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Old 11-06-2003, 08:51 PM   #1
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My first time will be soon please answer!

I finally have a gf and will probally start having sex in the near future. I am not circumsized and just found out about needing to strech back the foreskin. My question is if by the time I have sex if my foreskin is not yet fully streched and I can not pull it back all the way when erect can i still have intercourse? I read on the condom instructions to pull it back all the way, but i tried putting it on just how it is with the skin over the head and it wouldnt roll down. Im really nervous about what she might think if I cant pull it down, and i dont even know if i can have sex if it doesnt pull all the way back. Please reply back! Thanks

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Old 11-07-2003, 12:39 PM   #2
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The condom should roll down whether you have your forskin pulled back or not. I would say that you should practice a bit more with the condom.

Old 11-08-2003, 08:41 PM   #3
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Sure you can have sex. As long as you can remain erect and it is not uncomfortable for you not being able to pull it all the way back while having sex, I don't see a problem, but you should work on being able to stretch it back over the gland while erect.

The reason for pulling the foreskin back or as far back as it will go before putting on a condom is that it will then allow free movement of the foreskin. If you put the condom on without first pulling the skin back, you will find that it will restrict movement of the foreskin and you may not experience the full sensation and may run the risk of going soft to early.

So, the key here is to pull the foreskin back after you are erect and then put the condom on.


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Old 11-09-2003, 06:11 AM   #4
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Bozo dude not to worry you should have no problems. Putting the condom on and it not rolling down was probibly because you had it backwards. It will only roll down on one side. If in the heat of the moment you put the condom on your unit and it doesnt roll on you have it on your head backwards DO NOT turn it around and try again because it touched the tip of your unit and there could possibly be sperm swimmers on it then you will insert it into her. When you tear open the package make sure the condom is the correct side to roll down. I would buy a condom that is made bigger at the tip Lifestyles ultra sensitve so your unit will have room to slide around in there. You might have a problem with a form fitting condom it might tend to want to pull your skin back as your movin in and out. Work on the streching that is the ultimate goal look for the streachin posts Lance2 seems to have some good advise on that and good luck.

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