Hi im 16 and have had sex for the first time quite recently. However,when i get an erection the foreskin does not immediately retract over the head.This does not seem to be a problem as without a problem i can pull the foreskin over the head,but there is then a red rather sensitive patch of skin between the head and about halfway down my penis where there is a tightening of the skin.I also find that having pulled it down manually, it then often moves back to just under the the head of the penis.I am really rather stuck and dont know what to do.I think it might be a mild case of phimosis but i am extremely unsure.I have tried stretching the foreskin manually and applying canestan HC (steriod cream) but neither seeem to be working.Any advice would be much appreciated.Thank you
Man just keep stretching same thing happens to me
Yeah Man keep stretching
You are blessed with an abundant, nerve-filled, highly erogenous full-length foreskin. Many unforeskinned guys would envy your nerve-laden, erogenous foreskin even though it does not automatically retract. You display great wisdom in wanting to avoid circumcision.
The foreskin is an asset and highly beneficial. A full-length foreskin is more of an asset and more beneficial than a short foreskin. Moreover, the ancient Greeks considered a long, tapering foreskin to be a sign of male beauty. The long tip is called the akroposthion.
You don't have phimosis because your foreskin will retract.
There is a lot of mis-information about foreskin retraction. Do not depend on what you see in p*rn videos. The extent to which the head of the erect penis is visible depends on the length of the foreskin.
Long full-length foreskins will not auto-retract on erection. Only inadequate short foreskins will auto-retract. For your skin to go back, the foreskin has to be wide enough to retract over the head.
If your foreskin is wide enough, it will retract if it is shorter than the erect penis. If it is longer, then it will never retract by itself but may be pushed back, however, it may not stay back. Many full-length foreskins glide forward again when released. Your foreskin is attempting to glide forward but stops just behind the head. This is normal with a longer foreskin.
When a full-length foreskin is manually retracted, it gathers in folds at the base of the penis. The folds want to unfold and push the foreskin forward back to its normal position. A full-length foreskin is likely to slide/roll forward to recover and protect the glans penis when it is released. Some men simply cannot keep their full-length foreskin retracted. This is not considered to be a problem.
The full-length foreskin provides superior protection to the head of the penis and keeps it soft, smooth, and sensitive.
The full-length foreskin may improve the sexual experience because of its superior gliding action. The full-length foreskin also may have more pleasure nerves.
Many teens need to stretch their foreskin because the foreskin is still developing. That may be case with you. Your foreskin should be loose enough to glide freely back and forth over the head.