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Very important!!
Aug 25, 2001
... Just sounds like a irritation, generally it could be balanitis, but it is more common in uncircumcised males. Are you circumcised or not, as this may of course change the opinion of what it is. ... (9 replies)
... It's normal for the glans of intact males to be more brightly coloured than those of circumcised males. ... (3 replies)
... It is possible to be caused by a condition called Balanitis. That is when the skin becomes red and sore and occassionally breaks. This occurs more in uncircumcised males although does occur in Circumcised males also. ... (2 replies)

... rated. With proper care most uncircumcised males shouldn't have problems. ... (6 replies)
Phimosis
Aug 21, 2016
... It is really pleasing to hear that frenulum attached to the head is normal, but mine is quite unsymmetrical, on one side it quite hallow but still fused to the head, but on the other side is completely fused(no hollowness) . (6 replies)
Phimosis
Aug 21, 2016
... to the base or floor of your mouth. This is a basic feature of anatomy which all uncircumcised males should know.You use the phrase "my frenulum breve" to refer to your frenulum. ... (6 replies)
... Things like this are quite prevalent in uncircumcised males. ... (10 replies)
Bloody mess
Sep 5, 2006
... The frenulum tearing is a common problem on uncircumcised males. He'll have to abstain from sex for a few months and it probably will get better. ... (3 replies)
Smelly groin
Oct 7, 2001
... Sometimes on uncircumcised males, they produce a thing called smegma which is basically dead cells and oil gland secretions. ... (3 replies)
... to slowly stretch the skin. It is a very common complaint of uncircumcised males to have cut ot torn their frenulum. It also has a vein running through it and therefore if it does split or break it may bleed. ... (5 replies)
... It is possible that it is balanitis. Generally a inflamation of the skin on the penis. More common in uncircumcised males but can occur in all! May look like tiny cuts and scratches. ... (2 replies)
... of asymptomatic men. They are more common among African American males and those who are uncircumcised. ... (511 replies)
Freakin frenulum
Jun 11, 2001
... Your problem is a very common problem encountered by uncircumcised men! It just isn't talked about much! These days, especially in Australia, it is not advised that people just have a circumcision unless it is the last resort! ... (11 replies)




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