Foreskin trouble

cryinglightning86 cryinglightning86
My boyfriend and I have been together for a while now, and one of the things I've always really liked about him is the fact that he's not circumcised. I don't really have a preference towards either circumcised or uncircumcised, but I've always really liked it with him. I've liked how I can play with his foreskin, how sensitive the head of his penis is, the friction his foreskin causes during sexual intercourse, so on.

However, we oftentimes have a problem with vaginal and anal penetration. When his foreskin gets pulled back even a little, it really hurts him. I did some research on it, and I think it's because of the piece of skin that attaches his foreskin to his penis, but I'm not sure. We can get around this problem by using condoms, but we don't always want to use condoms. I'm on the pill, and we're in a committed, monogamous relationship. It would be nice to not have to use condoms so much of the time.

Has anyone out there had a similar issue, either personally or with a partner? If so, how was it resolved?
07/03/2012
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Originally posted by cryinglightning86
My boyfriend and I have been together for a while now, and one of the things I've always really liked about him is the fact that he's not circumcised. I don't really have a preference towards either circumcised or uncircumcised, but ... More
I would say, go to a doctor have it checked out. It sounds like your theory could be right.
07/03/2012
Incendiaire Incendiaire
Quote:
Originally posted by cryinglightning86
My boyfriend and I have been together for a while now, and one of the things I've always really liked about him is the fact that he's not circumcised. I don't really have a preference towards either circumcised or uncircumcised, but ... More
It sounds like he might have a short frenulum. This can remedied by either a frenuloplasty which "lengthens" the frenulum or a frenectomy which removes it. Both are fairly quick and simple procedures which can be performed under local anaesthetic. It might be worth sending him to see a urologist to get an opinion.
07/03/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
I was just going to say maybe his frenulum hasn't stretched yet. Many boys and men stretch their own frenulums by playing with the penis and using the foreskin, sliding it up and down. If he doesn't have a lot of experience with sex or masturbation, he may not have stretched the frenulum yet.

Or, in some cases, someone when he was a baby may have tried to "break" the frenulum and torn it, causing scar tissue. If he sees a doctor, make sure it is a foreskin friendly doctor. Some doctors will automatically suggest circumcision for ANY foreskin issues, even if this drastic life altering surgery is rarely medically necessary. The chance of needing a medically necessary circumcision is about 1:10,000 or more. So make sure the doctor he sees isn't a circ happy, anti foreskin doctor.
07/03/2012
cryinglightning86 cryinglightning86
Thanks to everyone for the advice. I'll talk to my boyfriend about it.
07/24/2012
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