I'm uncut and ive been able to retract my foreskin back now...but i've been wondering...during intercourse is it possible that the foreskin would roll back further than behind the head to cause pain? or would the little bridge of skin on the bottom(forgot what its called) somehow snap during intercourse?? and im talking about sex w/ or w/o a condom, wut im trying to say is..wut r the chances of sumtin going wrong?
Foresekin and Sex?
The vagina is pretty wet and slick and the forskin will slide in and out with the rest of the penis. Unless the vagina gets very dry, then more pressure is placed on the forskin, pusshing it further back on the "in" stroke and abrasion can occur. You would start feeling uncomfortable, before you have any tearing of the frenulum.
the foreskin will slide in and out with the rest of the penis? even if its easily retractable? never knew that lol..sry im a virgin aha.. (and wahts abrasion? shit i feel dumb haha)
And I thought u were suppose to have sex with the foreskin retracted?
Mine is easily retractable, stays behind the head during sex and I never have any problems.
Abrasions means small cuts or scraped/raw areas.
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It's smart people who ask questions, so be proud. Dumb people don't ask questions. That's why they are dumb. The word means: lacking the power of speech.
SDP is right, the foreskin is designed, ideally, to alternately cover and uncover the glans penis with each thrust into the vaginal cavity (with the aid of the vaginal sphincter, the relatively tight entry to the vagina). That is, the sphincter pushes the foreskin back upon entry, so that the mucous membrane of the glans penis interacts directly with the mucous membrane of the vaginal walls. This helps preserve vaginal moisture, which is designed to make intercourse easy and pleasurable. The same vaginal sphincter is designed to pull the retracted foreskin forward with each outstroke, to recover the glans, to minimize loss of the vaginal moisture now bathing the glans penis.
When a fellow is circumcised, vaginal moisture is gradually lost with each outstroke, as the moisture slowly evaporates when exposed to air. In time this can cause dry, chafing, and painful intercourse.
Understand that intercourse should never be attempted until the male has assisted the female (through sufficient foreplay) in reaching a high state of sexual excitement. This will be indicated when the vagina and her panties
become sopping wet.
In certain cases a fellow's foreskin may remain retracted during intercourse. It depends, partially, on his individual circumstance ... length and relative tightness of the foreskin, for instance. An intact man can adjust the foreskin to more nearly approach an ideal state, should he wish, through stretching exercises.