Phimosis problem

Can a man with phimosis make a woman pregnant?


Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back over the head of the penis (glans). The basic tight foreskin in front of the penis being that cannot be pulled back is called Phimosis or paraphimosis.

Phimosis is a condition wherein the foreskin of your penis is tighter than usual, making it difficult to retract or pull back.

In other words, Phimosis objects to the inability to retract the distal (prepuce) foreskin tipped over the glans penile part. Physiologic phimosis occurs naturally in newborn males and is easily understandable to circumcise.  

It describes a condition in which the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back over the head or glans of the penis. It is common to be observed with uncircumcised penises in the later years of a child.

Phimosis could lead to inflammation of the penis, called balanitis, or inflammation of both the glans and the foreskin, called balanoposthitis.

Who is subjected to Phimosis?

The uncircumcised penis is prone to get affected with Phimosis. It is observed more in boys than in men. The men who fall ill to Phimosis could have got it either by self disturbances or sexually transmitted diseases.

Repeated urinary tract infections, foreskin infection, repeated rough handling of the foreskin, 

foreskin trauma are the main causes of Phimosis in older boys or younger men. Old age men could also fall ill to phimosis but it is rare compared to what the percentage is occurring in young age men and boys.

Can Phimosis affect fertility?

First of all, there is no stated scientific evidence to confirm the presence or lack of a foreskin affects fertility. Fertility is the subject of semen and testicles but not about the structural and outlook conditions of the penis.

There are a variety of infections and disorders that can affect the well-being of the penis and still be eligible for fertility.

Phimosis is a structural penile abnormality so it may affect the proper reachment of the sperm cell into the female vagina. The surgical treatment of this disorder usually solves the infertility problem, if at all the problem faced with Phimosis is an obstacle to semen right passage to the vaginal discharge. 

Phimosis could only lead to inflammation of the penis and be caused by various conditions or disorders like repeated urinary tract infections, foreskin infection, repeated rough handling of the foreskin, and foreskin trauma.

Can a man suffering from Phimosis make a woman pregnant?

First of all, Phimosis is mostly a boyhood condition and a boy doesn't look after making a woman pregnant. 

Secondly, a man suffering from Phimosis is a rare condition and the man who is suffering from Phimosis may or may not feel the pain. The painless Phimosis does not make sense of its existence to the person who is possessing it.

There are cases where a man indulged in sexual intercourse while having Phimosis unknowingly and learning it only after the sexual activity.

Sexual intercourse is a rapid frictional momentum generated upon the insertion of a penis into the vagina. The Phimosis-like condition only makes the penis look thick and increases the friction with the foreskin not being pulled back and the man produces more thrust to completely enter the vaginal position or G-spot. 

If the Phimosis condition is hygenic, the man is alright to engage in sexual intercourse. However, Phimosis doesn't mean blocking the hole that bypasses semen or urine. It is only the condition that the foreskin resided over the glans or shaft of the penis could not be pulled back. 

Thus, a man who is free from all other sexual dysfunctions or malfunctions and if his sperm count is good, and his testicles are perfectly alright in producing semen and sexual stimulations, he could make a woman pregnant even in the presence of Phimosis.

Phimosis is just enough to make more friction in sexual intercourse. That's all. It does not mean infertility as Phimosis is simply another name for an uncircumcised penis.

As sex education is the least known or discussed subject, most of the men live with uncircumcised penis only and it is normal.

Thereby, a man who is free from sexually transmitted diseases and perfectly in condition to fertilize through testicles and its ejection of semen is perfectly eligible to make a woman pregnant. Some people enjoy sex while Phimosis.

Take Away 

The elastic behavior of the penis in changing its shape and form from flaccid to erection gives it access to compromise from Phimosis-like conditions. Masturbation and sexual intercourse are the natural way to relax from Phimosis. The serious outcoming Phimosis is only cured with surgery or the medicinal supplement under a doctor's prescription. Castor oil and coconut oil can be used to massage onto the penis foreskin in an expectation to detach the foreskin from the penile glans. Circumcision is a preventive way to Phimosis.