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Rate my Penis; Foreskin Retraction

This page abstract: Describes variations in penises for different men, including circumcised penis and foreskin retraction.

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Rate my Penis; Foreskin Retraction

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Written by: Gunborg Palme, certified psychologist and certified psychotherapist, teacher and tutor in psychotherapy.
First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 26 Aug 2008.

I'm 18 yrs old now. I don't know how to rate my penis, if it is immature because when I compare my penis to others like those porn star have, I found my one is totally different... My penis head (the mushroom like part) does not pop out yet! The skin is still covering the penis and when I touch this part I feel a little painful... I'm afraid that I cannot have sex in future.

Answer:

Every penis is different like every man is different. Your penis is OK and you will be able to have sex in the future.

If a man has not been circumcised, the foreskin usually covers the head of the penis, but the head will come out during intercourse or if you pull down the foreskin.

For some men, the foreskin is so tight that it cannot be pulled down. This may cause pain during intercourse, and if so, a minor surgery procedure can correct this problem. Not being able to pull down the foreskin also makes it more difficult to keep the penis clean, since it is important to clean the part of the penis which is hidden by the foreskin.

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