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Torn frenulum turns white after healing

I tore my frenulum once before and it had turned a white color, I was afraid that this was due to not keeping it clean. It seemd to have healed but I did not refrain from having sex long enough for it to heal and it unfortunatley tore again. The second time it tore it seemd to have released a little tiny bit of puss and after healing over the tear again, the frenulum is very tight, looks even whiter and is very uncomfortable when I retract my foreskin . Is this normal ?
Asked On : Mon, 17 Jan 2011
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After you had torn frenulum, it would have healed by now.
Daily when taking bath, retract your prepuce (foreskin) and wash with soap and water. This is all what is required to keep the area clean and hygenic. Use a lubricant KY jelly during sexual intercourse so that the discomfort is not there.
Answered: Mon, 17 Jan 2011
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