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    Mason

    From the earliest I can remember I was able to retract my foreskin. When I was little it covered over the glans fully and came a little further beyond. As I moved into puberty my foreskin became shorter, so that when soft the glans was only about half covered. In high school, I began keeping the foreskin pulled back and was able to keep it retracted fairly well, though not perfectly. Later, when I asked my doctor about getting a circumcision, he asked why I wanted it done, as my foreskin was short. The truth was I hated that it pushed forward at certain times. It was embarrassing, but after being used to having the glans uncovered, it felt uncomfortable. I can still tell when the last bits of post-circ foreskin roll down onto the corona. Has anyone else had similar experiences?

  • #7878 Reply

    George

    My foreskin also shrunk during puberty and also left half my glans exposed. I’m a show-er, not a grower and I wonder if that has something to do with it. My foreskin would often, but not always, self-retract. Meaning that even when flaccid, it would sometimes retract leaving my glans exposed. For me, it was almost as if my penis wanted to be circumcised.

  • #7881 Reply

    Mason

    My experience was that even with a short foreskin it was beneficial for comfort, hygiene, and appearance to get circumcised. It is hard to explain but it was worth the trouble of having it done.

  • #7883 Reply

    George

    Yes! I know exactly what you mean. Even though my glans was exposed most of the time after puberty, it still feels more natural for me to have absolutely no loose skin at all on my penis.

  • #7891 Reply

    Dylan

    Interesting, my foreskin was very long and i always had more than full coverage. But I never had any problems with retraction or it getting stuck or torn or anything.

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