Phimosis in adults: a common story
Phimosis in adults: a common story
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Phimosis in adults: Paul’s story

For some time Paul has had an annoying problem with his penis: his foreskin was reddened and swollen. It wasn’t the first time this had happened, however, in the past, it had been resolved in a few days by meticulous attention to hygiene and a lot of patience.

But not this time. Indeed, the opening of his foreskin had started to shrink and thicken so much that it made freeing the glans very difficult. In this condition, it had also become extremely annoying and painful, even for routine hygiene practices.

After a few days, Paul decided to consult his GP, who identified the problem as an infection called balanoposthitis. He then prescribed an antibiotic ointment, and advised Paul to undertake a sort of ‘exercise’ that involved sliding his foreskin over his penis, being careful not to apply excessive pressure or force the movement too much.

This treatment stopped the infection straight away but, unfortunately, not the annoying foreskin restriction: even with the ‘gymnastics’ prescribed by his GP, Paul was no longer able to uncover the glans. Any attempt to do so was painful and ineffective.

Even intimate moments with his partner became difficult and embarrassing: intense pain often forced him to interrupt sex. To further compound the situation, every now and then he discovered small vertical fissures around his foreskin.

The diagnosis

He decided to consult a specialist, but the news he was given was not good: the specialist confirmed the validity of the treatment he’d been following up to then, and informed Paul that, as often happens, his balanoposthitis had developed into phimosis, with the formation of a typical inelastic scar ring on his foreskin. The only solution to resolve the problem – the specialist informed him – was a simple surgical circumcision.

“That’s easy for you to say” – Paul thought to himself: but the whole idea of ​​a scalpel, and undergoing an amputation involving his reproductive system was hard to accept. Paul took a little time, and tried to understand his problem a little better by searching on the internet. The first results of his research mission: it did indeed appear that the only way to resolve a phimosis was a circumcision.

At this point Phimostop suggested itself as an alternative phimosis cure

Phimostop: the alternative to surgery for phimosis in adults

One day, during one of his online research sessions, Paul came across a site featuring a new patented protocol for resolving phimosis and avoiding surgery: “Phimostop: hold that scalpel! Now, phimosis cure is available from pharmacies without circumcision“.

Carefully reading the information reported, it appeared that this system was natural, painless and very fast. In addition – it didn’t hurt – and was even cheaper when compared to the cost of surgical circumcision.

At first, Paul was dubious – it was the first time he’d ever hear of a way to avoid circumcision – but then, he convinced himself: it was a recently patented method, had been on sale for 8 years, had won international awards and been validated by the Ministry of Health. The prospect of avoiding circumcision was really tempting. Something worth trying:

Paul decided to order the product directly online. A few days later, Phimostop arrived at his house and he started the treatment immediately.

Ten days later, Paul was completely cured. His phimosis had disappeared and his foreskin has regained, in full, the functionality it had before the balanoposthitis: urination, hygiene and sexual relations were no longer a problem.