phimosis and sex

phimosis and sex

Joined: June 17th, 2012, 7:38 pm

June 17th, 2012, 7:47 pm #1

hi,
I have had phimosis for many years and I am determined to try the stretching techniques in this site. Recently I tried having sex and because of the tightness of the foreskin, the experience was painful and the next day I saw a blood spot on my foreskin. Any ideas for removing this blood spot?
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June 17th, 2012, 10:40 pm #2

I suppose you could pop it with a sterile needle. However, it will probably go away by itself. How on Earth did you get that?

Let me know if you have any challenges with the stretching and results.
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Joined: June 17th, 2012, 7:38 pm

June 17th, 2012, 10:43 pm #3

i got it because of the tight foreskin while having intercourse
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Joined: June 5th, 2003, 4:12 am

June 18th, 2012, 2:01 pm #4

hi,
I have had phimosis for many years and I am determined to try the stretching techniques in this site. Recently I tried having sex and because of the tightness of the foreskin, the experience was painful and the next day I saw a blood spot on my foreskin. Any ideas for removing this blood spot?
Thanks
Not precisely sure what you mean by a "blood spot", presumably a blood blister or technically, a "petechia". If blood had escaped, it would simply wash off.

If it is under the skin, nothing whatsoever to do.

Nor need it stop you from doing the stretching.
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Ron
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June 22nd, 2012, 12:18 am #5

hi,
it is under the skin and it looks unsightly as though it is an STD. It is purpleish in colour. Can anything be done about it?
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June 22nd, 2012, 12:55 pm #6

OK, this happened recently, and it appears to be a "blood blister" of sorts.

I repeat, nothing whatsoever to do. It will be reabsorbed in its own good time. There are products (or used to be) such as "Hirudoid®" (yes, having checked, it is still marketed) supposedly to do this faster but I honestly do not believe in them.

If you think this looks like a STD, methinks you know very little of STDs. Or presume your partner does not.
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June 24th, 2012, 1:40 am #7

hi,
I have had this "blister" for more than two years. Inst that too long? How long before it is reabsorbed?
Secondly, based on the instructions here for tight foreskin, I see that the skin must be stretched and held in that position for a few seconds. Wouldn't the phimocure rings do a good job at holding the skin in a stretched position?
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June 24th, 2012, 11:32 am #8

OK, this happened recently, and it appears to be a "blood blister" of sorts.

I repeat, nothing whatsoever to do. It will be reabsorbed in its own good time. There are products (or used to be) such as "Hirudoid®" (yes, having checked, it is still marketed) supposedly to do this faster but I honestly do not believe in them.

If you think this looks like a STD, methinks you know very little of STDs. Or presume your partner does not.
I'm trying to work from your original description. You said "Recently I tried having sex ... experience was painful and the next day I saw a blood spot on my foreskin".

Which is it?

It's not a few seconds, it's a few minutes that you should be holding the stretch, in fact as long as possible.

Yes, that's exactly the point; the longer and more consistently you hold the stretch (as well as exerting a reasonable amount of tension), the more (speedily) effective it will be. Ergo, the "Phimocure" rings worn for hours or even most of the day at a time, should be particularly effective.
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June 26th, 2012, 12:02 am #9

hi,
Sorry, I have no idea why I said recently. Honestly, it was about two years ago. Why is the blister still there?
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June 26th, 2012, 12:04 pm #10

I think the situation is, you examined yourself after the painful episode and found something that was already there, but you had not noticed previously because you had not looked intently.

I know of no form of traumatic bruising which is permanent. A red spot however is commonly a haemangioma - a small knot of blood vessels which grows for no particular reason, but takes weeks or months to do so.
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