Pain In The Penis During Intercourse And Blisters On The Former Circumcision Sutures?

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, I was circumcised at the age of 10 years, and now I am 22 years old. After getting married and having intercourse, I always feel pain in the penis (the penis has blisters like imperfect stitches) and after intercourse. There are blisters on the imperfect stitches. Do I have to be circumcised again? Or re-sewn?

1 Answer:

Hello Ariean Al Fariq,


Circumcision (circumcision) is the act of cutting and removing the skin that covers the penis head called the prepuce. Apart from compulsory reasons in certain religions, circumcision is also beneficial for health, because it makes it easier to clean the penis and reduce the risk of transmission of sexually transmitted diseases, penile cancer, as well as being an act of handling medical conditions such as phimosis and paraphimosis.


After circumcision, the head of the penis will always be visible (without the need to draw the skin of the prepuce back). Scar tissue formed after circumcision is generally located about 1 cm in the neck of the penis. From various medical studies circumcision does not significantly affect the process of ejaculation, sexual arousal, pain during sexual intercourse, and difficulty orgasm.


Circumcision leaving the prepuce too short can cause a sensation of traction in the circumcised wound area when the patient is erect. But does not cause blisters. Pain in the penis after intercourse can result from:

Trauma to the penis during penetration due to lack of vaginal lubrication.
Injury to the penis due to sexually transmitted diseases such as herpes simplex
Penile deformities for example due to Peyronie's disease or due to other scarring
If you use a condom, there is a possibility of an allergic reaction to the condom material (redness, itching, burning, bumps on the penis)
Priapism (an erect penis)

Whether or not surgery is needed to revise the circumcised scar tissue, is determined from the results of the doctor's examination. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.

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