Will The Foreskin That Is Not Circumcised Open By Itself?
Morning, my name is alit I am 18 years old. I want to ask whether the skin of a man’s foreskin who is not circumcised will open itself? At the age of 18 now my foreskin is exposed and when it is rubbed against clothes it hurts and when will I get used to it when it doesn’t hurt anymore?
Hello Alit, thank you for asking.
The skin that covers the head of the penis is called the prepuce. At the time of circumcision, the skin will be removed, so that the head of the penis is not covered anymore. In men who are not circumcised, the prepuce will continue to cover the head of the penis. Therefore, the prepuce must be pulled back periodically and cleaned, then the skin is returned to its original position. This is to avoid adhesions. In the penis there are glands that produce mucus, if mucus accumulates in the prepuce and is not cleaned periodically, adhesions can occur. Adhesions will facilitate infection.
I'm not sure what you mean by 'open skin'. We recommend that you consult with your doctor, so that the doctor can examine directly and assess your condition. Normally the head of the penis, although in an open condition such as in people who have been circumcised, is not painful when exposed to underwear. If you feel pain just because your penis head was exposed to underwear, it is not impossible that you have an infection or inflammation. Therefore, it is important to discuss this with the doctor directly.
Clean the prepuce and head of the penis as much as you can, making sure there is no mucus attached. Do not apply anything without doctor's advice. If the doctor has done the examination and gives you the recommended use of the drug, use it appropriately.
Thus information from me, hopefully can be useful. Regards.