We are able to offer help for men who are experiencing problems with their foreskin and wish to avoid circumcision.
We can also support and advise circumcised men who want to restore their foreskin using non-surgical techniques.
For men who want to keep their foreskin, circumcision should be the last course of treatment for a problem foreskin.
We have two booklets available to order.
The first, Alternatives to circumcision, uses non-technical language to describe the techniques that can alleviate most problems of the foreskin.
The second booklet, Clinical guidelines for the management of phimosis, provides advice and guidance for medical professionals.
You can order either of these booklets from us using the contact form.
We receive many enquiries from teenage boys about the function and care of the foreskin.
If this is you, we can refer you to a qualified doctor who can offer you advice confidentially.
Feel free to get in touch using our contact form.
The normal intact penis needs no special care.
There are two simple pieces of advice.
When washing, avoid direct contact with soap and avoid excessive use of bubble baths and gels.
The foreskin is a delicate structure, so that even a well-meaning adult can easily damage this part of the anatomy. The only person who should attempt to retract a child’s foreskin is the child himself.
If you have other questions, please get in touch using our contact form.
For the media
We are able to provide resources for media including video and audio content, interviews, interviewees, facts, and figures.
Please use our contact form to get in touch.