Glansar - Phimosis Stretching tool to treat and cure phimosis - Made of medical stainless steel
• The Glansar foreskin stretching tool can be used to treat phimosis at home. It is simple and comfortable to use.
• A specialized tool for people with pinhole phimosis (also referred as stage 1 phimosis or severe phimosis)
• Thousands of people have trusted this tool to heal their tight foreskin and avoid circumcision.
• Made of surgical stainless steel, this tool is built to last and is hygienic for use.
• Regain your confidence, increase sexual sensitivity and enjoyment, and avoid illnesses.
• Discreetly packaged, with a 60-day money-back guarantee. Purchase with confidence
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, We have a success rate of 94.5% (till August 2021) base upon our constant feedback with our customers. Most urologists recommend going for circumcision to treat phimosis, but when 9/10 people can cure phimosis sitting at the comfort of home then why go under the blade? Also there are tons of cons of going for a circumcision. From a doctor’s point of view, surgery is a quick solution to them and also lucrative in monetary sense. Also, the doctors aren’t well taught about alternate (and better) option on curing phimosis.
Let’s say you are currently on ring size 8mm, normally, most people see success in moving up a ring size every 4-5 days. So, if you do the stretching daily and twice a day, and upto 30 minutes per session, expect to see you moving up to ring size 10mm in 4-5 days.
No sir, you will not have to use the ring forever, you’ll be using the ring only until your phimosis is cured. After which you can just do stretching exercises once a week or so, and that too, only if required. You’ll know it if you need to do. It comes intuitively.
We recommend that anyone who has phimosis and is over the age of 13 can use phimosis rings. At 13, only 2-4% of men still have phimosis since most have it resolved naturally before the age of 13.
No, you don’t need a prescription in part of the world to purchase it.
Yes, a big Yes. It works for phimosis of all stages, even if you have pinhole phimosis.
Mostly, No, you won’t feel any pain since glans aren’t that sensitive. However if you feel you have sensitive glans, so much so that you can’t even touch it, then you might feel little bit of pain. It is advised to put a layer of castor oil over your glans and try to touch the glans with your finger which is also lubricated by castor oil. Keep practising this and in a few weeks your sensitivity will decrease and you can start using rings from then on.
Try to stretch your foreskin as much as you can and see how much it slides over your glans. This should tell you a rough idea about how the size of the ring. Furthermore, just try to see which size fits better. All you need to take care is, that the ring shouldn’t be so loose that it falls off.
Once you start to notice that the ring size that you are currently wearing falls off regularly, even over the rims, that means it is time for you to move up to the next rim.
No, please don;t wear it all through the day or for periods extending more than 1 hour. It may cause inflammation of the foreskin and that would be another demon to deal.
The rings are manufactured from a similar latex free material to that used in the teats of baby bottles, so we advise to use baby bottle sterilising tablets/liquid.This can be purchased from most supermarkets and is very inexpensive. please do not use harsh chemicals or an autoclave as this can damage the rings.
The rings are manufactured from a very soft material which most users will find comfortable. If you feel soreness/pain/numbness, it is likely that you are wearing a ring which is too large. Take a rest for a day or 2, and reduce the ring size until you feel a comfortable stretch.
Scar tissue is usually less elastic than healthy unaffected skin. It is very important to modify the aggravating activity which has caused the scars (commonly sexual intercourse and masturbation, so lubrication is useful)Early in scar formation, elastic properties are very low, but as the dermal collagen and elastic fibres are replaced and realigned during the remodeling phase, elasticity will usually improve and allow stretching to take place. It can take many months for the remodelling phase of scar formation to be complete, so it is important to modify behaviours if you are to commit to resolving your phimosis with stretching.
No. Under no circumstances should you do this. Remove the stretching ring, and thoroughly wash away the skin cream prior to sexual activity.
If you’ve type 4 or type 3 phimosis it is normal to have hypersensitive glans. This is mostly due to the skin of the penis glans does not come into contact with any external surface. This prevents the skin of the glans from keratinising and therefore the sensitivity is too high. It is advised to put a layer of castor oil over your glans and try to touch the glans with your finger which is also lubricated by castor oil. Keep practising this and in a few weeks your sensitivity will decrease and you can start using rings from then on.
You can use any cream that helps in loosening the foreskin.