Frenulectomy or Frenuloplasty to Resolve Penis Discomfort
A frenulectomy is a procedure that can alleviate the pain often associated with a tight band of tissue between a penis’ shaft and the glans on its underside.
A tight frenulum can exist independent of whether a man has been circumcised, and it can create a tight and curved section of the penis that is susceptible to micro-trauma, causing bleeding and painful erections.
The frenulectomy procedure involves the removal of the restricting tissue for increased range of motion in the penis and enhanced sexual pleasure due to the end of pain with erection.
The procedure (done in under 20 minutes) is performed using a long-acting local anesthetic and generally results in instant relief after a brief recovery period.
A frenuloplasty procedure can lengthen the frenulum and thereby relieve the discomfort causes by a short frenulum.
Dr. Islam or Dr. Ali will consult with you on the recommended procedure for your penis, and expected outcomes.
Tight Frenulum – A Cause of Penile Pain and Bleeding During Sex – Frenulum Breve
The frenulum of the penis is a band of tissue located underneath the penis. When the frenulum is tight or short, this is called a frenulum breve.
This can result in tension on the frenulum during erections, which can rip and tear during vigorous activities such as sex, causing pain and bleeding, which in turn causes many men to lose their erections.
Some men go through their entire lives suffering from pain and bleeding unaware that there is a cure. Be assured that there is no need to suffer any longer from this relatively common issue.
The degree of tightness and thickness of the frenulum varies from man to man, but any man affected by an overly short frenular band should seek a consultation for a possible procedure to end uncomfortable tightness with erection.