Elsa. Age: 24.
NCBI Bookshelf. They may think his foreskin is too tight and that he might need an operation. But it's a little known fact that the foreskins of nearly all newborn boys are tight or stuck to the head of their penis glans.
Moriah. Age: 27.
Noninfectious Penile Lesions
We here at SELF give vaginas a lot of attention, which makes sense. But penises—including uncircumcised penises in particular—deserve their time in the sun, too. Why the emphasis on the uncircumcised penis instead of, well, all of them? Here are 11 things everyone should know about uncircumcised penises, and, as a bonus, some circumcision facts sprinkled in, too.
Hallie. Age: 22.
Is there a safe, nonsurgical way to enlarge the opening of an uncircumcised penis?
Back to Health A to Z. Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back over the head of the penis glans. Phimosis is normal in babies and toddlers, but in older children it may be the result of a skin condition that has caused scarring.
A more recent article on noninfectious penile lesions is available. JOEL M. IAN M.