hi When I have an erection my foreskin reamains unchanged, it does not come back to reveal my head as i aint circumcised but 3 times durein intercourse with my girlfriend my skin has come bk over my head an stayed there could i have torn anything n it left me in realy bad pain its like tryin to get a 35mm circumference length back in to a 8mm hole it took 2hours last time for it all to go back to normal ive got pics but unsure weather to post them or not on here i am just worried because its never happened to me b4 n i am 23
you have phimosis.it can be fixed with stretching exercises and topical steroids and if that doesn't work a doctor can do a minor surgery called a z-plasty or if you want a little more radical dorsal slit or a circumcision.here are some helpful links.
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