Penile Skin Can Not Be Pulled And Erection Is Not Optimal?
I want to ask. Why can’t my pubic skin be pulled? So when I have sex it doesn’t feel good. Penis so easily limp. Erection is not optimal. Is it a disease? I ask for an explanation and how to normalize it. Do I have to be circumcised or is there a way to get my genital skin pulled out. thank you
Hi Andra, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The pubic skin that covers the head of the penis is called the prepuce in medical parlance. The condition in which the foreskin cannot be retracted is called phimosis. Phimosis, although generally experienced by children, can also be experienced by adults. The difference, usually that occurs in children is caused by heredity, while in adults it is caused by urinary tract infections, prepuce infections, prepuce injuries, sexually transmitted infections, skin disorders and poor hygiene.
Regarding how to normalize it, in addition to overcoming the cause of your phimosis, of course it takes an examination by a doctor to be able to decide whether you need to be circumcised or not. But our advice, because you yourself have felt that intercourse does not feel good if the penis is still covered with the foreskin, you should circumcise the skin instead of having to pull back and forth when you have sex. In addition, by circumcising, you will be protected from various risks of urinary tract infections and infections of the skin of the prepuce itself.
But again, it's all your decision. For now all you need to do is check with a surgeon or a urologist (urinary tract). Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa