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Cut on frenulum of penis during sex, bleeding. No pain. How to heal it?

hi, I have suffered with a small cut on ma penile frenulum last night during intercourse. there was lot of bleeding and i poured lot of cold water to stop it.its like little is attached and little is cut. i have not felt any pain but i am afraid of having intercourse again. what medicines should i take to heal it?and how much time will it take?
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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Dear subhmoy007, it's common site to bleed, needs no specific treatment as precaution you can take antibiotics (generally not needed ) give proper time to get healed. at least 2 weeks and if crust forms there not remove it manually it will slough out it's own as a have suggested antibiotic. you can take tab. cefpodom 200 mg twice a day for 3 days . you will be fine . abstain from any sexual activity for 2 weeks then you can enjoy sex without fear.
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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