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Unable to push with uncircumcised penis
Hello doctor, I've been married for 6 months and been trying for pregnancy for 2 months. During sex, when my penis enters vagina, my foreskin automatically gets pulled back completely and the exposed head enters into vagina. Then I can able to push a little more of my penis inside but if I go deeper, my retracted foreskin causing pain as it can't be pulled further. Also wife says, penis is hitting something at her end only when my head and some of the middle shaft enters into vagina. Is that enough to hit cervix? It would be around 3 inches. Why I can't go deeper even with completely retracted foreskin? Is this normal? Am I really hitting cervix during penetration? I am ejaculating inside vagina at the furthest point I can and when I take my penis outside almost half of the semen flows out. Is this enough to get pregnant? Please help.
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It seems that you have borderline phimosis. You may require surgery or you may not require surgery. Many times when it is borderline phimosis..then during intercourse if you use proper lubricants like .. lubic jelly ..k-y jelly  or any other jelly or oil  etc for both of you then   many times there is no pain or tear of the foreskin nd u can have painless intercourse. But sometimes  if the  partner's  vagina is very tight or dry then you may face problem. So first you try the above said lubricants if your problem is not solve then you must consult a General Surgeon. www kayakalpinternational.com
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