Some people and children who are not circumcised develop phimosis, a disorder of the penis. Phimosis prevents the foreskin from being pulled back (retracted). Your penis may appear to have rings around the tip.
Phimosis itself is not necessarily a concern. When it produces symptoms, it only then turns into an issue. This could occur when phimosis is severe and results in a pinhole-sized aperture.
These signs and symptoms could be present in someone with phimosis:
- When infected or inflamed, there may be redness or discolouration.
- An infection or irritation may cause swelling (inflammation).
- Pain while urinating
- discomfort during or after sexual activity.
Phimosis actually includes two types: physiologic and pathologic. The physiologic type is linked to childhood and typically goes away as you get older. Balanitis xerotica obliterans is a disorder linked to the pathologic kind (BXO).
Congenital physiological phimosis is often not treatable. Your youngster usually outgrows it.
It is necessary to cure pathological phimosis, also known as secondary phimosis.
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