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Tight foreskin around penis head, frenulum attached to foreskin and tip of penis. Procedure to loosen foreskin?

Hi, My husband and I are experiencing difficulty in our love life, because his foreskin is tight around his penis head and it causes him pain when it starts to get pushed back. He was given lotion by his doctor to help loosen it but its not fully working. I noticed that the frenulum is attached to his foreskin and is attached to the tip of his penis head right where his urethra hole is. He has never had his head fully exposed and it causes him great anxiety . Is there a procedure that can be done to help him with this? Is the procedure painful? How long will it take to heal?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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hi your husband had a tight skin around penis attached with frenulum.This is a normal physiological anatomical situation so don't child hood if you go for lotion application than it works but in adult age it did not should go for a minor operation known as circumcision .It is necessary to retract the skin this will help him to reduce pain during excitement & less chances of rupturing small artery during intercourse.This operation is not painful & usually done in local anesthesia & takes 15=20 minutes & required dressing for 8=10 days.then after he will enjoy normal sex.In muslim community it is compulsory to go for circumcision of every male it is a normal procedure.have a nice day.
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