Learn about the basics of phimosis, how to diagnose it, what is considered mild or severe.
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>>
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>>