During masturbation without lubricant one night, my penis head couldn't go back into its foreskin. The second day right under the head of my penis, a bulge appears and whenever I have an erection, it causes great pain. I still cannot sheath my penis. Its been four days now. I need advice, help identifying the problem, and perhaps any solutions and or remedies.
Also I have gone to a clinic and have gotten prescription pain killers, and steroids. I am unsure if they are working due to the bulge not going down in size. Also this isn't an STD.
I will post pictures for a visual aid.
There is no need to post any photo. If the foreskin does not slide in a flaccid state, doctor may suggest removal of the skin. Try to slid the skin in flaccid state with KY jelly. Steroid can help in hastening healing and recovery.
This is the first time. Also the surgery is something I contemplated myself, however funds are not currently available unfortunately. I may have to try Dalu's advice although sensitive as is, not many options.
This is a condition called paraphimosis, and it can actually cause necrosis form oxygen deprivation if you don't fix it QUICKLY. I have read that it should be corrected with a few minutes if it ever happens to ensure it does not damage the penis. Paraphimosis can only happen because your foreskin is too tight. You need to loosen your foreskin opening so that this can't happen in the future. Here are some good directions for stretching tight foreskin: http://goo.gl/L0Mse
You have to be very careful stretching foreskin because if you go too fast, you can tear the skin, which then scars making it harder to stretch.
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