asked On : Tue, 12 Apr 2011
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Thanks for query,
It seems that you have got belano prostitis,
Due to poor hygiene there is collection of smegma under the foreskin causing chronic infection and foreskin sticks on the penis make rolling of foreskin difficult or do not roll at all.
This position may create big problem in the future or even cancer in very few cases.
So make a practice to clean your foreskin by averting foreskin daily while taking bath,
ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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