Phimosis is a situation where the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back over glans.
Phimosis is normal in babies and toddlers, but in age children, it may be due to the skin condition that has caused scarring. It isn't a problem unless it causes symptoms.
Immediate treatment is needed in cases where phimosis causes problems such as difficulty urinating.n adults, phimosis can occasionally be associated with sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It can also be caused by a number of different skin conditions, including
eczema – a long-term condition that causes the skin to become itchy, red, dry and cracked
psoriasis – a skin condition that causes red, flaky, crusty patches of skin covered with silvery scales
lichen planus – a non-infectious itchy rash that can affect many areas of the body
lichen sclerosis – a scarring condition of the foreskin (and sometimes glans) that's probably caused by urinary irritation in susceptible men and boys
Topical steroids (a cream, gel or ointment that contains corticosteroids) are sometimes prescribed to treat a tight foreskin. They can help soften the skin of the foreskin, making it easier to retract.
Phimosis can cause pain, skin splitting, or a lack of sensation during sex. Using a condom and lubricants while having sex may make your penis more comfortable.
When surgery may be needed
Surgery may be needed if a child or adult has severe or persistent balanitis or balanoposthitis that causes their foreskin to be painfully tight.
Circumcision (surgically removing part or all of the foreskin) may be considered if other treatments have failed, but it carries risks such as bleeding and infection.
As long as it is not causing any irritation or other problems you can go for your family life.
It is advisable to contact a Surgeon in your area and explain to him the problem. He will suggest you the best course of action.