When I am flaccid, I can retract my foreskin over my head,
however, when I try to retract it when I am erect, it only retracts over half of my head...
What should I do??
There is nothing wrong with this condition.
So, your foreskin doesn't cover the head when erect.
There's nothing wrong with this.
If anything, it might help to expose the head to more stimulation, and sex might be more enjoyable.
Don't worry. Relax.
Is sex weird with a foreskin...any idea if it will hurt?
Especially if it is not pulled back during intercourse/in a condom?
But I think I'll let someone else answer this.
I have heard guys talk about folding back or retracting their foreskin before putting a condom on... I assume this is preference, cause I'm not sure that it's necessary.
but back to my original question..
able to retract when flacid, cannot when erect..
is there a problem/medical condition with this?
Im curious because I see a lot of posts about this, but never understand. Do people have a problem
with retracting the foreskin when flaccid? Is that what they are talking about...?
I must admit I'm a bit confused by all the guys asking about retracting their foreskin.
As mine was removed just after birth, I'm not familiar with the "problem".
These guys have either been told that they must be able to retract it to have sex,
or that they must clean under it (most likely), and become concerned when it won't retract easily when erect.
Of course, at their young age, ANY handling of the penis, whether retracting or touching, make them go erect...so it becomes a problem.
Perhaps someone else can address this better than I. 8-|
It is very easy to stretch the foreskin. Just get an erection and pull the tight part of the foreskin back against the head. The head will attempt to force its way through the tight part. Don't do it so hard that it causes pain. Just keep doing this every day and in a few weeks your foreskin will become retractable when hard.
It is not necessary to do anything. If you wish, you may stretch your foreskin so that it will retract.