The Head Of The Penis That Goes Into The Foreskin Of The Penis?
Good afternoon,,,rnrnI am a young man aged 20 years before 12 o’clock I exercise by jumping and when exercising I feel something strange when I see the head of my penis enter the skin is it dangerous?r nrnThank you..
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Need to clarify, have you been circumcised before? Is the skin of your penis swollen? Do other complaints arise, such as pain, erectile dysfunction, and so on?
Perhaps what is meant is the head of the penis that slips into the foreskin of the penis (prepuce).
Entry of the head of the penis into the prepuce is probably due to phimosis. This condition is common in uncircumcised men, where the foreskin of the penis is firmly attached to the head of the penis and cannot be pulled back past the head of the penis. Generally, these complaints occur in children. Although it does not rule out also occurs in people who are more mature. As a result of phimosis, feces, residual urine, and dead skin cells can accumulate around the penis and are prone to causing infection. This infection can make your penis feel itchy, sore, red, swollen, nodule, and so on.
There are several factors that can increase a man's risk of developing phimosis, including:
Having problems with the skin of the penis, such as balanitis, psoriasis, lichen planus, eczema. Aging, thereby reducing the flexibility of the foreskin of the penis. Excessive pulling or stretching, for example during masturbation. It could also, in addition to phimosis, your complaints arise due to other causes, for example:
Excessive exposure to cold temperatures around the genitals, for example when you exercise in a cold environment, causing the penis to shrink and infiltrate the foreskin Swelling of the foreskin, for example due to infection, insect bites, contact dermatitis, drug eruptions Obesity, obesity Penile atrophy, usually due to hormonal disorders, and so on. It's best if you check your condition directly with a doctor so that it will be evaluated further, whether your condition is normal or dangerous. If it is true that the cause is phimosis, the doctor will generally recommend that you do circumcision (circumcision).
In the meantime, do not forcefully pull the foreskin of your penis. Also use comfortable pants and not too tight. Don't forget to keep your penis and intimate organs clean.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah