I'm 19 and I've never had sex, but there's this one girl I really like (we're not dating because she already has a boyfriend, and they seem on the verge of breakup) but she likes to talk about sex and I know if I started dating her (because I KNOW she really likes me too, and she's really hot) that she'd want to have sex. I'm just worried because I'm really embarrased about my condition.
I've been having trouble pulling my foreskin back, and I've been reading about it online and apparently it's a medical condition called "phimosis". I'm really embarassed about it and I don't want to tell my parents. I read that instead of getting circumcized (where to do so I'd HAVE to tell my parents) there are stretching techniques that can solve the problem (about 85-95% of the time.) Even when I'm hard I can still see the head of my penis, but I just can't pull it all the way back. When I'm soft I can, however pull it all the way back.
But is this true!? Can I stretch the foreskin so it retracts fully when I'm hard? Is there any special technique that works best? Any help would be most appreciated!!! Thanks!!!
I think there's something wrong with my penis...
Yes it's possible to stretch it. However some people are too tight and aren't successful. It won't hurt to try. You can start by reading this thread and see if that helps..
Have a look at this thread. As for your (hope to be your) girl she's going to care far more about who the dick is attached to than how it looks.
If your condition does require medical treatment suck it up and tell 'em. Talk to your dad alone if you feel more comfortable doing that. Are you in school? Does your college have a medical facility that can tell you whether surgery is needed or not? If so it could be a way around having to explain to your parents why you want to go to the doctor. Beyond that just an office visit isn't that much. You could probably scrape together enough to find out if more will be required.
I would say stick with the stretching first and don't let someone sale you on circumcision. As far as I can tell it's rarely a medical necessity.
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