questionNovember 28 2010 at 8:54 PM
|Anonymous (no login)|
How loose should a foreskin ideally be? And if say.. you are grind dancing for a few hours and substain an erection.. would that lead to paraphimosis even if the foreskin can usually slide over the head, but it swelled from the friction.? I'm still young, but one day I'm gonna attack the nightlife, and I was wondering if this would happen.. especially under alcohol.
(Premier Login jimsplacetofixthings)
Anything can happen
|November 28 2010, 9:38 PM |
I just read an article in Parade magazine about the teen age brain. According to the article, the teen brain has enough trouble with decisions without the influence of alcohol, so with it, and without discernment of limits, there is no telling what might happen if you were to engage as suggested. Add the lure of sex, and it's through the roof. I don't think the possiblity of getting your foreskin stuck is the real problem.
If the foreskin easily retracts while the penis is erect, it won't get stuck, so that's what you shoud strive for.
Probably the only "real-life" risk of paraphimosis is indeed, being drunk.
|November 29 2010, 3:20 AM |
On the other hand, being drunk and having an erection is somewhat difficult.
Generally speaking, if your foreskin retracts as you get an erection, that strongly suggests it is sufficiently loose to do so and not cause a problem. And one would hope that there really is not so much "friction" as to cause swelling.
The general "rule" is that if you can retract when flaccid, then you will be able to put the foreskin forward again after an erection, when you go flaccid again.
But if you cannot retract when erect, well, the stretches we describe are what you need to do.