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post #21 of 23

I agree that it's absolutely up to the owner of the penis. I also have a lot of sympathy for the OP's fiance.

 

OTOH, I've never been with an intact man, so I can't speak from personal experience. But, I know one woman who says she's never had non-painful sex with any man who was circ'd, and never had painful sex with am an who was intact. This is obviously not the norm (I've certainly had lots of non-painful sex, with only circ'd partners), but it's very difficult for the OP to talk about what this "will" mean for the two of them, as she can't know what it will mean until and unless the circ is actually done.

post #22 of 23

Just wanted to add that as a psoriasis sufferer I have found it to be related to candida (yeast).  A very strict no sugar diet clears it up or reduces it after a few weeks.  Psoriasis on the glans will be more painful IMO and your bf will have lost the most sensitive part of his penis if he is circ'd.

post #23 of 23
In this case this wont be of much help but for others who might find this thread while searching it is important to remember that a total circ is always the very last option. There is the dorsal slit and the removal of the sphincter at the tip for the treatment of true phimosis (diagnosed in late puberty or adulthood not for a child under the age of 16 since it cant be diagnosed then)
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