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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
|no name - Wed Jul 25, 2007 1:44 pm|
hi there im 20 and recently when having intercourse with my girfriend for the first time, both virgins. i felt my penus was tight inside her vagina. when i thrusted i felt my penus hurt and when i looked at it it was bleeding, upon further inspection there is a strand of skin conedting the inside of my foreskin to nea the tip of my penis and this had split causing bleeding from under my penus, can i solve this, is it normal
thank you to anyone who takes the time to read this and helps
|Debbie Miller, RN - Mon Jul 30, 2007 4:30 pm|
This sounds like Frenulum breve - a condition where your frenulum is too short and it doesn’t allow your foreskin to be pulled all the way. Frenulum is that piece of skin that connects foreskin to the head of the penus (glans).
It would be wise to consult with a urologist about this as treatment can solve this problem.
|no name - Wed Aug 01, 2007 12:58 pm|
|no name - Fri Aug 03, 2007 11:57 am|
hi there again,
could i just check with you what sort of treatment is available for this condition iff it is the one you think,
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