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Uncommon Member Problems: How to Handle Phimosis


Phimosis is an uncommon member problem, but for men who suffer from it, the condition can be quite painful and frightening. Here’s what a man needs to know. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Uncommon Member Problems: How to Handle Phimosis

Uncommon Member Problems How to Handle Phimosis
By John Dugan
  • Men who suffer from phimosis might wonder
    what it will take to overcome the condition. The
    good news is that careful male organ care, under
    a doctors supervision, is likely to solve the
    problem with time and patience. However, there
    are other options as well. Heres what a man
    needs to know about this uncommon member problem.

What is phimosis, anyway?
  • Phimosis is a condition in which the prepuce
    of the male organ cannot retract beyond the head
    of the manhood. Obviously, this is a condition
    found only in intact men. Being unable to retract
    the prepuce is actually very common in babies and
    young children, but as they begin to mature, the
    prepuce should eventually move freely over the
    head of the male organ.
  • For some men, however, the problem never
    resolves. Or perhaps it does, but then suddenly
    becomes an issue again for no apparent reason.

  • There are several different types of
  • 1) Pathological phimosis is when the ability of
    the prepuce to move is reduced by infection,
    inflammation or scarring. This is the most
    unlikely cause, but it does happen to men of any

  • 2) Congenital phimosis means that the prepuce has
    been tight since birth, and that it didnt loosen
    up with time. This isnt caused by any sort of
    medical condition, trauma or the like.
    Fortunately, this is the easiest to treat.
  • 3) Common phimosis is usually found in young male
    children, when the prepuce adheres to the head of
    the male organ. This is something a boy grows out
    of over time if he does not, it will become
    apparent that common phimosis is actually
    congenital phimosis.

Whats the treatment for phimosis?
  • When it comes to treatment of phimosis, there
    are several ways to go. In the earliest stages,
    there is often a wait and see approach. During
    this time, a man can try numerous types of manual
    stretching to see if the problem resolves on its
    own. This stretching is quite similar to
    self-fondling, as a man simply works to move the
    prepuce up and down, gradually opening it up a
    bit more to allow for it to retract. However, in
    extremely tight cases this might not work.
  • Another option is medication. Two tablets
    that have been tried with some success include
    betamethasone and hyaluronidase. When given to
    young men in a study, there was a 54 success
    rate when they were given the combination, and
    all patients tolerated the medication very well.

  • However, the above methods dont have the
    best success long-term. Thats why many doctors
    look to surgery as the answer. Circumcision is
    the most common treatment for phimosis, as it
    removes the prepuce and immediately resolves the
    issue. However, some men will opt for a partial
    circumcision, which means that the surgeon makes
    a series of tiny incisions in the prepuce to help
    it open up, but doesnt remove it entirely.

  • Keep in mind that surgery is often not
    recommended when a man is young, as everyone
    develops differently and phimosis might go away
    on its own as he matures. However, those over the
    age of 18 might be a candidate for circumcision
    if this member problem continues and causes
    significant discomfort or an inability to enjoy
    sensual pleasure.

  • Those who are trying to use the manual method
    to stretch the prepuce might have better luck if
    they employ a specially formulated manhood health
    crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man
    Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for
    skin) during each attempt. The right crème will
    contain Shea butter and vitamin E, which provide
    ample hydration to soothe the skin and keep it as
    pliable as possible, thus possibly enhancing the
    work a man does to resolve phimosis through
    manual stretching.
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