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Foreskin Problems (cont.)

Foreskin Problems Treatment

Foreskin Problems Self-Care at Home

At this time, there is no recommended home therapy for phimosis except to practice good hygeine. Keep the groin area clean and dry.

Self-care treatment for paraphimosis includes applying ice to the penis to reduce swelling. One method is to place ice in a rubber glove and then place the penis inside the glove. After cold application, apply pressure to the glans while simultaneously pulling forward on the foreskin. If this does not resolve the problem, then immediately contact a doctor or go to an Emergency Department. If this is a recurrent problem, contact a doctor for an appointment.

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