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Frenulum broken during sex, heavy bleeding with pain. Any problems in future ?

I really dn t knw hw to say,its really embracin for me to say... Last week on 21st July,12 I had sex with my wife,during sex I got my frenulum broken.. There was a heavy bleeding ,bt little pain.. A petite part of my frenulum is still intact... I haven t pulled my fore skin down since then... What should I do..??? And will it affect my sex life further...?????will it lead circumsism???? Plzzz reply soon m really worried...
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
Due to over erection frenulum broken leads to bleeding .
Once it broken it should be repaired surgically or by circumcision to prevent further injury or any emergency surgery.
you should not worry about circumcision operation as in Muslim community it is a compulsory tradition.
It will not affect in any way to your sex life.
Now a days it is being advised by doctors to safeguard against any cancerous growth at glans in diabetic person too.
Just go for circumcision.
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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