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Ripped penis skin while having sex. How can I heal this?

about a month ago I was masturbating after having vaginal intercourse, and I ripped the skin lining just beneath the head of my penis . i used Vitamin E for a few days and it healed. I thought I was ok even though I noticed the healed area appeared to be a line of white skin . Ok. I had vaginal intercourse last night and believe it or not I ripped the skin (white line) in the exact same area. Again. I am 56 yrs old and I have never experienced this before. And it s stressing me out. Any reccomendations on how I can heal this once and for all?
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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Dear, remond, busing and ripping of skin at frenulum is due to rough handling as is the case during masturbation if it happens after vaginal sex make sure your partner is properly lubricated as you are 57 your partner may be around 50 hence she may be having dryness of vagina during sex use some lubricants ky gelly or warmup gels before sex.if problem of dryness is there consult gynac.
Answered: Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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