at the bottom of the tip is the frelelum, but at my penis at the top of it, there are two seperate skinparts of the foreskin i think that have are attached on to the crown of my penis.They are north west and north east or the frelelum. I'm not sure but one side of it has just "released" it and there was some minor bleeding. Is this normal? I'm 19.When they used to be on, my foreskin could still retract past my crown.I still have one part that is still stuck on my crown, should I just try to pull it apart?
Skin preventing full retraction of foreskin
HEy man, sounds like the foreskin was just attached to the head by a couple of pieces of skin, called an adhesion (I believe) Its actually pretty common and in severe cases a doc can snip it away. Yours doesn't sound that bad. Is the remaining piece small like the other that seperated? If so and you think you can without too much pain or bleeding then I'd try to work it loose, gently, don't tear or rip it. If it seperates then things should be ok. Be sure to keep it clean to prevent infection where it seperates. Feel free to drop me a private note if you'd like. Good luck
Hmm, not quite sure about this as it's a little hard to follow the description, but I would say that penises differ, and some have a wider "web" around the frenulum, and some none, just the frenulum itself. If the "cheeks" of the head (dunno how to call them any better!) aren't really buried in the skin, or too deeply connected -- and most importantly if you can retract just fine: you don't need to pull these apart.The bleeding suggests that these aren't true adhesions.Or is it like: adhesion - non-adhered skin - frenulum - non-adhered skin - adhesion? Because this isn't clear really...Also, you say that you could retract it past the crown before -- how is this, re: the title of your post, "preventing full retraction of foreskin"?