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Frenulum Question

Frenulum Question

Hi All,

I have ED problems and having done some research it appears circumcised men like myself are more prone to this due to the sensitivity that is taken away during the procedure due to the removal of foreskin and / or frenulum.

I was circumcised in childhood due to a medical need but wonder if the doctors have removed my frenulum.

From the attached pictures, do you think there is anything left? What is the nobule looking thing at the bottom?



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From looking at frenulum pictures on the internet , I personally believe you still have your frenulum. ED can be caused from a variety of other things, hormone levels, weight, medicine, and so forth, but can be improved upon. Hope this helps.

I looks still partly there. The skin looks like a remnant of foreskin. I think you could cut away that nobule. Would be a rather short and not invasive thing I guess.

ED can have many reasons. If you are mentally aroused and your inner chemicals, pelvic floor are working there shouldnt be a problem cause of the circumstiition.

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