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Old 10-29-2003, 12:09 AM   #1

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I was wondering how do I remove the foreskin from the glans? Mine is attached, One big part and two little part on the side. This is stopping me from cleaning more under where the head and the shaft connects. Please help.

Also when the foreskin is retracted, is the frenar band suppose to "look" tight when erected? It looks as though it's so tight that it squeezes the penis in and stops blood flow. I know this cause I cannot erect fully, it gets pretty erected until it's almost at peak it goes back down even when I'm aroused.


 
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Old 10-29-2003, 08:52 AM   #2

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if the attached skin is on either side, and not the underside of the penis, they are adhesions. try gently pulling on them, day after day. they may loosen up, and detach themselves. if they don't, make an appointment with a urologist. he or she will give you a local anaesthetic, and cut them in the office. this is not a big deal. you just have to keep them from re-adhering, with petroleum jelly, or something like it.


 
Old 10-29-2003, 08:57 AM   #3

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the answer to the other half of your question...the frenar band should not be so tight, that it is cutting off circulation to the head. you need to do the foreskin stretching exercises, that get posted here almost every day. just look around, they are not hard to find. in six to eight weeks, the tightness will be gone, and the sensations will be exquisite.


 
Old 10-29-2003, 10:30 AM   #4

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you didn’t tell your age. It’s not abnormal to have adhesions till you’re about 15 or 16. In my case, many years ago, I had the same problem. I began masturbating at the age of 11. The whole corona was invisible at that time, because the adhesions were all around the head. The activities with the foreskin whilst masturbating have solved the problem after 1 year. It came loose from the head within a week. Pulling at the skin when retracting the foreskin as far as possible every time you can will help in many cases. Later on I read that the existence of adhesions is very normal at this age. If you’re older it’s recommended to visit your GP to examine the problem. If you then need an urologist, it’s a simple treatment in most cases as tommy124 wrote.
Sometimes however, it’s more severe and it needs a more complex surgery. I have some pictures of such a penis and wonder what it could look like after surgery. Probably much better!
A different form of adhesions are the skin bridges of scar tissue due to infant circumcision. That can cause much damage. Those bridges could obstruct the normal erecting of the penis, but that’s not what you described.

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Old 11-05-2003, 10:34 PM   #5

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I'm 18, almost 19. about 1/6 of the corona is invisible. I tried pulling it two days ago, and I think I kinda ripped it. Not major though, just a little when water got on it, it burned, like a gym burn when you slide on the gym floor.

Is there any cream that can detach it, I really don't wanna make appointment to cut anything. Am really afraid of the pain.

Heard my friend got something cut from his penis and had to stick 4 needles to numb the penis. No thanks! hehe.

Also when I retract my foreskin, the foreskin folds OUT. Like the frenar band part. Is this proper? Ane the adhesion is on the underside of the foreskin.

Thanks in advance.


 
Old 11-10-2003, 10:05 AM   #6

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Yeah that sounds right - the foreskin rolls out and back in again (at least mine does)

I think I have the same problem and I started the stretching exercises a while back. I didn't keep them going though and need to start again now

I think the tear might have been one of the adhesions coming away from the glans, which I think is good. For stretching just pull back you foreskin, when erect, as far as you can before it gets painful and hold it there for about 1 minute, then release. Do this as much as you're happy to do but at least do it every morning and every night. Eventually the adhesions will break away and even if some residual tightness remains (as has with me, I can retract fully when flaccid but barely at all when erect) then just continue with the stretching exercises

Eventually you should be able to easily retract your foreskin when erect

I'm not sure if you're supposed to keep doing the exercises every day anyway because I'm not sure if the tightness will come back but hey, it can't hurt to get erect and pull your foreskin back and forth a few times each day anyway

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