Im 19, Basically my foreskin is tight, i have been stretching for a while but not every day which i am going to start doing. I have read a thread about it on here, but the last post was 3 years ago so i thought i would start a new one.
When it is flaccid i can move it behind the head without a problem, and move it back to cover the head and its not that hard.
Stretching has seem to have worked so far as when i am hard the head of my penis comes out about half way, (before i started stretching it would never go that far, so guess stretching is working) But this is where the problem lies, the ring vein thing around my penis (dont know what it is called) feels like it is strangling the head of my penis. Ive started to have sex for the 1st time with my girlfriend and it really hurts.
I went to the doctors and they are sending me to hospital about it, to either have a dorsal slit or the whole foreskin removed, which to be honest i dont want either and probably wont have either.
If i continue to stretch it in the shower when i am flaccid, will it help it when its hard? Or do i need to stretch it a little bit more each time im hard?
Thanks for your help
p.s i live in england.
Hi j1989, welcome to A2A. I moved your post to the most appropriate forum.
I would suggest that if stretching is helping, you should continue with it. You don't have to be hard when stretching - the point is to encourage the skin to grow (skin grows when stretched).
Stretching can be helped by steroid creams, which a (better) doctor should be able to prescribe.
Sorry, didnt see this part of the forum, god knows how i missed it lol.
The doctor said the cream wouldnt help. Should i go back and see another one?
Just really dont want a dorsal slit or a Circumcision.
Yes, I think you should see a different one. There's good evidence the steroid creams, though they don't perform miracles, do help.
Thanks for the help,
Now im worried about condoms, as i was reading on the forum the head is meant to be retracted all the way back before putting it on, mine only goes half way.
Are they still ok to use?
Why dont they ever teach useful stuff like this in school.
Retracting all the way back before putting the condom on is best for feeling, but it's not essential to do the job.