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Unprotected sex, pain on inserting penis, bleeding, less sensitive swollen foreskin. Treatment?

yesterday after a gap of week i had sex with my wife...had a slight pain while inserting and also after that since the foreskin was inactive..while having intercourse had a slight bleeding attributed to that pain..later i continued intercourse..and foreskin was moving down and upwards freely...but today that part is swallon lightly..and cant move my foreskin downwards either...but no pain while urinating or jus touching my penis
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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Hi.
Thank for query,
You have injured your frenulum during sex.
Frenulum carries vessels that will supply penile muscle.
you have now swelling so you cannot retract it.
You should go for circumcision operation in wiich your fore skin cut & all vessels tied so that you have no bleeding during sex in future other wise it will break again & you need to visit ER.
Circumcision does not affect your sex or your partners satisfaction.
It is a custom in Muslim community for circumcision.
Thanks.
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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