Alrite well i recently made a topic about how i had too much smegma and i couldnt get it off cause it was too sensitive.Well i found out a plan, use some KY jelly, put some on and its easier to touch without it being too sensitive, so for all of you that are complaining its too sensitive try that.Also i was thinking back and i remember a stupid idea i had that i got from some website like jackem world or something stupid like that and it was to put vasaline in a bag, use a condom, i think you no the rest, well i had no condoms so i was like whatever. After i remember all the vasalene got in and i was like eww and back then i couldnt retract so i tried squeezing it out, i got some but i think thats why all the smegma came. I also cant pull my skin all the way over my head, like the sides are attached, ill post a pic later but its wierd, could the vasalene have glued it after i hardened?
Vaseline wouldn't cause smegma or cause adhesion of the glans to the skin - it's a biologically inert substance. (It does however weaken rubber, so should never be used with condoms.)When you are born your glans is stuck to your foreskin. They gradually separate, usually before puberty but sometimes later. Sometimes they won't separate naturally and you have an adhesion that may require work - often working at it with some oil will gradually separate it; sometimes it may need minor surgery by a doctor under local anaesthesia.Occasionally also there can be "skin bridges" between the glans and the foreskin. These can be cut by a doctor under local anaesthesia. These should not be confused with the frenulum, which is a piece of skin that everyone has, running between below the pee-hole and the foreskin. It should be long enough that it doesn't inhibit retraction, though occasionally it is shorter than it should be.