Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back over the head of the penis but as you mentioned that you don't have phimosis then too I would suggest consulting with a doctor for a correct add better approach.
Some of the steps that you can take in your case apart from consulting a doctor are:
- Apply a cream, gel or ointment that contains corticosteroids(Topical steroids - typically betamethasone 0.05 percent with a prescription) it can help soften the skin of the foreskin, making it easier to retract.
- Try Preputial gymnastics, it involves gently pulling the foreskin back to expose the tip of the glans to the point where the ring of the scar is exposed. Hold this position for one minute and repeat three to four times a day. If its not Phimosis, 90 percent of cases will be resolved within four to six weeks.
-Circumcision may be considered as a last resort, although it can sometimes be the best and only treatment option.
Now do clean your penis regularly to avoid problems developing. Every day while bathing or showering, Wash your penis with lukewarm water. This can be done by pulling back your foreskin and wash underneath with mild soap. Do not use harsh soap, talc or deodorant as it will cause irritation and dryness.
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