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I'm 18 years old and uncircumcized, my foreskin doesn't retract and i was wondering if that is a problem and if there is any way to get it to retract... it seems like its connected on the bottom of the head... i dont know and i'm kinda worried = (

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Hey there,

Well, I think you need to practice foreskin stretching daily. It should be connected on the bottom of the head, because it’s normal for uncircumcised penises. Can you see your penis head? I seems you can retract your foreskin, while you talk about frenulum (connection to penis head)?!?

Well, I think you need to learn few things:

Anatomy and Functions of the Male
Foreskin

 




To understand the function of the prepuce, it is necessary to
understand the function of the penis. While it is commonly recognized that the penis has
two functions - urination and procreation - in reality, it is essential only for
procreation, since it is not required for urination.These attributes of the foreskin contribute significantly

to the sexual response of the intact male.

For procreation to occur, the normally flaccid penis must become erect. As it changes
from flaccidity to rigidity, the penis increases in length about 50 percent. As it
elongates, the double fold of skin (foreskin) provides the skin necessary for full
expansion of the penile shaft. But microscopic examination reveals that the foreskin is
more than just penile skin necessary for a natural erection; it is
specialized tissue , richly
supplied with blood vessels, highly innervated, and uniquely endowed with stretch
receptors. These attributes of the foreskin contribute significantly to the sexual
response of the intact male. The complex tissue of the foreskin responds to stimulation
during sexual activity. Stretching of the foreskin over the glans penis activates
preputial nerve endings, enhances sexual excitability, and contributes to the male
ejaculatory reflex. Besides the neurological role of the preputial tissue, the mucosal
surface of the inner lining of the foreskin has a specific function during masturbation or
sexual relations.


Adult intact penis,
flaccid

Right: Foreskin covering the glans; the foreskin when retracted;
and a closeup of  the foreskin covering the glans.

Below: Same views with  added color-coding of anatomical
features. Closeup shows cross-section of the covered glans.

Intact Penis - Three Views




Intact Penile Anatomy
Left: The frenar band is elastic
tissue at the foreskin tip (between the inner and outer foreskin) that helps to contract
the tip of the foreskin and allow it to remain positioned over the glans. Many intact men
find this band very erogenous.
Below: The frenulum
is  elastic tissue under the glans that connects to the foreskin and helps to
contract the foreskin over the glans. Many intact men find this a highly erogenous part of
the penis. It is often partially or totally removed by circumcision.





Ventral view (underside) of the intact penis, with the foreskin
retracted.
Together, the inner and outer foreskin account for over 50% of the
penile shaft skin.


Intact Penis - Underside


During masturbation, the mucosal surface of the foreskin
rolls back and forth across the mucosal surface of the glans penis, providing nontraumatic
sexual stimulation. During heterosexual activity, the mucosal surfaces of the glans penis
and foreskin move back and forth across the mucosal surfaces of the labia and vagina,
providing nontraumatic sexual stimulation of both male and female. This
mucous-membrane-to-mucous-membrane contact provides the natural lubrication necessary for
sexual relations and prevents both the dryness responsible for painful intercourse and the
chafing and abrasions which allow entry of sexually transmitted diseases, both viral and
bacterial.


Foreskin mobility of the adult intact
penis, while erect


Anonymous photo/Usenet




Range of skin movement marked by point
A is several inches back and forth. Note how point B moves and the end of the foreskin
widens to accommodate the head of the penis. Notice the smooth texture of the head of the
penis. The mucosal surface of the foreskin and glans is similar to that of the female
labia and vagina.



NOTE: Retraction
is normally not possible or desirable in infants and young children.

Foreskin Mobility




When normal,
sexually functioning tissue is removed,

sexual functioning is also altered.

The video (right) graphically illustrates the mobility of the male foreskin during
sexual activity. To better understand the role of the
foreskin during sexual intercourse, see:


 

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When normal, sexually functioning tissue is removed, sexual
functioning is also altered. Changes of the penis that occur with circumcision have been
documented. These may vary according to the procedure used and the age at which the
circumcision was performed, nevertheless penile changes will inevitably occur following
circumcision.
Circumcision
performed in the newborn period traumatically interrupts the natural separation of the
foreskin from the glans that normally occurs somewhere between birth and age 18.

The raw, exposed glans penis heals in a process that measurably thickens the
surface of the glans and results in desensitization of the penis.
When circumcision is performed after the normal separation of the foreskin
from the glans, the damage done by forcible separation of these two parts of the penis is
avoided, but the glans must still thicken in order to protect itself from constant chafing
and abrasion by clothing.
Often, it is erroneously
considered the woman's lack of lubrication

that makes intercourse painful...

The thickened, drier tissue covering the glans of the circumcised penis
may necessitate the use of synthetic lubricants to facilitate nontraumatic sexual
intercourse. Often, it is erroneously considered the woman's lack of lubrication that
makes intercourse painful rather than the lack of natural male lubrication, which is more
likely the cause. During masturbation, the circumcised male must use his hands for direct
stimulation of the glans, and this may require synthetic lubrication as well.
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well uh, like i can pull the forskin back to about the second picture in the series of 5, i appreciate the info, it helps a lot actually, now about this stretching thing, that really works? how do i do it?
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hi im having a problem with my foreskin. U see i can pull it back preety far but not all the way over the whole tip. when i try to its sort off like the skin is stuck to tto tip i can see my head but cant see the ridge of the tip of my penis on the front
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U KNOW WE NEED MORE EXAMPLE FOR ARE FORESKINS
I'M 14 YEARS OLD AND MY SKIN NEVER WEN'T OVER MY PENIS IN MY WHOLE LIFE...EVEN TODAY. SO WHAT DO I SHOULD TO MAKE IT GO ALL THE WAY ? HELLO, PLEASE WRITE BACK
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