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Okay... I am 14 years old.
My foreskin doesn't roll back on its own. I can easily do it by myself when my penis is flacid. When it's erect - I can do it, but it goes like this one:
[Picture! Not mine.] - but the "ring" is not so thick and big.
And if I pull just a little bit more, it goes like this one:
It doesn't hurt, it's just a bit uncomfortable for me after the "second pull".
I also have Hirsuties coronae glandis (penile papules), but from what I've read - they are not dangerous, infectious and don't need to be treated as they are not a problem. But what about blow jobs? I'm not going to have one soon, as I am pretty young, but I'm just wondering.
My penis is 14 cm long, 14 cm in girth and 4.5 cm in diameter when erect and about 4-5 cm in lenght when flacid. Is it normal? Would I be able to satisfy a woman?
Would sex hurt?
Do I have a tight foreskin, frenulum breve, phimosis or something like that? Or I'm just a normal dude with no problems at all? Or I just need a little stretching?
Thanks in advance for the answers and pardon my English, it's not my first language. : )))

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Based on what you've posted here, I don't see any cause for concern. If you can move your foreskin back away from the head of your penis, even if it's only just past it, and do so without pain, and it moves around comfortably when, say, you're masturbating, you're probably just fine.

Papules are also nothing to worry about, and they're not something like an infection you have to worry about with any sex with partners.

Whether or not you will be able to "satisfy" a partner is about a lot of things, and the size of your genitals will likely be the least of that, no matter what size your penis is.

What makes partners feel satisfied isn't usually something as minor as penis size, but bigger things, behavioral things, like a partner being responsive, creative, communicative, spontaneous, reciprocal, etc. As well, know that when it comes to vaginal intercourse, that activity alone, whatever the penis involved is like, doesn't tend to result in super-wow-yay-whoopee-sex or orgasm for a majority of women.

But it sounds like you've got yourself an average size penis there, if that's your concern. [Smile]

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Okay... I just want to be sure. -- I can only go to the seventh picture and a bit further, but not like the eight one.
It's like this one:
and this one:
And when you masturbate, do you have to pull back the foreskin? I do it sometimes, but it soon gets dry and becomes uncomfortable, so I stop. And when it becomes dry, the foreskin starts to stick to the glans and it gets even more uncomfortable.
Is everything normal? : )

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