well, my bro has this actually i think, but i have a feeling hes either to shy or has too big of an ego (denial) to do anything about it. Let me explain.Phismosis is where the foreskin actually fuses together and becomes a hardened white tip at the end (totally different from infant phismosis which is normal.) But he has it where its not fused, but he simply cant move the foreskin back behind his glans.Now he says its cuz his girth is so bleakin thick theres no way foreskin could fit around it properly. But as I was saying, it doesnt matter how think you are, the foreskin should grow with it and fit behind the glans properly even if u have a 7 inch girth. Plus, I am bigger than he is length and girth and mine fits perfectly behind the glans.Also, his foreskin can fit behind the glans and can even go way below that flaccid, its only when erect it wont, he says the skin gets to tight.So I take it that this is a slight case of phismosis, and I already know that doctors can easily fix this problem by giving topical steroids to apply to the penis. Cuz he is missing out on full sexual satisfaction, and intercourse can be a lil more difficult as well.So my question is though, what causes this to happen? I mean, why won't some foreskins fit behind the glans? And is there another way to fix it, without goin to the docs, I think its something that he would be more emberressed about. I cant blame him, how hard it must be to go to your parents and say that something is wrong with yur penis. Plus, me and my bro hold a strong support group that is anti circumcision, and we promote the importance of staying intact, and it would make him look really bad in front of our members that something is wrong with his intact penis when it is something we cherish so dearly especially in front of the members.
Hey bud, he doesn't have to see a doc at all. Like you've discovered, some foreskins are longer or tighter than others. Does he know you're asking questions? There is a ton of information here about stretching the opening of one's foreskin and that sounds exactly like what he needs to do. Why not take a look around, see what you can find in terms of suggestions and see if you can "help" him move through the process. If not, bring him here and let us work with him some. Sounds like you guys have a really cool, open relationship about it anyway and your support group is a great idea..sure wish I'd had something like that! We'll be glad to help but lets not rush to a chat with parents or doc just yet. Chances are he can manage this without involving anyone at all!