I have an issue that I've been struggling with for far too long and I think it's time to resolve it once and for all. I'm so happy that I found this forum and would love your advice and suggestions. The issue: I cannot pull the foreskin over the head of my penis when I have an erection. The opening is too small and is a problem during sex. I have to make sure the skin is all the way to the top before I have intercourse so that when the skin does retract when thrusting it doesn't go down too far down and cause me pain and force me to stop. I can however pull the skin all the way down when I'm flacid, only enough to expose the head. I've read online that the problem may be that the preputial ring (circular tissue at top/end of foreskin) is too small to allow the foreskin to pass over the head of the penis. I've also read that some solutions are: 1. Stretching (stretching of the foreskin can be acheived by a metal calliper or a balloon device) Glansie.com - cure phimosis GFS | Phimosis | Gentle Foreskin Stretcher | Tight Foreskin Cure 2. Steriod Cream (Betamethasone 0.05% has been proven to assist with making the foreskin stretch and should be used more often especially in combination with the balloon or calliper technique of stretching) Thank you in advance.