Hi, so I've self-fiagnosed myself with phimosis. To get an idea of how wide my hole is, I can only fit a Q tip in. So that is how wide it is and none of my foreskin retracts past my glans. I'm only 15 so I think I should have a good chance to correct it. Any advice is appreciated.
Yes, you can correct it. It's not a matter of chance, but of dedication to the cause.
My advice is for you to read as much as you can on this site. In the various threads are the solutions you're looking for. One in particular contains explicit directions on what to do, along with illustrations depicting the exercises. Your particularly tight opening will require some adaptation of what you see there, but that won't prevent you from doing something.
I beleve you should be able, when your penis is flaccid, to pull the end of the foreskin out away from its normal resting place. This act will allow you to facilitate the basic exericise of enlarging the opening. It will also allow the insertion of a device such as a skin tunnel, perhaps your best choice. Try this and get back to us on how that works and we'll get you started.
Brett, you are absolutely correct! You can cure yourself very well of this condition (not disease). I cured my 18 yr. old condition using the techniques described here. Jim & Paul are doing an invaluable service. You are only 15!! Miracles can work for you if you are committed to the methods discussed here. So get it done.
Brett (no login)
August 1 2012, 4:37 PM
Thanks for feedback so far, when I start stretching will the overhang of my penis stay? Also have you heard of the GlansPro? Is it worth it? Would I be able to do this by hand using the techniques described in the other topic fairly fast? Ballon tet = okay. Telling from ny descriptions would you say I had a short frenulum? Thanks
Your overhang will probably not change. How much is there?
Until now, I had not heard of the GlansPro. It's an interesting looking contraption, and will probably work to a degree. The only problem I see is those tiny points of contact which might hurt as pressure is put upon the skin. Using fingers applies pressure much more evenly and comfortably. In your case of extreme tightness, the tool may have some merit in getting you started in dilating the opening.
I think you could have just a good results using skin tunnels, and you'd save a bundle. Have you read enough of this first page to know how they're used?
It hopefully will stay, given that this is an important and most elegant part of the penis.
The GlansPro? I hadn't seen it before either but am fascinated to note the profuse marketing "hype" on their page.
They correctly note the primary problem of the "Glansie" as having too "pointy" tips on the instrument to be useful for other than initial treatment of the tightest forms of phimosis, but the fact is, their device is little better. They also promote the fact that it has no "lock" to hold the stretch - you have to do that with your hand, which is clearly tiresome and rather than producing more consistent stretch, is likely to make it more erratic. I won't comment on the price because good surgical instruments do cost similarly.
If you want rapid stretching results, you want a "device" as described elsewhere, that you can keep in place for hours at a time, progressing to all day and even night. But basically, our advice is always to get going with the finger stretching - and do it right now!
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