- bending and twisting
- red, sore and itchy
- odd-looking patch
- opening in the wrong place
- changing colours
- tight foreskin.
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Written by: Dr Margaret Stearn
Edited by: Dr Margaret Stearn
Last updated: Monday, March 20th 2017
In part 1 of Dr Phil Hammond's penis trilogy he discusses the head of the penis and foreskin, how to keep it clean, and what to do if the foreskin is tight. Click on the video below to find out more.
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- Bending and twisting of the penis
- Discharge from the penis
- Red, sore and itchy penis
- Odd-looking patch on the penis
- Opening in the wrong place on the penis
- Changing colours of the penis
- Tight foreskin
- Penis size
- Basic anatomy - the penis
- Erection problems
- Genital warts
- Genital infections
- Lumps on genitals in men
- Dr Phil - Genital infections
- Dr Phil - Mine's not so big
- Dr Phil - Penis Part 1, The foreskin (video)
- Dr Phil - Penis Part 2, Lumps, bumps and STIs (video)
- Dr Phil - Penis Part 3, Size, shape and firmness (video)