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Tight Foreskin Questions

Is possible to do two surgeries at a time? I've deviated septum in my nose and phimosis problem. Two doctors available at hospital but I didn't asked them about two surgeries at a time? Which doctor is best for phimosis? A general surgeon or urologist? Urologist and urologist surgeon both are different or same? Pls ans these questions.

Is possible to do two surgeries at a time? I've deviated septum in my nose and phimosis problem. Two doctors availabl...
Hello- an acute case of phimosis may create problems for the person when he would want to pass urine or to perform sex, as this action may either be restricted or become troublesome. This is when phimosis becomes a medical emergency. It has been linked with an increased risk of infection, loss of sexual stimulation of the penis and even penis cancer. Traditionally medicine offers conservative treatment of phimosis. It is worth noting that in recent years, medicine has made great progress in this field. So, if you looking for a permanent solution for your tight foreskin, yes it is possible with ayurveda. Surgery (circumcision) can be avoided.
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I've deviated septum on my nose and phimosis there are problems I have, is doctors can do two surgery at a time?

I've deviated septum on my nose and phimosis there are problems I have, is doctors can do two surgery at a time?
Surgery are used to perform in these case but it more chances of recurrent. This happens due lost of elasticity of skin. But you can try homoeopathic treatment.
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Hii I am 20 years old and can I keep my penis foreskin open all the time. Can I keep my glans with foreskin rolled back?

Hii I am 20 years old and can I keep my penis foreskin open all the time. Can I keep my glans with foreskin rolled back?
Hello- Uncircumcised men sometimes pull the foreskin back during sex, when they go to the bathroom or when they clean their penis. If the foreskin is left behind the head of the penis too long, it might swell so much that the foreskin is trapped behind it.
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32 year male married since one year, no mood to do sex, hardly had 10 times since marriage, it was live marriage .first I had phimosis, so was unable got it operated. Now I feel like I have erectile dysfunction with premature ejaculation. Not able to satisfy me and partner both.(i also have ocd of cleanliness this hampers too. Should I try sildenafil? But I am able ro masturbate. Almost on daily basis. someday multiple times in a day.

32 year male married since one year, no mood to do sex, hardly had 10 times since marriage, it was live marriage .fir...
Physical issues that can cause low libido include low testosterone, prescription medicines, too little or too much exercise, and alcohol and drug use. Psychological issues can include depression, stress, and problems in your relationship. About 4 out of 10 men over age 45 have low testosterone. While testosterone replacementtherapy remains somewhat controversial, it’s also a common solution to the problem. Depending on the cause, possible treatments include: healthier lifestyle choices. Improve your diet, get regular exercise and enough sleep, cut down on the alcohol, and reduce stress. Change to a new medication, if the one you’re on is affecting your libido testosterone replacement therapy counseling.
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I think it is balanitis, I used to clean my foreskin, head,penis shaft with dettol twice a day & even i'm getting itching ,some discharge smell underneath the foreskin when I pull back the skin. At that time I tried to rub my foreskin after that the skin become cracked then I used to clean with water or dettol liquid. After that I used to apply coconut oil. If I had intercourse then only i'm getting this itching on foreskin not on the head. Other wise no problem with my penis. How to get rid of it fast.

I think it is balanitis, I used to clean my foreskin, head,penis shaft with dettol twice a day & even i'm getting itc...
Balanitis is an infection or inflammation of the skin on the head (glans) of the penis. In men who are not circumcised, this area is covered by a flap of skin known as the foreskin, or prepuce. Balanitis can occur in both circumcised and uncircumcised men, although it occurs more commonly in men who are not circumcised. Young boys generally are affected only if they have a very tight foreskin that is difficult to pull back. A variety of infections and skin conditions can cause balanitis. These include: infections with yeast (candida) or bacteria that live on the skin (the most common cause) sexually transmitted infections, such as herpes simplex irritation of the skin by soap, detergents or spermicidal jelly benign (noncancerous) skin conditions such as psoriasis some types of skin cancer (very rare) while any man can develop balanitis, the condition is most likely to occur in men who have a tight foreskin that is difficult to pull back, or who have poor hygiene. Diabetes can make balanitis more likely, especially if the blood sugar is poorly controlled. High blood sugar causes elevated amounts of sugar in the urine. Sugar-rich urine that dribbles on to the glans and under the foreskin provides a friendly environment for yeast and bacteria. Also, people with poorly controlled diabetes have a harder time fighting infections. When balanitis keeps recurring, it may be caused by a yeast infection transmitted back and forth between partners during sexual contact. Treatment depends on the cause. If your problem is caused by a yeast infection, you will be advised to use an antifungal cream. Clotrimazole (lotrimin, mycelex) is a very effective over-the-counter medication, which is also used for treating vaginal yeast infections and athlete's foot. Apply it to the affected area two to three times daily for 10 days. Your doctor also may recommend a prescription antifungal treatment, either in a cream or pill form. If you have an infection with skin bacteria, you will be told to use an antibiotic cream, and to make sure you clean the area thoroughly. Occasionally antibiotic pills may be necessary. When the skin is inflamed, but not infected, you will be advised to keep the area clean and dry and to avoid any soaps or skin lotions that may be aggravating the condition. Sometimes a cortisone cream can help to improve the problem more quickly. However, cortisone can make certain infections worse, so it is best to avoid this type of medication unless it is prescribed by a physician. Once effective treatment begins, you usually do not need to avoid sex, although sexual contact can chafe or inflame the affected area. Rarely, sexual contact can pass an infection back and forth between partners. If this occurs, both partners may require treatment at the same time to prevent further episodes. In uncircumcised men, circumcision often prevents repeated infections, especially in men who have a tight, difficult-to-retract foreskin.
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When I was young I forced my foreskin down before it was ready to detach. Now I have scar tissue where the foreskin detached. The scars don't bother me however just after i'm done ejaculating my foreskin gets really tight sometimes so tight my penis gets extremely small to the point where it looks like i've been outside in the cold. My penis is a little over average length 16 cm (6.3 inches) and a decent amount greater than average 15-16 cm (6 inches) but my penis gets a lot smaller when this happens.

When I was young I forced my foreskin down before it was ready to detach. Now I have scar tissue where the foreskin d...
Almost half of men in the study (45 percent) believed they had a small penis, yet the researchers reported that small penis size was actually rare. Actually according to a study penis width is more important to sexual satisfaction than penis length. You should not worry about the size of your penis, as long as it is fertile and able to satisfy your sex desires.
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Hi my foreskin is not completely separated from penis glans I can pull it back but on bottom side foreskin is linked please help I need suggestion other than circumcision.

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my foreskin is not completely separated from penis glans
I can pull it back but on bottom side foreskin is linked ...
Hello- " Phimosis" is the technical term for an un-retractable foreskin. An acute case of phimosis may create problems for the person when he would want to pass urine or to perform sex, as this action may either be restricted or become troublesome. This is when phimosis becomes a medical emergency. It has been linked with an increased risk of infection, loss of sexual stimulation of the penis and even penis cancer. Traditionally medicine offers conservative treatment of phimosis. It is worth noting that in recent years, medicine has made great progress in this field. So, if you looking for a permanent solution for your tight foreskin, yes it is possible with Ayurveda. Surgery (circumcision) can be avoided.
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After I pulled back my foreskin for the 1st time I can't ejaculate is it common? For the 1st time and if it is for how much time being.

After I pulled back my foreskin for the 1st time I can't ejaculate is it common? For the 1st time and if it is for ho...
Yes first time you might be feeling uncomfortable apply prilox cream on glans before masturbation.
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