Frenulum.?

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Does anyone else's boyfriend frenulum rip during intercourse? This is the first time I've experienced this with a partner, but it causes his penis to be really sore and we have less and less sex. This is all I know about this so does anyone else have any advice to help me better understand this.?
11/16/2010
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Does anyone else's boyfriend frenulum rip during intercourse? This is the first time I've experienced this with a partner, but it causes his penis to be really sore and we have less and less sex. This is all I know about this so does anyone ... More
Geezo! No...
He should probably see something about that. That is not normal. Is he circumcised?
11/16/2010
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
If it actually RIPS that is a problem that should definitely be treated by a medical professional. If it's just chafing, it could be from lack of lubrication, during sex or masturbation. I had a boyfriend in the past whose frenulum would chafe and sometimes even scab up a bit from being rubbed raw if he had sex that was too dry or masturbated without lubricant. But actual tearing or ripping should be looked at by a doctor, as it could lead to decreased sensitivity in the area due to scar tissue and and increased risk of infection.
11/16/2010
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Definitely sounds like he needs more lubrication though if he is uncircumcised he could have a yeast infection that makes him swell, turn red and seem like he has torn something, especially around his frenulum. If he is uncircumcised then you need a longer lasting lubricant and to adopt a position that places less friction on the underside of his penis. Female superior can help as you can control how much friction you place on that area of his penis.
You can help by making sure you are well hydrated and then you are fully aroused, possible have orgasmed before you have penetrative sex. He could try using a condom that is well lubricated as well which would allow him to heal fully before trying bareback again.
It's also possible you might have an imbalance in your vaginal PH which is causing him to literally burn the skin of his penis. You might need to see your gyno and see if you have a bacterial overgrowth which can lead to these symptoms.

As you can see this can be a complex problem. I would recommend a checkup just to be sure at any rate and lots of lubrication! Make sure you allow plenty of healing time between sex sessions.
11/16/2010
sextoylover sextoylover
doctor pronto????!!!
06/27/2012
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