Hi, I have got partial phimosis and frenulum breve on the penis, I can retract my forskin past the head of the penis but when I retract any further the tight frenulum pulls down quite abit on the head of my penis and the phimotic ring becomes visible. I have been having sex with a condom and it hasnt been too much of an issue, some issues inserting penis, however my girlfriend has just gone on the pill and wants to have sex without a condom. will I have issues with sex with my problem and will I even be able to insert my penis into the vagina with the problem ive got without a condom on ? the following picture is a picture of what the phimosis is like http://i.imgur.com/VA75QmW.jpg my penis doesn't have as tight a ring as the one shown in picture and my frenulum breve does this to my penis when retracted http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Frenulumbreve.jpg however mine doesn't quite bend down as far but when fully retracted it does pull down on head of penis quite alot.
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