After sex I get a hard ring around the circumference of my penis just under the skin. It is about a centimeter below the glans. It usually softens and goes away after a couple of days.
When I pull the foreskin over the head of my penis, there is a right ring around the base of the head. If I pull the skin back further, it's very tight, but it moves. If I get a very strong erection, the ring causes irritation and it hurts.
The presence of a dark ring around the penis is not something that should cause concern in isolation. It could be just an area of hyperpigmentation or a scar from where the penis was circumcised. Neither of these two conditions in uncommon and requires any medical treatment.
Tight foreskin is caused by a condition called phimosis. Most cases resolve before adolescence, but some may last into adulthood. Learn more.
the tightness is not that severe where it cuts off blood supply . the tightness is the result from the top tip of the foreskin which is tight forcing the rubberband like appearence when foreskin is erect and pulled back ,it rinkles up to the head but is tight ring when completely pulled back.have you seen this before and what is the cause .
A tight-fitting ring at the base of your penis can also help prevent "venous leakage," a type of erectile dysfunction that results from tissues in your penis failing to properly lock in blood ...
Indentation of the penis causing narrowing of the penis is often associated with loss of erection hardness. This apparently is caused by scar affecting blood vessels and blood flow in the penis. This apparently is caused by scar affecting blood vessels and blood flow in the penis.
If you have an extreme closure or pinhole phimosis, that means your foreskin ring is extremely tight and small. This is generally the case when you cannot insert fingers inside the foreskin. You will need to stretch the hole wider. Pull your foreskin backwards over the head of the penis as much as possible without any pain.
Cut off say 1 metre of ptfe (it is only about 0.1mm thick), wrap it around the circumference of the ring around and around, keep going until it is all wrapped around, (it is best that it is wide enough to overlap both sides) so that the ring gets a fraction of a millimetre bigger.