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Give details regarding removing frenulum to roll back penis foreskin easily.

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i want to remove my frenulum so as to roll back my penis foreskin easily
1) what are the advantages and disadvantages of foreskin
2) advantages and disadvantages of frenulum
3) cost of the procedure to remove frenulum and recovery period
Posted Tue, 3 Sep 2013 in Men's Health
Answered by Dr. G.Srinivasan 4 days later
Brief Answer:
Based on your photos, it is unnecessary.

Detailed Answer:
Welcome to the forum.
Foreskin is meant to cover the penile head and protect the sensation that is necessary for the erotic feel.
The frenulum is the part where the attachment of the foreskin to the penile head is maximum and that is how the body is made up.
The cost usually is minimal and depends on the country you live.

Recovery period---

1. Back to work in about a week.
2. Penetrative sex in 3 to 4 weeks.
But based on the photos you have attached, the foreskin is quite retractile and hence the procedure seems unnecessary at present. ONLY A CLINICAL EXAMINATION CAN MAKE A FINAL DECISION.
best regards
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