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Your foreskin is very tight when your penis is erect but loose when it is flaccid help?

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2009-07-26 20:03:33
2009-07-26 20:03:33

That is perfectly normal, and nothing to worry about.

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When a penis is not erect; it is Flaccid.


The size of a guy's penis when flaccid is not a good indicator of the erect size. Even a penis that looks small when flaccid, can grow to be of very respectable size when erect. Conversely, men who have a penis that looks large when flaccid, generally don't see very much change in actual size when erect.


When a male is sexually aroused, his penis becomes hard and erect. For an uncircumcised male, the head of his penis is covered by loose skin (the foreskin) when it is not erect but when it becomes erect, the loose skin is stretched and so the head (glans) becomes uncovered. Many men are circumcised. That means that for health, hygiene or religious reasons, some of the foreskin that would otherwise cover the glans when the penis is not erect has been surgically removed. For these men, the penis head is mostly visible even if his penis is not erect.


Do you mean flaccid or erect? If Flaccid, no. If erect, Yes.


The average erect penis length is 5.1-5.9 inches. It is important to measure the penis erect as the flaccid penis length is no indicator of the erect penis length.


Yes its totally normal. The erect penis is about twice the size of the placid penis.


Yes a foreskin is a very flexible and stretchable thing, especially art the front where there is a ring of tissue that closed it around the glans when the penis is flaccid. it expands with the penis when it becomes erect and it should be trained to retract easily back over the glans.


Yes, the size of a flaccid penis does not correlate to the size of an erect penis. Also, overweight men tend to develop a "spare tire", or fat directly above the penis. This can cause a penis to look smaller than it is, especially a flaccid organ.


Yes this is normal enough. The size when flaccid varies a lot and has not connection to the size when erect. Your real penis size is when your penis is erect. Read about "Penis Size" in Related Questions below.


That depends on whether you are measuring your penis while it is flaccid or erect. A flaccid penis would be about 3 inches normally. An erect penis is usually 4-6 inches.


Yes, your penis would turn flaccid because a man's erect penis is mostly blood.


it might still be too tight and you might need to loosen it with stretch exercises. else I'd advice to see a doctor to answer your problem.


If a man's penis head (glans) is always exposed, even when he is not erect, then he is circumcised, meaning that his foreskin has been removed. If the man's penis head is covered by skin when he is non erect, then his penis is intact The foreskin may slide back, uncovering the head of the penis.


There is no such thing as too much fore skin. A lose foreskin easily covers the glans of the flaccid penis and is able to move backwards and forwards over the glans of the erect penis to a lesser or greater degree but should alwas be able to move back of the glans.


An "uncut" penis is uncircumcised; that is, the foreskin is intact. The end of an uncircumcised ("uncut") penis is covered by a tubular flap of skin called the "foreskin." When the penis becomes erect, the foreskin draws back to expose the head of the penis.


A "Shower" is a man who has a large flaccid penis, which stays around the same size when erect. A "Grower" is a men whose flaccid penis is small, but becomes much larger when erect. You can see an example of a grower at GrowerVsShower.com


No you should always have the head of your penis covered by the foreskin when it is not erect. If you find that the foreskin does not return of its own accord it may pay for you to do some foreskin stretching exercises.


3.5 inches flaccid and 5.0 to 6.0 erect.


If you are circumcised, then the head of your penis will always be exposed. If you are uncircumcised, the head of your penis will be covered by the foreskin when your penis is not erect.


No, you can't tell the size of an erect penis by looking at it when it is flaccid.


The prepuce (foreskin) is the loose fold of skin encircling the penis.


If you are circumcised, then the head of your penis will always be exposed. If you are uncircumcised, the head of your penis will be covered by the foreskin when your penis is not erect.


If you are circumcised, then the head of your penis will always be exposed. If you are uncircumcised, the head of your penis will be covered by the foreskin when your penis is not erect.


There is no hard and fast rule, usually the fore skin entirely covers the glans penis when it is flaccid (not erect). However in some cases some of the top of the glans may be exposed or the foreskin may extend well past the glans covering them entirely.


Flaccid in reference to the penis means in the 'relaxed' state, not erect due to sexual or other excitement or stimuli (hanging, not 'standing up')



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