i have a slight case of phimosis. as in the foreskin can stretch (when i'm errected) till around half the head and not go further down without pain, if i force the foreskin fully behind the glans (glands), it hurts and i can feel my head getting "choked".
i would like to avoid circumcision, and am stretching it very often, however i feel that using creams + manual stretching would be more effective..
but i am unsure of what cream to purchase, could some doctors here give some advisement on which cream to get?
i have no known allergies ~
Your age mentioned in your profile is 109 yrs. Yes, it is typographical mistake. In case you are 9 or 10 Intracibility of foreskin is not pathological. If you are 19 yrs of age, you should consultt your health care person wno may suggest proper treatment. Research the word Phimosis, you will find wikipedia website which gives all details.
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