Will your foreskin grow back

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No, it will never grow back.

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Can a boy's foreskin grow back after circumcision?


Can a person be circumcised twice?

No, however complications can arise where more work has to be carried out to repair damage done if possible, by the original circumcision. The foreskin will not grow back.

Did you understand you were circumcised did you find out when you saw a boy with a foreskin on his penis?

No, I did not. I thought I would still grow a foreskin.

You are 13 and have no foreskin?

If you don't have foreskin that means you have been circumcised. Circumcision is a surgery during which part of the skin of the penis, called the foreskin, is cut off of the rest of the penis. After circumcision the head of the penis is always exposed since there is no foreskin left to cover it. Foreskin does not grow back after it has been cut off. Most circumcisions are performed when boys are only a few days old, which is why you don't remember it.

Why is the back of your penis head a dark color?

hey, when ever i pull back my foreskin the end of my penius is a dark colur but not realy dark just a middle blue.. i was wondering is it because my foreskin it to tight or ..? so i was wondering how can i fix the problem ? thank you. It changes and gets darker as you grow through Puberty. It is normal.

What could happen if a boy's penile foreskin is forced back too early?

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 is medical care required for phimosis?

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

Where would one find the frenulum?

If it is doing what it is supposed to do. which is cause the foreskin to move back over the glans of the penis when it is flaccid. it is easily distinguishable when puling the foreskin right back as a separate chord like entity that reaches from the glans to the foreskin for about 15mm until it seems to blend back into the foreskin. so it is not actually tight at all it only becomes tight when the foreskin is pulled back. the tightens of the frenulum may well be associated with the tightness of the foreskin round the penis itself. loosen the foreskin and you loosen the frenulum.

If I pull my foreskin back will it stay back until i lose my erection please help?

no it will go back slow but it will

Do you have to circumsize?

No, only if there are medical reasons to why the foreskin can't be pulled back.

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Your foreskin joining the head of the penis is cut and you are not able to move your foreskin back and the color of the penis head and the foreskin is pink in color where as i am black in color .?

If your black it should be kinda red when hard and if it is cut that means your circumsized