How does a 16 year old fix frenulum breve? Watch

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16, scared of sex because of it, definitely know it's F.B.

What do I do? Am I too young to get it sorted?
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16, scared of sex because of it, definitely know it's F.B.

What do I do? Am I too young to get it sorted?
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If you do indeed have frenulum breve then the only real way you can sort it out is by having a surgical procedure done to help lengthen the frenulum. I'd personally suggest that you make an appointment and go see your GP about it, he/she will be able to advise you on what can be done, and if you decide that you'd like to go for surgery then your GP will be able to help you arrange it

Go see your GP
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If you do indeed have frenulum breve then the only real way you can sort it out is by having a surgical procedure done to help lengthen the frenulum. I'd personally suggest that you make an appointment and go see your GP about it, he/she will be able to advise you on what can be done, and if you decide that you'd like to go for surgery then your GP will be able to help you arrange it

Go see your GP
I'm really daunted by showing my gp it.. especially because I'm 18 :s
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I'm really daunted by showing my gp it.. especially because I'm 18 :s
I know it can be daunting, but the GP is not going to make you feel embarrassed or judge you; they're seeing this stuff all the time remember.

If you want it fixed, you're gonna have to go.
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I know it can be daunting, but the GP is not going to make you feel embarrassed or judge you; they're seeing this stuff all the time remember.

If you want it fixed, you're gonna have to go.
16* Will it hurt? Are they allowed to see it? Will I have to be erect to show them?
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16* Will it hurt? Are they allowed to see it? Will I have to be erect to show them?
The GP will have to see it yes, how else can they know what is causing it? They can't just take your word on it if they need to arrange for you to have a procedure.

And no it will not have to be erect!

Seriously, chill and go see your doctor, you'll be glad you did.
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Whats a frenul--ee--mm thing?
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16* Will it hurt? Are they allowed to see it? Will I have to be erect to show them?
no u don't have to be erect to show them. a urologist will be able to make out by looking at ur thing. if u r uncircumcised they will do a frenuloplasty to lengthy ur frenulum. i just had it done. it will be over before u know. and after three weeks the sex will be blissful
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Would I need to inform my parent?
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