hey i was wondering since phimosis has a ring can you use Lamisil to help it stretch
Strictly speaking, Coolkid, the word "phimosis" defines a constriction of the opening of the foreskin caused by infection. A condition in which the opening of the foreskin is free of infection, but in which it is too small or tight to permit retraction is usually nothing more than a consequence of a lack of sufficient "exercise", just as we would find walking difficult if we had been bedridden for several years.
In such cases, stretching the opening to facilitate free movement of the foreskin back and forth over the glans penis during masturbation, sexual intercourse, or merely during urination, can be speeded up by simple exercises. Pull firmly but gently out on your foreskin, away from your body, and hold the stretch for several minutes, repeating two or three times every day. When you can slip a finger or two inside, pull the foreskin open, as though you were opening a potato sack. You should notice an increase in the diameter of the foreskin opening in short time ... if you do the exercises regularly. A photograph illustrating a similar exercise may be seen here: http://www.foreskin.org/46-33-03.jpg
Betamethasone creams can facilitate the process by thinning the skin, but the substance must be prescribed by a doctor, and it's really not necessary.
By the way, the "rings" surrounding the inner opening of the foreskin were identified and named "ridged bands" by Doctor J.R. Taylor during studies at the University of Manitoba in 1996. They feature vascular 'wrinkles' with highly specialized nerve endings called Meissner's corpuscles. These "ridges" separate the true skin of the outer foreskin from the preputial mucosa of the inner foreskin. They are believed to carry ejaculatory signals to and from the brain. If you look carefully, you can distinguish to three types of tissue when you retract your foreskin.