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If you're 30s and have Paraphimosis, need Circumcision?

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Old 10-20-2012, 08:34 AM   #1
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If you're 30s and have Paraphimosis, need Circumcision?

Hi all.

i have a weird type of paraphimosis. It's never gotten huge and choking around my penis. I've lived with it for 6 years. It just stays behind the head of the penis and then making it go forward again to cover the head is very very hard. It used to be easier but now it's even harder. the foreskin just doesn't want to move. sometimes i have tricks to make it go forward but it just doens't work well.

Sometimes it gets swollen and red and like blisters because it stays behind the head for long.

Do i need to have a circumcision and if i do, will i feel good ever again?
Or can i live with what i have and if i put up with it and work around it will that be ok?

but lately it's gets blisters and then also hairs get stuck and it strangles the foreskin and then now it's much harder than before to make it go forward. the foreskin is stubborn and hard.

However, when i finally do manage to make it cover the head of the penis. It look good and healthy and i have no problems. It's just stubborn and mutated so the transition from being behind the head, to covering the really tough and
i dont know if i'm getting cancer because of this .

i'm male in my 30s
Should i just have a circumcision once and for all?

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