Phimosis is a penile condition that affects some adults and children who are not circumcised. Your foreskin cannot be pulled back if you have phimosis (retracted). Your penis may appear to have rings around the tip. Having phimosis isn't always a bad thing. It only becomes a problem when symptoms appear. This could occur when phimosis is severe and leaves a pinhole-sized opening. Phimosis is classified into two types: physiologic and pathologic. The physiologic type is common in childhood and usually goes away as you get older. The pathologic type is linked to a condition known as balanitis xerotica obliterans (BXO). The foreskin (also known as the prepuce) is tight when babies are born, but it usually loosens by the time they are two years old. Between the ages of 2 and 6, the foreskin loosens and begins to separate from the head of the penis. Phimosis can occur after childhood as well. Physiological phimosis (congenital) is usually not treated. Typically, your child will grow out of it. This is also known as primary phimosis by your provider.
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