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... Thankyou so much tommy and stuart i've been using the stretches both of you have given me every day and hold each stretch for a couple of minutes, even though its only been a few days theres already some improvement in the flexibility of my foreskin now. ... (6 replies)
... The phimotic ring, while not unusual, is not part of nature's design. It came about because of scarring from a yeast infection, or premature retraction, or something like that. Sometimes these can be stretched, sometimes not. ... (3 replies)
... A frenuloplasty is the correct treatment for a frenulum breve if you are experiencing any discomfort due to the tight frenulum. If you don't experience discomfort then you don't need to seek treatment. ... (2 replies)

... I noticed recently that when i am erect, my foreskin bundles up just behind the glans and i cannot retract it further. it seems the frenulum is holding it back. I can pull it back further with some effort and some mild discomfort but i understand that i should be able to do this pretty effortlessly. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I've been working at solving the problem of "phimosis" for quite a while now. ... (2 replies)
About Frenulum
Nov 4, 2008
... the frenulum does not prevent retraction in the average man. ... (1 replies)
... The frenulum is not the most easily stretched part of a body. It is delicate. If you tear it, it takes a long time of no activity to heal. It doesn't matter if you are erect or flaccid, to stretch it, as long as you can feel it gently pull, you will make progress. ... (3 replies)
Frenulum snip
Feb 2, 2005
... I am booked in to get my frenulum cut in a few weeks time and am worried if I am doing the right thing. ... (2 replies)
... A frenulum can be stretched, like any other skin on the body. ... (6 replies)
Short frenulum
Jun 14, 2002
... i would try to retract, use warm steamy water to moisten and get it warmed up, and stretch the skin. it could take a couple of months, but better do it yourself, then go under the knife. ... (8 replies)
... Most frenulums can be stretched, others are difficult. You never know until you try. See my instructions, a sticky near the top of this forum for details. They also have some ideas about dealing with sensitivity. ... (9 replies)
... The penis has a number of structures that you should know. The head of the penis is called the glans. The foreskin is also called the prepuce. ... (1 replies)
Circumcision?
Jun 3, 2005
... Most intact guys can retract fully. ... (15 replies)
... and hold it for a few minutes. Repeat as often as you can during the day but ease off if it becomes sore. Pulling back on the whole foreskin so that the frenulum feels stretched will also work but you must be careful not to get the foreskin stuc behind the head when erect. ... (6 replies)
... I'm uncut also, your frenulum can be stretched to prevent that from happening. Just like we can stretch the foreskin to allow for full retraction and ease of movement, usually the frenulum can be done the same way. ... (6 replies)
... You need to do streching exercises on your frenulum, like coochie said. The important part is that you can retract your foreskin past the head, which you can do already. Getting it to retract all the way is not that important, but you should try to work on it. ... (5 replies)
Frenulum Breve?
Oct 8, 2008
... I have retracted my foreskin for the first time in about 10 years a week ago. I noticed there was a buildup of smegma, which i cleaned off. Yet i was only able to fully retract the skin while flaccid, when erect, i can not. ... (4 replies)
Frenulum?
Oct 16, 2003
... it tends to feel tight while im pulling back, but im sure that is cuase i haven't stretched it enuf yet.. but then i see the frenulum. To be sure, Frenulum is the thing that connects the head of the penis to the foreskin right? ... (5 replies)
... for every foreskin won't retract post, I'd be a rich man! ... (2 replies)
... l. It is called the frenulum. If it is attached anywhere else, like on the side, or the top of the head, it is an adhesion. In circumcised men, this is called a skin bridge. Basically, it happens when a wound in the foreskin heals to a wound on the head. ... (10 replies)


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