Excessive skin removal A common complication of circumcision is excessive removal of tissue, but it rarely becomes apparent until the penis reaches its full adult size at puberty. One important function of the foreskin is to provide the slack skin necessary to accommodate the enlargement of the adult penis when erect, meaning that a tight circumcision will make erections painful, and that a very severe operation may inhibit them. Both foreskin length and penis size vary immensely from one male to another, but before puberty it is impossible to know either of these details. There is not much that can be done in cases where there has been excessive skin removal, but a boy may be able to achieve some relief by utilising the stretching techniques developed for foreskin restoration.
The best prevention of Balanoposthitis and any other condition is having a proper and good hygiene. Being free from any kind of infections or disease all comes down to personal hygiene. Bathing regularly will help reduce the incidence of contracting balanoposthitis. During bath time, gently drag down the foreskin to reveal the end of the penis and clean it with water and soap. Remember to rinse off the soap properly and pat dry the part beneath it. Regular hand washing is also recommended to reduce the likely of infection. If you see changes around scrotal and penile areas, consult a doctor and avoid self diagnosis and self medication.