I am a 22 year old male. I have problem of tight penis skin. Whenever I pull my penis skin back during erection it will be very hard to do. Then, my penis skin gets stuck behind the penis forehead and it is very painful to retract back. I generally use oil for this problem. Please suggest me what to do.
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Thank you doctor,
I do not want to have any surgery. Is there any other way? I have read on the internet about the stretching exercise. Is that helpful?
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