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Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin of the penis is too tight to be pulled back over the head of the penis (glans).

It can occur in males of any age but is most common in boys who are not yet circumcised. In most cases, phimosis is not a serious problem and can be treated with topical creams or stretching exercises. In some cases, circumcision may be necessary.

If you’re experiencing pain, difficulty urinating, or other symptoms, it’s important to see a doctor to determine the cause and appropriate treatment. Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin of the penis is unable to be fully retracted.

In individuals with diabetes, phimosis can occur as a complication of diabetes-related complications such as diabetic neuropathy and poor blood flow to the penis. Diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage caused by high blood sugar levels, can affect the nerves that control the muscles in the foreskin, making it difficult to retract the foreskin.

Poor blood flow to the penis can also affect the health of the foreskin and make it more susceptible to infection and inflammation. If phimosis is left untreated, it can lead to complications such as difficulty urinating, pain during intercourse, and increased risk of infection.

Treatment options for phimosis in individuals with diabetes include topical steroid creams, foreskin stretching exercises, and in severe cases, circumcision. It is important for individuals with diabetes to monitor and manage their blood sugar levels to prevent diabetic neuropathy and poor blood flow to the penis. They should also practice good hygiene and regularly check for signs of infection or inflammation on the penis.

If phimosis is suspected, it is important to seek medical attention to prevent further complications.

  • Some teenagers have a glans hypersensitivity that prevents complete retraction of the glans.
  • It is most often the result of inflammation or repeated infections of the foreskin (infertile balanitis)
  • The foreskin of a teenager can also become whitish, thick and hard by a foreskin disease called lichen sclerosus.
  • Phimosis may be asymptomatic. It prevents however an adequate hygiene. Sometimes, a slight phimosis can crack gradually and it causes erections more and more painful. Phimosis can cause infections (infectious balanitis).
  • Some teens as a young adult simply have a lack of flexibility in the prepuce which is difficult to retract into erection or during sexual activity.
  • Moreover, in cases of severe phimosis, urination is sometimes painful. The prepuce can even swell before the flow of urine empties.

Phimosis can occur at any age. Doctor’s systematically treats boys and teenagers for this problem.

  • There is no medical treatment to prevent phimosis in uncircumcised teenagers.
  • Circumcision in the newborn obviously prevents this complication.

It takes approximately 15-20 minutes for the KSR circumcision surgery to be completed.

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