There is no hard and fast rule, for some it is quite short showing the end of the glans even when the penis is flaccid, yet for others it may totally cover the glans and go well beyond.
By examination of the word 'long' one would assume the question is referring to a foreskin greater than average. Average foreskin covers the glans of the penis completely when soft. When erect average foreskin typically slides back and exposes some if not all of the glans. If a man has 'long' foreskin, by description alone it suggests that the foreskin is of a greater/longer amount than average. Some men with longer foreskins can have an erection with no exposure of the glans. In other cases the foreskin can be long enough to cover the glans during erection with excess at the tip. Typically the position of the foreskin is dependant upon the elasticity and size of the frenum, which attatches the foreskin to the underside of the glans. The more flexible and abundant the frenum is, the more likely the foreskin is able to slide up and down.
The foreskin of an uncircumsized newborn should NEVER be pulled back; it is a myth and it is dangerous to do this. It should never be forced back by a parent, no matter what the reason the parent has. Keep your hands off of it. Tissues of the glans penis and of the covering foreskin are not yet differentiated, and the foreskin should be left alone. Some physicians consider that an unretracted foreskin can be normal and non-problematic even as late as puberty. Yes, there can be problems with the foreskin, but pathological phimosis (a medically problematic unretractable foreskin) is virtually NEVER a competent diagnosis at birth.AnswerThe foreskin does not retract at birth. Forcing it back at this age can cause tearing and scarring meaning it will be difficult to retract in the future.
When you have an erection the penis also become longer. The foreskin is not always long enough to stretch all the way.
If your black it should be kinda red when hard and if it is cut that means your circumsized
There is no foreskin around your urethra. In the male the urethra finishes at the ending of the glans of the penis. If your foreskin starts to bleed then you have obviously damaged it somehow and if you dont know hoe it happened you should see a doctor about it.
No the removal of the foreskin is an ancient religious or tribal custom that has no good reason to be done. as a matter of fact it is a harmful practice.
Roll it forward if it's the normal way for your foreskin to be. No need for a circumcision unless you have pain.
If the foreskin cannot be pulled back into place treatment should be sought. If the blood flow to the penis is restricted then emergency treatment is required and if the foreskin cannot be pulled back a surgical cut to the trapped foreskin may be needed
Normally the foreskin is supposed to lay on top of the glans (nob), but it should be easily retractable. It is retracted in order to clean under it, and to have sex, but otherwise it should remain over the glans. If a foreskin remains retracted too long, it can cause reduced blood flow to the tip of the penis which may cause tissue damage or even tissue death.
The camel itself is a foreskin.
If your penis has a lump, you should see a doctor. You can't really have too much foreskin. Many mens' foreskins hang down past the head, and this is very normal.
If you are refering to the foreskin, this is clearly genital mutilation and should be avoided.