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What should I do to get cure from Torn Frenulum permanently ?

Hello i would like to know if a ripped frenulum will affect my penis erect size, im 17 and my penis size is 6.5 in.i tore my frenulum having unprotected sex with my girlfriend. There was blood all over the place, i went to the hospital and got stiches on it, im wondering if that torn frenulum will shrink my penis.Also is there things i shouldnt do and should do to prevent this from happening again ? i would appreciate the help.
Asked On : Sat, 5 Mar 2011
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the torn frenulum wont affect you in anyway except for the blood loss if not sutured. You have told that the torn frenulum is stitched. if frenuloplasty is done (a way of stitching frenulum) then there is no need to worry. Provide adequate lubrication during the intercourse.
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