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Phimosis in penis
Foreskin very tight, mild phimosis, but, foreskin retractable. which cream should i use, pain during sex.
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Cream can be tried first if not willing for circumcision at present
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Please put pictures of the affected areas in good light in private direct consult with me for detailed information and counselling and treatment
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Share pictures of the affected area so that i can help u out completely to be sexually fit completely .. To get rid of ur problem permanently.. To enjoy sexual activity completely without any pain..
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for further information consult me privately
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send pic for proper assessment and guidance
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Dear Practo user, You use any of the three following options:- Vaseline/petroleum jelly/ coconut oil.
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Share me penis foreskin image Then I will suggest you some Not use cream or other
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Use proper lubrication. Many commercial lubricants available
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