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Hi, ive got a weird question that i can figure out. Apparently i have a "Loose Circumcision" where i have some extra skin. When i go to use a condom, do i pull my skin back even though it doesnt cover the head? Please help
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Sam W
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If the skin still covers most of the penis, then it might be best to use the same procedure for putting on a condom that someone who is uncircumcised does. You, or your partner, will need to first gently move the foreskin back a bit, then put on the condom, rolling it about halfway down the shaft of the penis before letting go of the foreskin, and then rolling the condom down to the base. You can read more about that in this article:
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