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Old 09-11-2011, 07:14 PM   #1
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foreskin problems

is it normal that when i get an erection my foreskin does not fully retract? i am a virgin who is close to losing his virginity and id like to know if his should be worrisome. i dont want to hurt myself when entering my partner. also, my foreskin cannot be retracted while erect, its too tight. the head of my penis also happens to be very sensitive. if anyone could help id really appreciate it

 
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Re: foreskin problems

Yes it is normal. Some guys can pull thier foreskins back during an erection, some can't. That depends on how long the male's foreskin is, and how long the male's penis is when erect.

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Old 09-12-2011, 02:11 PM   #3
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Re: foreskin problems

should i be trying to stretch my foreskin? much thanks

 
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Re: foreskin problems

Yes you can do that. Masturbation can help make the male's foreskin looser.

 
Old 09-13-2011, 07:32 PM   #5
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Re: foreskin problems

now is the sensitivity a problem? also could it be possible for me to break my frenulum?

 
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Re: foreskin problems

The penis is the most sensitive organ of the male body. It's supposed to be sensitive. It wouldn't feel right if it didn't have no feeling. The frenulum could break by having sexual intercourse.

 
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