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Foreskin not sliding back
After engaging in fellatio, yesterday my foreskin pulled back completely. Since then the head is exposed and foreskin won't go back up. It's felling a little weird. Please suggest ASAP. Do I need to be worried?
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Paraphimosis is a sexual disorder which affects only uncircumcised men. People sometimes assume that Phimosis and Paraphimosis are moreover similar. Phimosis is the condition when the foreskin of the penis can no longer be pulled back from the tip of the penis and it mostly affects young males. On the other hand, Paraphimosis is a serious condition in which the foreskin cannot be pulled forward from the tip of the penis. Basically it is the condition when the foreskin is unable to return to its normal position, over the tip of the penis. This disorder has many side-effects which includes swelling in the foreskin, and it may even slow or stop the flow of blood to the tip of the penis. This condition is very serious and needs immediate attention and treatments.
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Hello, Foreskin is normally supposed to slide back and forth smoothly even during erection. Inability to slide the retracted foreskin may lead to condition called Paraphimosis. In such a situation the glans/head of penis may be vulnerable to damage due to inadequate blood supply. THIS IS AN EMERGENCY AND YOU NEED URGENT ATTENTION WITH A SURGEON OR UROLOGIST!
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