Personally I have know clue, (Im not a guy) Im just guessing that you cant pull it too far. As you said it hurts. Remember its connected to your penis. I would probably say pull it just until it feels confertable for you.
Are you asking this for putting on a condom? If you are there is a wensite in here that helps you out if you are not circumcised...go here it will help you...www.scarleteen.com/infection/condom.html Scroll down until you see Extra Tips. Hope that helps!
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[This message has been edited by glitter695 (edited 02-17-2001).]
Normally, if you're uncircumsized, you should be able to retract your foreskin without any pain quite far.
Miz S writes in the article on "Man's best friend":
quote:If you do have a foreskin, the foreskin can be pulled back, away from the head of the penis, and this should be pretty easy to do.
If it's difficult to do, or painful, or impossible, talk to a doctor. You need to pull back (also called retracting) the foreskin in order to put on a condom correctly. Also, if you cannot retract the foreskin adequately, sexual activities (including masturbation) can be painful.
Oh Hanne!! *bows* My deepest apologies. 't was a little late last night.
Evil, what exactly do you want to know in addition? If you ask a little more specific, I am sure I (or someone else) can help. Using condoms (no matter whether you're circumsized or nor) really isn't *that* difficult.
well in the article on the site, it said something about pullin the foreskin back then once the condom is on, push it back up gently, wouldn't the top of the condom roll underneath my foreskin once i push it back up??
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I think with "pushing back your foreskin" its simply meant that you can push it back up *a little* once the head of your penis is covered so your're more comfortable with the condom. It's not meant that you push it *all* up again, just so much that you get a little foreskin movement with the condom (so that you enjoy it more).
(Does that make sense? It's really kind of hard to explain.)
Maybe it's best if you simply try it out a few time while you're practising condom use on your own. Did that help? Please let me know if it doesn't, I'll then try to answer it better.
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