No pain, no pleasure!
1. I am 27-years-old and unmarried. My foreskin, during erection comes back from the head normally. And I don't find any pain during masturbation. But a small part of the foreskin remains attached to the tip of the organ. But this attachment doesn't prevent uncovering the total head of the penis. However, I can't pull the foreskin beyond the head due to that attachment. Is it normal? I have heard that for phimosis, the head doesn't come out of the foreskin. But in my case, it comes out completely but with one small part attached to the tip. The attachment portion is in the bottom part of the penis. Will this create problem after marriage?
Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla: As long as the attached foreskin is not interfering in erection and ejaculation it is harmless and it does not cause any problem in married life. However, whenever in doubt one should consult a surgeon for a physical examination.