Ok. I never ever heard about stretching until I looked into uncircumsized penis's. Well I can retract the skin back but it's still stuck to the head. I can see everything on the pic but the left side of my head is still stuck on my foreskin. So if i stretch it everyday will it rip off?
Whoaa!! Whatever you do, do not rip off anything! I'm not sure what part you are talking about (frenulum?) but I'm pretty sure that nothing on your penis is supposed to be ripped off. If your foreskin is still fused to your head, then I guess I would suggest a doctors opinion.
If you are under 15, I guess that would be normal at this point. I read somewhere that in some people, the foreskin cannot retract fully until age 18 (and partially by age 15).
I really don't know what to say. I'm sure one of the many people on this forum will know exactly what you're talking about.
Hmmm....no no not the frenulum....no way imma rip that off. I meant...like thin layer of skin still attatched to the head. Is that what you stretch? and im 15
I guess you shouldn't worry about it yet. Like I said before, sometimes the foreskin remains fused to the head until the age of 18, some even later than that. But, I believe that if you practice stretching and masturbation, it should slowly loosen the adhesion between the skin and head.
That's the best I can do for ya. Someone else, please put in your own info too.
You can get a doctor to separate the adhesion under local anaesthetic.
that adhesion isnt extreemly common, but i have heard casses of it in people up to 20 years old. your doc will have no problem fixing it, though it may be a bit uncomfortable for a while
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Gosh,kr4z3e, it's difficult picturing your particular circumstance, as you have described it. You can retract your foreskin, *except* on the left side, where a "thin layer" is attached to the glans penis?
How "thin" is the layer?
What is the size of the "layer" of skin which is attached to the glans ... dime size? nickel? quarter?
Understand that the foreskin is typically fused to the glans penis at birth. It separates over time, much like the eyelid of a kitten separates a few days after birth, except that the process of foreskin separation can take up to sixteen years, though that is rare.
It might well be that this is your condition. If so, gentle encouragement will free the skin. But don't force the separation and tear the skin! It's designed to separate all on its own.
On the other hand, forcible retraction of the foreskin during early childhood by a careless doctor or by an unknowing parent can cause tearing of tissue, which *could* cause the two surfaces to grow together. If this is your case, you should see your family doctor, who might refer you to, preferably, a dermatologist, who deals with skin. Most GP's, however, think urology when a health issue concerns the penis, but urologists aren't really conversant with questions of skin and skin tissues.
By the way, if you find it difficult to determine the size of an adhesion beneath your foreskin, do this: Next time you need to urinate, undress, get into a shower, pinch off the end of your foreskin, and urinate, allowing the foreskin to balloon. Any adhesion will be instantly apparent. Watch out, though, when you let go.