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... pull the foreskin back over my glans and all the way down. The tears are from when the foreskin comes over the edge of the glans and when fully pulled back. The band is just to tight. ... (1 replies)
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Dec 5, 2002
... this is called the frenar band, and its supposed to keep the foreskin pulled forward when the penis is not erect, so its doing its job and covering the glans. ... (9 replies)
... my frenar band is a little, little bit bigger than the past week. ... (5 replies)

Oct 27, 2003
... hello, I can finally retract my foreskin behind the glan when erect, but my foreskin and frenar band are a little tight still. ... (1 replies)
... I too would like to find out (5 replies)
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Dec 6, 2002
... First thanks a lot Focus!! That is exactly what is happening with me! Thanks for clarifying. Yes my frenar band is EXTREMELY tight. The band of tissue connecting my foreskin and frenulum is tight as well. I think I have phimosis.....why me? ... (9 replies)
... i can see a white band that stings at times i am not sure what is causing the stinging. ... (1 replies)
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Aug 21, 2003
... a condition of the foreskin that makes it too tight to retract behind the head. It's usually at the tip of the foreskin where there is this tighter elastic like band of skin that is called the frenar band. Sometimes its not elastic enough and is too tight, making it difficult or painful to pull the foreskin back. ... (7 replies)
... the use of steroid creams. It can retract a little, but not much. I went to see a specialist and he said I have phimosis. It's pretty severe tightness of the frenar band. It's very very very tight the tip of the foreskin is like kite string. ... (2 replies)
Jul 31, 2009
... While you are at the doctor, you can ask about steroid cream to loosen the frenar band, once the yeast is cured. ... (3 replies)
... this causes some to have a tight frenar band, and if left untreated long enough, the inability to retract the foreskin. honestly, though, I have never heard of a tear at the sulcus. ... (10 replies)
... You definitely need to heal up properly before you can stretch. You probably have a fungal or yeast infection causing the foreskin to have a tendency to tear. Heal up then treat yourself with an antifungal cream, then look at stretching as in my instructions, a sticky near the top of the Mens Health Board, Geoff (1 replies)
... I think your doctor's opinion is valid. You are past the level of phimosis where hygiene is a problem, since you can retract to clean when it is not erect. Many mens' foreskins cover the glans when erect. If it were my penis, I would continue the stretching, until I could retract when erect. The way it is now, you are not in any danger, in having sex. The only problem is... (11 replies)
... she can prescribe betamethasone cream. you apply it to the outside, and it loosens the tight frenar band which is preventing you from retracting. ... (8 replies)
... Well, the frenulum is like a tether that helps keep the foreskin pulled forward protecting the glans when not in use. The foreskin naturally wants to slide forward over the glans, and it's the frenulum that really makes it want to do this. The most similar thing on the body to the frenulum is the web of skin underneath your tongue - it works almost the same was as you... (6 replies)
... of all men. If it fails, go to the doctor and get betamethasone cream. It's a steroid which can help to loosen a tight frenar band. ... (10 replies)
... A dorsal slit is a tiny incision made in the foreskin lengthwise at the frenar band that helps widen and loosen it, just enough so it can retract comfortably. It sometimes can be a good alternative to circumcision. ... (10 replies)
... There is no way that a laser is going to be able to loosen the frenar band, and not risk taking off part of your glans. ... (10 replies)
... Circumcision will remove at least half your penile skin (15 square inches), miles of nerves, millions of specialised nerve receptors plus specialised structures like the frenulum , credidted with producing significant sexual sensations. The operation will leave you bruised, sore and swollen and even after healing many men report significant discomfort from the rubbing of the... (8 replies)

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