In adults, there are a number of risk factors and causes of phimosis, though it only tends to be a problem if it causes symptoms. In this article, we.
Adult phimosis (ie, pathologic or true phimosis) may be caused by poor hygiene or an underlying medical condition (eg, diabetes mellitus).
Phimosis in a young child is likely to improve on its own. In adults, phimosis will not go away unless surgery is performed or an infection is.
Read about phimosis (tight foreskin), which is normal in babies and toddlers. In adults, phimosis can occasionally be associated with sexually transmitted.
We report our experience with ten adults who underwent a new method of surgery for correction of phimosis via a longitudinal circumcision of the prepuce along.