I don't know my foreskin is just attached to the head. If i strech down i see little white tissue paper kinda material and its stuck to the foreskin and head and that is what makes it stuck and its really hard to remove soap doesn't work but i gotta take out each one, there isn't alot. I began to remove some of the things and it accauly has gone down. I can also see little scars on the the places i picked out the things. Should I continue to do so?
Ok might be "adhesion" so what now?
I would be careful with picking at it, if your not sure what it is then maybe you should see a doctor. I had an adhesion once and I accidently broke it on my own and it bled quite a bit. Maybe someone else knows what it is.
one does not simply lube up and finger their way into mordor and whatnot... -The Brain
Asdfhelpasdf: Give your age and it will throw light on your problem.
But try this: Next time that you need to urinate, undress, get into a tub or shower, and piss into your foreskin, as you hold the opening closed with your fingers. Urine will force the foreskin to balloon around the glans, revealing any adhesion. Shower after you "let go", as you will probably be sprayed.
IF, ... "if" there are any adhesions, you might wish to gently pull on the skin over time to release them, or continue the ballooning trick to gradually force adherent foreskin from the glans. You don't wish to be brutal, else you tear the tender mucosal surfaces of the foreskin and glans.
May we suppose that you are a teenager? Understand that adhesions are not uncommon up to the age of 16 or more. If you are beyond those ages, you may be advised to seek the assistance of a doctor, but beware of them, too, especially if he or she is an American without first hand acquaintance with the foreskin. Such doctors have been known to rip an adherent foreskin from the glans of an intact baby (which they always do prior to a circumcision), so they can be callous in the extreme. When ignorant doctors do force the foreskin from the glans of a baby, the torn foreskin can grow back onto the glans, which might cause a permanent adhesion, necessitating the assistance of a physician later in life to help facilitate retraction.
Let us know how it goes.
Im 15 and i was away for a while. I'll try your techniques. Thanks alot.