Many people will feel that although the foreskin of the penis has not fallen off, it can still urinate, and can still ejaculate after an erection, making the spouse excited. Even so, why must we correct the phimosis?
Although you may not yet feel the inconvenience of phimosis, its harm is real.
The trouble caused by phimosis
"Due to the fact that the sensitive glans is constantly covered, it becomes more sensitive to external stimuli, which can easily lead to premature ejaculation. In fact, 90% of premature ejaculation is caused by phimosis, which is precisely the reason why the other party cannot be satisfied.". In addition, when the penis enters the vagina, the enclosed penis can also have a feeling of suffocation, causing a mental burden on each other.
The problem of phimosis is mostly due to poor development of sexual organs, with short penises being the most prone to occur.
Another type of phimosis, called incarcerated phimosis, is when the foreskin is pulled to the glans and becomes stuck, unable to restore its original position on its own. At this point, venous reflux is blocked, causing local edema and even necrosis. Therefore, for children with foreskin, if there are phimosis, incarcerated phimosis, and repeated inflammation of the foreskin, measures must be taken to solve the problem of foreskin phimosis.
"When young, it is easier to keep the inner surface of the foreskin clean. When older, with slightly poor eyesight and less flexible hands and feet, local hygiene may not be easy to maintain.". Therefore, when young, if there is phimosis or incarcerated phimosis, it should even be treated.
If the outlet of the foreskin is too narrow, it forms a so-called phimosis. During urination, the foreskin will bulge like a balloon, causing difficulty and pain in urination. It is also more likely to cause eczema, inflammation of the foreskin and glans, and urinary tract infections.