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Old 12-12-2001, 04:21 PM   #1
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The "mechanics" of sex

Hey ppl- i posted a while ago about foreskin problems <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/rolleyes.gif"> which have improved slightly due to some sound advice. However, when fully erect the foreskin will still not extend all the way back due to the frenulum. I was just wondering, during penetration, as the penis is inserted does the foreskin get pulled all the way back and then just stay there as the penis is inserted further?? if this is the case what would happen in my case where it becomes tight soon after the skin has passed the ridge of the head and will not unstretch completely? thanks for any help from u ppl who have more experience, i really want to get this sorted <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/frown.gif">

 
Old 12-12-2001, 04:57 PM   #2
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Re: The "mechanics" of sex

Your frenulum, just like the foreskin can be stretched also. Just gently keep retracting the foreskin down over the shaft to stretch it out more and more each time. The penetration of sex and how things move are going to be different for each of us. Some foreskins are longer and such so its probably hard to tell you what may happen during sex. You'll know what's taking place and if you feel pain or sense that you're having problems with foreskin and frenulum....stop and check things out....better to be safe than sorry!

 
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Re: The "mechanics" of sex

Yes, the skin is supposed to go back behind the corona of the head. I'm not sure what you mean by all the way back. During a full erection, it can only go so far before the frenulum restricts it. Some can probably pull back more than others. You say yours gets back behind the head but is tight. If the frenulum is too tight, you risk tearing the frenulum during sex. It's not a tragic event but is annoying and makes the area sore. It just takes about week to heal if you don't disturb it. You should work on stretching it more.

So, yes, the skin pulls back when going in and it's my opinion that it is supposed to stay back during sex. At least mine does. Some claim that the skin should roll back over the head when pulling out. I don't buy that theory though. Maybe those who have looser skins might have that happen though. Good luck.

 
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