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    Sex problem Penis skin is not coming down after sex.


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    I face one problem since 3 years. My penis skin is not coming down after sex. Give me solution. My penis skin remains up after sex and is also painful. I tried oil and tube also but I failed to get a solution. Everytime I face this problem. Give me proper solution.
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  • #150893
    The problem you are facing is known as paraphimosis. It is a condition that can only happen in men and boys. Paraphimosis means the foreskin is stuck behind and can not come back to the normal position.

    Uncircumcised men sometimes pull the foreskin back during sex, when they go to the bathroom or when they clean their penis. Doctors and nurses might pull the foreskin back when they examine the penis or put in a catheter.
    Sometimes you, a doctor or a nurse might forget to pull your foreskin back down. If the foreskin is left behind the head of the penis for too long, it might swell so much that the foreskin is trapped behind it.
    After having sex, going to the bathroom or cleaning yourself, be sure to pull your foreskin back down to its natural position.
    Never leave your foreskin behind the head of your penis for any longer than you need to.
    If a catheter is put into your bladder, check afterwards to be sure that your foreskin is covering the head of your penis.
    Paraphimosis usually causes pain in your penis. You might get an infection in your penis. You might not be able to go to the bathroom at all. If you can't pull your foreskin over the head of your penis, you need to call your doctor at the earliest
    The first thing your doctor will do is treat the swelling. This can be done by pressing your penis with a hand or by wrapping your penis in a tight bandage. After the swelling has gone away, your doctor should be able to pull the foreskin back down. If the foreskin remains stuck, your doctor might need to make a small cut in the trapped foreskin to loosen it.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #150903
    This happens in young people often due to the rush of blood and swelling in the penis head. Generally, this condition subsides itself and the foreskin can be lowered covering the head as usual.

    If it persists for a long time and swelling remains there then one must consult a physician for remedial action.

    In physiotherapy and Yoga postures there are some peculiar exercises to strengthen the pelvic and lower abdominal muscles which are said to help in avoiding these conditions in the penis.

    One of the exercises which is quoted at many places is as follows.

    Sit down in a chair. Inhale and then contract the area around annus region to inside and retain it for some time exhaling the air out. Do it in slow pace repeatedly for a few minutes. This will strengthen the genital area and one will have increased control on reducing the flow of blood in the penis and bring it back to normal condition soon after the sex.

    This may require some practice in the beginning but its effects will be obtained soon.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #150904
    Please do not try any self or un-professional advise. The Size and girth of the penis grossly changes from a flaccid state to an erect state on sexual arousal. in the normal state often the skin covers the glans completely and during erection it gets pull back. If you are being able to have intercourse and now finding it difficult to pull the skin forward to the original condition, then we have to consider two options.

    A. Complete Inability to pull the skin forward after erection or intercourse.This would be an emergency condition. Please do not try any self measures and DO NOT PUT ANY TIGHT BANDAGES (this can compromise the blood circulation to the glans penis). This condition is medically known as paraphimosis. This is a fairly painful condition. Because the hole at the tip of the foreskin is small and the glans is like a cone, the skin can easily slip back from the tip to the base but the other way in reverse if often difficult leading to congestion and swelling. Here the trained doctor/surgeon/urologist first will examine you, assess and then release the tight ring of skin at the base ( it will be like a tight elastic band), once this is released then the skin will be able to be pulled forward to cover the glans. Often the professionals will advise circumcision (removal of the foreskin) at the same time under local anesthesia or general anesthesia. This condition can potentially be infected, so they would also give you a course of antbiotics. Once you are better, the wound is healed well, you would be able to have a normal life including sexual activities.

    B. Partial Inability to pull the skin forward after erection or intercourse. Here the foreskin can be partially moved forward and backward but at the extermes it would not be possible and you will have pain. Again, the professionals will assess and offer you a circumcision to get rid of the foreskin an solve the problem.

    Some people do not want the foreskin to be removed and are scared that it would affect their potency etc. This is not true because circumcision does not affect the libido and performance. If the person wants to retain the foreskin, then the surgeons or urologists offer a procedure called as dorsal slit under local/general anesthesia wherein the hole at the tip of the foreskin is extended like a key hole so that it can slide forward and backward.

    Last but not least, recurrent infections in adult life in the foreskin can lead to this condition and it is often associated with diabetes mellitus. This condition is known as chronic balanoposthitis and the treatment is the same apart from checking and treating diabetes if detected.

  • #150945
    As you are facing the problems for three years for now, you need a professional medical advice.

    However, you need not panic also. But you need not apply force a it is a soft and delicate part and susceptible to abrasions and ruptures if force applied. Be gentle to your own body.
    After the action, do not panic, relax,wait for some time and allow it to be back to normal size. Indeed you may cool the surface by spraying ordinary water while washing. Lie or sit in comfortable position for sometime and then resume routine normal jobs.

    But visit and consult a qualified and experienced doctor soon.

  • #150955
    Do not do anything by your self as you tried tubes and oils but its not working then it is better to consult any doctor. This is Paraphimosis problem. Applying Ice can help you to reduce the swelling of glands and foreskin. Small incision is made to release foreskin. Sometimes pressure applied to the glans to force out blood and fluid. Circumcision is also a treatment to cure Paraphimosis. It is a surgery and it takes time to recover but problem can be solved through this treatment. At this time, don't do sex everyday. If you feel pain while having sex then it is better to not to do sex.

  • #152136
    This is not a big concern. If a person is having sex people should use condom. Secondly penis should not dry.another way is a person can use Vaseline or something lubricants.


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