I didn't mention it in regard to that previous thread
, but if you have
been reading the posts here in detail, you would have noticed that I always specify not the cream, but the ointment
form which sticks where it is put, requires less to be applied and penetrates
the skin more effectively.
Now, in this picture
that you posted before
, what you have is the tight part forming a constriction, and your inner foreskin (which is not
through it. What you want is to apply the steroid only
around that tight area where there is a "step" between the end of the outer foreskin and the part that has been pushed out through it forming a "nipple", essentially just at the base
of that little nipple. When you do this little manoeuvre, by bringing
the tight part onto the outside, you make it quite easy to apply the steroid cream/ ointment.
And specifically, you only apply the very tiniest
dab, all around that tight ring so that it rubs in and there is none excess to wipe onto any other part. Because you want it to stay
where it is put, you apply it after
stretching rather than before, and arguably you also pee first so you do not have to again for a while - I suspect you would generally do that anyway.