How Phimostop works
Analyzing the effects of phimosis it was found that only a small part of the foreskin is affected by the narrowing caused by the disease, while the rest of the tissue is perfectly functional.
Both in cases of acquired phimosis and in that of congenital phimosis, a “loop” of harder, inelastic cells is present on the foreskin, which prevents the glans from being completely uncovered : the phimotic ring . The scar ring that has formed causes discomfort and pain , often disabling, also to perform the most common and frequent hygienic and sexual operations. Furthermore, the persistence of this situation can have dangerous consequences.
And it is precisely on this scar ring (phimotic ring) that Phimostop acts.
Taking advantage of the natural propensity of the epidermal tissue to change , if subjected to prolonged dilating pressures, Phimomed researchers have developed a system that allows the body to restore the natural functionality of the foreskin through a delicate, minimal and progressive dilation .
Through the Phimostop procedure, the scar ring is weakened and rarefied allowing the growth of new elastic cells that replace, in a short period of time, the inelastic ones. Thus the foreskin is soon free again.
This is why the use of the Phimostop procedure may make circumcision surgery unnecessary.