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hi,i have a 3 yr old son and his foreskin is still stuck to his head is this normal as i dont have a clue when the forskin comes apart

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Hi there! You shouldn’t worry about your son’s foreskin being stuck to the glans. There is no perfect timing for this and it may occur at any age actually. The separation may start at the 3 or 4 years of age but not until later will complete separation occur. Two things need to happen before foreskin’s ability to fully retract.

The inner surface of the foreskin and the head of the penis need to come apart and the narrow tip needs to get big enough to allow retraction. It varies from person to person when this would happen. In some boys, full retractions doesn’t happen until puberty. However, others have their foreskin retractable by the age of 10.

When the separation starts, your boy may be experiencing ballooning of the foreskin during urination but it does not interfere with it. Ballooning is normal and nothing to worry about. It will disappear when the foreskin widens.
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hi. im 17 yrs old and i have never been able to retract my fore skin even when erect..about 8 months ago i noticed on a adult move that a uncircumsized man could retract his foreshin..i had never though anything was rong with me,,so i did some research online and found that i was supposed to b able to.. so i begain trying to..and trying and trying..then a ouple days ago i got it too while not erect.. under there i found yellowish white stuff,, what i believe to be old semen.. i still cannot retract it while erect because it is too tight.. the head under the fore skin is very sensative and almost tender,only when exposed..and ff i try and clean the stuff off it hurts ..im kindof affraid i ahve an infection..please help me
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Your foreskin protects the head and keeps it moist and sensitive.

There is a lot of nonsense written by people who don’t know what they are talking about.

Most boys have foreskins that do not retract, so no cleaning is done until after puberty. It is not necessary because the foreskin is self-cleaning. Sterile urine flushes out the tip of the foreskin.

After the foreskin becomes retractable, it is a simple matter to retract the foreskin when taking a shower or bath and washing away any debris. There is usually some harmless smegma.

A few adult males have non-retractable foreskins. It is really easy to painlessly clean out your foreskin without retracting it. They may wash it out without retracting if they desire to do so. Here are some directions

1. Urine is a sterile substance when it leaves the body so it is an excellent washing agent. Pinch the tip of your foreskin shut when you pee. Let the urine fill up your foreskin. You will see your foreskin balloon because of the urine inside. Then release the tip and all of the urine inside your foreskin will come gushing out and clean out whatever is inside. This is best done in the shower as it tends to be messy. Do that as often as you can.

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2. Get a rubber bulb ear syringe from a drug store, pharmacy, or chemist’s shop. These are designed to squirt warm water into ear canals to clean them out. They also work great for cleaning out foreskins. Fill the ear syringe with warm (not hot) water and then insert the tip of the syringe into your foreskin. Then squeeze the bulb and a jet of warm water will squirt into your foreskin and clean out whatever is inside. This can be done over the bathroom washbasin.

Don’t use soap or body wash inside your foreskin because soap dries out the skin oils essential for good health.
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