The Scalp Of The Penis Is Pulled Back And Cannot Return?
I used to have an erection when I arrived at the head of my penis and it hurt so badly but after a while it became normal, now I am 18 years old and my penis is not erect, even though the head of my penis has come out of the foreskin like a circumcised person even though I haven’t Is that dangerous? Should I just circumcise it?
The condition in which the scalp of the penis is pulled back and cannot return is known as paraphimosis. The paraphimosis condition is generally a urological emergency because it can cause disruption of the penis.
Symptoms that commonly occur in paraphimosis are =
Swelling at the tip of the penis.
The initial treatment condition requires the immediate removal of the pinched condition of the glans penis by the foreskin, circumcision is one way of dealing with this complaint after the foreskin has successfully returned to its position.
Clamping on the penis that occurs during erection can also occur, in mild cases where the pinching does not cause damage to the tip of the penis, this condition will generally return to normal, but further treatment is still needed because it can interfere with penis function.
I hope this helps.