I'm 16, and been sexually active before. However, there's always been a problem with my foreskin retracting, there's a little bubble-looking thing sitting just north of the opening, that seems to be attached to both my foreskin and my glans. It means that when my foreskin gets pushed back, it pulls on this bubble, causes pain, and doesn't go any further.
This bubble's been here since I remember starting to explore myself at about 14, so it can't be an STD.
Anyone have any clues for me?
This is a common problem for uncircumcised men. Your frenulum is not long or elastic enough to account for the stretching that needs to happen when your foreskin is pulled back. There are ointments/stretching techniques or a minor surgical procedure called a fenuloplasty that can be done to help. Definitely talk to your doctor about it, because there are documented cases where sex can be painful for men with this condition (frenulum breve)
It's not the head of my penis, I know enough to know that.
Was sexually involved with a girl the other night, and I made some discoveries.
It still hurts like hell when the foreskin rolls back, it can expose the head, but the bubble is not attached to the foreskin.
It makes sex kinda hard when there's pain in every movement, but I'm slightly embarrassed to go to a doctor.
Would I have to find a different doctor, or would a GP suffice?