My foreskin over the past few months became unretractable, to the point of tearing during sex.
Went to my primary healthcare Doc, referred me to a Urologist here in the UK, and privately was circumcised last Wednesday.
Everything seems to have gone ok, but from reading forums/advice etc about frenulums, I still have mine attached to my penis. Now worried that when the penis eventually heals from the operation, I am going to have problems with the frenulum, as it has torn in the past because of the foreskin.
Do I go back to my Urologist and ask him about this, while the healing process is still in the early stages? This has really upset me, as my fiancee and I are meant to be trying for a baby too, and this has put the brakes on it. I don't want it to get better, then have trouble with the frenulum.
I just wished i'd said something now, but left it in his capable hands, or so I thought.
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