frenelum cut/breve?

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  1. Imported

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    nburry: Just wondering if anyone has heard of/experienced a frenelum breve. Its when you get a little cut in your frenelum. It isnt that painful, but I heard it can become a problem. I had one like 6 mos. ago, and it healed after a few weeks. I have another one now and its been there for like 3-4 weeks, and it wont heal well. Theres no more cut, but my fren. is really tender and it looks shorter and thinner. I heard there are treatments, but the only one that is deemed effective is surgery! Not circumcision, but a "frenuloplasty" or "elogating of the frenelum". One of the guys who hang around with my friends (im in high school) had the same thing happen and he had the surgery like 2 weeks ago...But I really dont want to do that! Anyone experienced this or know anything about? I would apprecaite some help...Thanks!
     
  2. BuffMusicIdol

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    Sorry for being ignorant about this subject, but what, exactly, is the condition you describe? I'm not sure what you are talking about. Sorry. Am I the only one here who doesn't have any idea what this is?

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    Sorry, I can't be any help. I'm cut and what I think you are referring to was forcibly removed as an infant. Maybe you should go see your urologist? Sooner rather than later?
     
  4. Dr Rock

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    those should heal on their own; if it's still causing problems after 3 weeks you need to see your doctor ASAP and ask for some fungicidal cream, since yeast is the usual suspect. if that doesn't work, you'll just have to go see a urologist. as far as I'm aware, surgery shouldn't be necessary unless your frenulum is actually torn.
     
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    I think the terminology isn't quite right here. "Frenulum breve" refers to a frenulum that is too short to allow full retraction. People with frenulum breve can easily have it tear during sex, but strictly a tear isn't frenulum breve, though it can be a result of it.
     
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    I agree with Ineligible. My advice would be to go see a specialist (a urologist would be best).

    More info here: http://www.circumstitions.com/Frenbrev.html

    and here: http://www.male-initiation.net/frenulum_treatment.html
     
  7. Imported

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    nburry: Yeah youre right sorry breve isnt the right word. But thanks foir your help!
     
  8. jonb

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    That Male Initiation site seems screwed up. Look at one of its links:

    http://www.male-initiation.net/anthropology/bob2.html

    For the record, AIM protested Hanta Yo. A few of its many mistakes:

    *The title. Hill says it means "clear the way". Hąta yo means "scram", and it's a male form. A woman says hąta po.
    *Naturally, the Lakota word for penis is che, not sluka. In fact, the word for skin is ha, so foreskin is hache.
    *Many of her other idioms aren't direct translations of Lakota either.
    *I shouldn't even explain that people don't just change a letter consciously.
    *Lakota aren't Objectivists.
    *Her claims about the Lakota language having no words for certain concepts are easily discredited.
    *It was not typical to rape fallen enemies. In fact, war was a time of abstinence, much like before the big game today.

    Regarding the article itself, traditional Lakota culture requires bathing every morning. The claims of Ojibwa circumcision are similarly groundless; if you believe Lewis and Clark, they slept with every Indian woman they encountered, but not every Lakota woman suddenly contracted syphilis (which Lewis had).
     
  9. KinkGuy

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    However, the portion of the article regarding men being advised to keep it "skinned back" was an absolute truth in the WWII era. A family member has spoken of it, and wore his skin back the rest of his life. As a result of those military years, he was unable to pull it forward over the glans after being taught/shamed/forced into retracting his skin for so long in the military.
     
  10. dikkiedik

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    As a twelve year old boy I ripped off the fraenulum just by jerking off too hard. Since that my foreskin is always shoven back. I can easily cover my penishead, but as the fraenulum doesn't keep it at its place I'm always with an uncoverd penishead. It looks like cut.
    The problem had to do with the combination of a long foreskin and a too short fraenulum.
    I'm 54 now and it gave me never problems. B-)
     
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