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Have bleeding underneath penis. How to stop the bleeding?

I just recieved deepthoat..like acouple of hours ago .. And after i was done i went to the bath (dont feel any pain) but underneath my penis where the vein connects..to the head is bleeding heavyly. i tuck a shower and it keeps bleeding (leaking) i having trouble cause i didnt get curcumsized the foreskins the only thing stoping it from leaking. Once i pull the foeskin back it a pool of blood . PLEASE help me !
Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Hello
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have bleeding from your penis just below the glans of the penis.
Most likely this is due to the tear of Frenulum.If you can go to emergency room get it dressed properly or you can yourself apply tight dressing over the glans to stop thee bleeding .
Consult qualified urologist for clinical examination He may suture the tear to stop bleeding .
Dr.Patil
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Have bleeding underneath penis. How to stop the bleeding?

Hello Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have bleeding from your penis just below the glans of the penis. Most likely this is due to the tear of Frenulum.If you can go to emergency room get it dressed properly or you can yourself apply tight dressing over the glans to stop thee bleeding . Consult qualified urologist for clinical examination He may suture the tear to stop bleeding . Dr.Patil