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A sensitive glans is a very real and common concern for phimosis sufferers. Many people with partial phimosis, who are able to touch their glans, quickly become familiar with how extremely sensitive it can be. This sensitivity can range from being slightly uncomfortable to outright painful. A sensitive glans can pose several ongoing problems for the sufferer:… Read more>>

So you or someone you know has phimosis. Does it really matter what caused it? After all, once you’ve developed a condition the only thing you can do at that point is treat it. Right? Not true! Phimosis is one of the few conditions where the best treatment option usually depends on knowing what may have… Read more>>

Here’s something you may not know. A tight foreskin is not always true phimosis. There are two things that are common to boys that remain uncircumcised at birth: Their foreskin is always physically fused to the glans underneath Their foreskin opening is usually too narrow to pull over the glans This means that every intact… Read more>>

If only more people asked this question, many would either prevent unnecessary surgeries or actually prevent serious phimosis complications caused by ignoring their problem. We live in a medically odd culture where certain problems that should be left alone are over-treated and the conditions that need immediate attention are ignored until the problem becomes severe…. Read more>>

When someone mentions using a phimosis cream to treat their tight foreskin, they’re usually referring to steroid creams. While steroid creams have shown to be quiet beneficial for treating phimosis, it is important to know their limitations and their potential side effects. Phimosis is a condition where your foreskin becomes too tight to allow your glans to… Read more>>

 March 27, 2013

A biological myth that many people fall for is that our foreskin is useless. However, if we can take one lesson from human anatomy, it’s that even important parts of our body can look deceivingly simple and misleadingly useless. Take away the function of that seemingly “useless” part of your body and you soon realize the important… Read more>>

Did you know that a large percentage of adults develop phimosis well into their adulthood? In fact, it is not uncommon for someone to develop phimosis in their 50s, 60s or even 70s. Quiet often the sufferer is surprised to see their foreskin progressively tighten and interfere with normal hygiene or even sexual function. While infections… Read more>>

Most people with phimosis simply know it as a tight foreskin condition that prevents the glans from being fully exposed. However, there are many varying degrees of severity when it comes to phimosis and knowing what stage your phimosis is at can help you determine your risk and the best way to treat it. Here are… Read more>>