Paraphimosis is when the foreskin is pulled back behind the tip of the penis and becomes stuck there. The retracted foreskin and the penis become swollen, fluid can build up, and the foreskin is unable to return to its original position. Paraphimosis should not be confused with.
It develops when the foreskin can no longer be pulled forward over the tip of the penis. This causes the foreskin to become swollen and stuck, which may slow or stop the flow of blood to the tip of the penis. Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin can no longer be pulled.
(Circumcision is when the foreskin of the penis is removed, usually in the first few days after birth.) Paraphimosis happens when the foreskin.
WebMD explains two penis conditions: Phimosis and paraphimosis. They can happen to uncircumcised and partially circumcised men. They're preventable and .