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Frenulum attached to foreskin. Does it grow back after breaking?

I have what is called a frenulum attaching my foreskin to my penis . Recently my friend told me that his one broke during sex. Does it grow back? How much will it bleed? Because it s pretty obvious that it s gonna break while insertion. So I m scared that it wont be dangerous. It would be so much easier if there was no such thing as a frenulum.!
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Jun 2015
Hello dear..
It is possible for the frenulum of the penis to get injured or tear during sexual activity.
The bleeding is not much significant unless there is injury to the frenular artery.
Healing usually occurs within two weeks.
But it doesn't mean that it will break during insertion.
Make sure you are using lubricant & being gentle...then injury can be avoided.
Wish you good health.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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