A phimosis is a state in which the foreskin is covered.
The clitoris, which is a penis or a girl's clitoris, is in a state where it cannot be peeled off while wearing the foreskin even if the turtle head erects, but in the case of clitoris, the tag of phimosis clitoris is often used.
When the genitals develop with secondary sexual characteristics, the glans is often exposed from the foreskin during an erection.
However, the foreskin ring of the foreskin may be in a narrowed state, or it may adhere to the glans and cannot be peeled off. This is phimosis.
The name changes depending on the degree, and in some cases, treatment may be provided.
Two-dimensionally, phimosis is often included in the phimosis.
It is not a phimosis, but it is listed for convenience.
It is usually covered with a foreskin, but the glans is exposed at the time of erection, and it can be easily turned by hand.
Keeping the inside of the foreskin clean is not a problem, and there is no functional problem.
Due to the small size of the phimosis ring at the tip of the foreskin, the glans cannot be exposed even if an erection occurs.
If it is terrible, the phimosis ring may not open unless you can even urinate.
Sexual activity diminishes the irritation to the glans penis, and smegma tends to accumulate, so treat the true phimosis.
In addition, it seems that there is only one AV actor with true phimosis, and it seems that sexual activity is sufficiently possible depending on the degree. However, since the rod part has a thin sexual feeling other than the tip of the phimosis ring that has become a little mouth shape, it is necessary to intensively stimulate this part to ejaculate.
In Chinese characters, it is written as "incarceration".
The glans can be exposed, but the phimosis ring is too small, and when it erects in earnest, it tightens the area around the corona of glans.
To be correct, it is "foreskin ring stenosis", and the cantonal foreskin is a state in which a person in this state has an erection and the skin cannot be restored.
Mild ones are common in adolescence.