In addition to the size of the penis, phimosis is also a major problem for men. As the name implies, phimosis is the condition that the skin on the penis likes to cover the glans.
In childhood, everyone was in a phimosis state, and the glans was completely covered by foreskin. At puberty, when the penis is erect, the foreskin will be pulled down to expose the glans. Half of the men will disappear automatically at the age of 18, as long as they are well developed. But most people still have their glans covered after they reach adulthood.
There are two kinds of phimosis: pseudophimosis and true phimosis.
Pseudophimosis, when you erect, you only need to pull it down with your hand to expose the glans, and even when you erect, it will automatically break out. Most phimosis are pseudosexual, so there is no barrier to sex. But the true phimosis is different. No matter how you pull the glans with your hand, it still cannot appear. This of course requires surgery.
Because the glans can't come out, it will affect the generation of pleasure. Moreover, dirt and bacteria are easy to accumulate in the foreskin, which is very unsanitary. Most young people who are worried about phimosis are pseudophimosis. As long as the psychological barrier is eliminated, there is no need for surgery.
If after erection, peeling off the foreskin will feel pain, or it will also cause discomfort or pain during sex, surgery must be performed.