Homeopathy Medicine for Phimosis


A tight foreskin is common in newborn boys who are not circumcised, but it typically stops being an issue by the age of three. Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin cannot be retracted (pulled back) from around the tip of the penis.


By age 3, a boy should be able to easily retract his foreskin, but the main sign of phimosis is the inability to do so. The foreskin usually becomes looser over time, but in some boys, this process can take longer.

Another common symptom of phimosis is a swelling of the foreskin while urinating.


Phimosis can happen naturally, though it is unknown why some boys develop it while others do not. The condition can also happen if the foreskin is forcedly retracted before it is ready, which can harm the skin and leave scarring and make it harder to retract the foreskin later on.

Phimosis in boys or men can be brought on by an infection or inflammation of the foreskin or the head of the penis (glans), which can also result from poor hygiene or an infection of the foreskin.


When the foreskin retracts but is unable to return to its normal position, a condition known as paraphimosis can develop. This may call for immediate medical attention. One side effect of paraphimosis is a decrease in blood flow to the penis’s tip.

Lubricating the glans and the foreskin may help slide the foreskin back up, and the treatment options for paraphimosis are similar to those for phimosis.


In this article, we will discuss how a phimosis cure in homeopathy occurs, how homeopathy treatment is effective on phimosis, how to treat phimosis at home without surgery, and how to treat candidal balanitis in homeopathy. Phimosis is the most bothersome symptom in adolescents, and it also affects children and diabetic patients.

MERC IOD :Medications that work best for phimosis with inflammation of the penis’ foreskin

MERC COR :helpful for paraphimosis as well as phimosis with heat in the penis.

CANDIDA ALBICANS :helpful for phimosis, a disease brought on by an infection and high blood sugar.

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