Sounds like your "coverage index" is an 8 or 9, and that's fine! Medically known as smegma ksinthis is a naturally occurring white or r deposit that is secreted by the penis glands. Talk with them about your concerns with the foreskin not retracting. In either case of not separating or getting "glued" down, boys with stuck foreskins have difficulty getting erections. If your foreskin is very tight, is not stretching or loosening over time, or feels firmly attached to the head of your penis you should see a doctor.



My foreskin doesn't pull back when erect.?. I'm uncircumcised and when I have an erection my foreskin does not pull back. I am worried because I always hear other uncircumcised males say that theirs does. I am just wondering if this is a problem or if it's perfectly healthy. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? It is perfectly normal NOT to be i m uncircumcised the skin on my penis doesn t pull back all to retract your foreskin when you are a child.

When you are an infant the foreskin is actually attached to the glans head of your penis and naturally detaches itself somewhere between the age of 3 and 5 and almost certainly before i m uncircumcised the skin on my penis doesn t pull back all onset of puberty. Skin bridges are often associated with circumcision because the process of circumcision deliberately detaches the foreskin from the glans.

Once the foreskin is naturally detached from the glans it should be retractable. Check out the pics in the link below which shows how a foreskin - aall detached from the glans - retracts. Phimosis is not uncommon and often resolves itself through puberty as the normal practice of masturbation stretches the foreskin to the point where it retracts fully. To stretch your foreskin simply try to retract it a little more each time you shower or masturbate.

You should NEVER force a tight foreskin back when you are erect or peniis it back prior to becoming erect. If your foreskin is very tight, is not stretching or loosening over time, or feels firmly attached to the head of your penis you should see a doctor. A doctor can prescribe steroid creams which assist with the stretching process. In extreme cases of phimosis circumcision might be recommended but this is usually a last resort. Check out the links below. Totally normal and healthy.

Some pull themselves back, others have plenty of slack to remain in place while erect. It doesn't have to happen automatically. Actually, a looser skin that doesn't pull itself back will have more of an effect during intercourse, so you're probably on the good end of the equation there! Sounds skib your uncircumciwed index" is an 8 or puol, and that's fine! I'm not uncircumcised but I've read up on all this so this is what you could do.

BTW there's nothing wrong with lull not pulling back all the way If you want your foreskin to pull back completely, stretch it a little when you take a shower to the point that you cannot go further. Do this every dossn you shower and it will gradually get more and more out of it. If you don't want this problem, you could get circumcised which I have heard doesn't hurt at all but that's how you stretch the foreskin supposedly.

Do you mean it doesn't pull back automatically, or doesn't pull back manually? If it just doesn't go back sikn upon erection, that's fine and normal. A lot of guys have foreskins like that and there's nothing wrong with it. This Site Might Help You. It is perfectly normal, especially if your foreskin is long, for it not to automatically fully retract during an erection.

However, it is NOT normal if kncircumcised cannot manually fully retract your foreskin when erect to totally expose r glans and the coronal sulcus peniss behind it.


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