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  • Instaketo Actually over time, boys before puberty will experience skin retraction (shortening of the foreskin) so that the head of the penis will look naturally. You need treatment only if phimosis occurs after the foreskin is pulled back (past puberty). Or even though the foreskin is not yet interested, but the head of the penis experiences redness, pain, or swelling, phimosis must be treated quickly by circumcision (circumcision).There are various possible causes of phimosis, including infections or skin conditions. The diagnosis can be made based on the patient's medical history. Phimosis only affects uncircumcised men and is more common in men than men.Normal phimosis in uncircumcised infants and toddlers, because the foreskin is still attached to the gland.

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