Q. My husband's foreskin is stuck after he pulled it back while urinating. What can be done for the pain?

Answered by
Dr. Aamir Muhamed
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
This is a premium question & answer published on Apr 18, 2020 and last reviewed on: Apr 30, 2020

Hi Doctor My husband is having pain in penis head. The foreskin got backwards and now it not coming back to original form and not covering head of penis. Yesterday when my husband was urinating, he tried pulling foreskin and it went backwards, after that it not coming to front. Before also, he was not able to pull it backwards, so while having sex and wearing condom, there was no problem. Once when we had unprotected sex, his foreskin went backwards and he was in pain. The foreskin was coming forward. He is in pain, what can be done? Is it normal or not? We had sex a month ago, with precaution.

 

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Dr. Aamir Muhamed

Family Physician General Practitioner
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Hello,

It looks like your husband is suffering from a condition called phimosis. Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back over the head or glans of the penis. Now this can happen due to a number of reasons, and can be diagnosed only after examination. This usually happens when one does not clean under the foreskin, can lead to bacteria, fungus or other germs accumulating there. When this happens for some time, it can lead to balanitis inflammation of the glans, or the head, of the penis). Has this happened before? (Tight, shiny skin on the glans, redness around the glans, itchiness, or irritation of the glans, an unpleasant smell, tight foreskin that cannot be pulled back,etc.). When this happens it can lead to phimosis.

After examination only I will be able to diagnose whether it is balanitis or phimosis and whether this is due to bacteria or fungus or some other cause. The treatment varies depending on the findings. Therefore, if the pain is severe, it would be best to take him to a urologist and get it examined. On the other hand, if the penis is red and swollen, you should take him to the emergency room. If you want, I can give you a cream for the pain, but if there is infection, there is a chance it will become worse. I understand there is lockdown, but if the pain is not too severe, you can wait until lockdown is lifted. Let me know what you decide and any other queries you may have.


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