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i have just pulled back my foreskin and there is alot of white "stuff" on it, i am 13. is this normal? is it meant to be there? how do i get it off?

david on 13 October 2008 32 Comments

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  • this is smegma . a bld up of dead skin cells mainly . but can also be old not washed off cum . it.s natural tho . so nothin 2 be worried abt . however . u shld deffo pull ur 4skin right bk everytime u bath/shower & wash all around the area . pull right bk so u can get under the rim 2 . cuz it can bld up there 2 ! but if u clean regular as a routine . then u shld.nt really get anyb bld up . i bathe daily . wash there daily . so i never get it now . alltho i did abit when i was real young & was.nt 2 sure how/where 2 clean there ! if u cant pull ur 4skin bk . c ur doc . cuz u mite need 2 be circumcised . also leavin smegma long term can not always but can lead 2 penile cancer l8r in life . so it.s essential 2 clean regular ! btw . this is.nt just a male thing . girls get it 2 ! i hope this helps :o)

    Posted by kane on 22 March 2011  |  2 people found this useful

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  • I am 13 and recently retracted my foreskin behind the bell end for the first time and noticed smegma. i'm scared to roll my foreskin back far enough again to wash it off. what do i do?

    Posted by Joe on 28 October 2010  |  2 people found this useful

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  • Hey guys, I've just pulled back my foreskin for the first time and im 14. A few months ago I couldn't pull it back at all. Just pull it back a bit more and stretch it a little bit everytime you pee or masturbate and after a while it'll loosen up and you should be able to pull it right back. :)

    Posted by Sam on 26 March 2013  |  0 people found this useful

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  • this is smegma . a bld up of dead skin cells mainly . but can also be old not washed off cum . it.s natural tho . so nothin 2 be worried abt . however . u shld deffo pull ur 4skin right bk everytime u bath/shower & wash all around the area . pull right bk so u can get under the rim 2 . cuz it can bld up there 2 ! but if u clean regular as a routine . then u shld.nt really get anyb bld up . i bathe daily . wash there daily . so i never get it now . alltho i did abit when i was real young & was.nt 2 sure how/where 2 clean there ! if u cant pull ur 4skin bk . c ur doc . cuz u mite need 2 be circumcised . also leavin smegma long term can not always but can lead 2 penile cancer l8r in life . so it.s essential 2 clean regular ! btw . this is.nt just a male thing . girls get it 2 ! i hope this helps :o)

    Posted by kane on 22 March 2011  |  2 people found this useful

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  • hi i am 15 years old and i have just pulled back my forskin and there is white stuff on it what is it ?? also i had a wank with the foreskin pulled back and it hurt as it felt like the skin was getting streched and when i pulled it back there was alittle cut i need to make the skin strech more how can i do this??

    Posted by gregg on 19 March 2011  |  0 people found this useful

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  • I am 13 and recently retracted my foreskin behind the bell end for the first time and noticed smegma. i'm scared to roll my foreskin back far enough again to wash it off. what do i do?

    Posted by Joe on 28 October 2010  |  2 people found this useful

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