I’m not used to walking after foreskin surgery
Hello, according to your description, It belongs to local pain caused by unhealed wound, which leads to inconvenient walking. It is recommended not to walk casually for the time being, keep the pudendal hygiene, use underwear to raise the penis as much as possible, reduce the friction of the penis, and take anti-inflammatory drugs orally to control inflammation. Generally, the wound will heal about 7 days after foreskin surgery, and the discomfort symptoms will gradually disappear.
There is no need to be nervous about the situation mentioned by the patient. Usually, it takes about one month after circumcision before the human body can basically adapt. According to the situation mentioned by you, it is recommended to wear loose underwear to avoid friction. Your situation is a normal reaction.
Do foreskin surgery is not accustomed, high sensitivity is normal physiological phenomenon, because your surgery is too late, under normal circumstances about 8 years old to cut the foreskin will not lead to glans sensitive, this sensitive state, the need for frequent friction underwear will slowly return to normal, observation, there is no drug to treat this sensitive state