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Bleeding from penis during sex, cut on the area connecting the penis. Is this normal?

Hello Sir, I got married recently, 3 days back while i was participating in sex with my wife, considerable amount of blood came from my penis , when i checked my penis i noticed a cut/tear on the connection of skin which connects my penis, and also my wife didn t cooperate sex on that when i was trying for a movement/intercourse suddenly my made her legs stiff and didn t allow for intercourse, that time i felt mild pain in my penis and noticed blood from my penis. now also i m feeling mild pain. pls clarify whether these kind of bleeding or cut is normal or i nnrd to consult a gynechologist
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Dear ramun1981, you foreskin may be stretched so it"s normal to bleed any skin area if gets cut but as your wife is not operating may her vagina is not getting ready , some girls have fear in their mind for intercourse hence as there is cut and it requires healing otherwise it will bleed further abstain for intercourse and consult a general surgeon he will advice proper treatment to your frenular cut, and mean while make your partner comfortable with love making not intercourse hugging kissing and do proper foreplay. things will take few days not to much worry. it happens to many newly married couples.
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