Well, it’s finally happened. I have been met with my first problem concerning PE, and it’s my frenulum.
I have been doing the newbie routine with 10 minutes of stretching instead of 5 minutes for almost 3 weeks now. I have seen great changes in flaccid hang, girth and EQ (though all visual) without issue, but now I am noticing that my frenulum is somehow getting hurt from my routine. It isn’t torn or anything, but there is the slightest visual break in frenulum skin by the glans and on two other locations further down. The breaks are so small that the only reason I noticed them is because of the pain and their red tinge compared to the rest of the frenulum.
My thoughts are that the breaks are a result of my manual stretches. I use a square of toilet paper for grip, and I use an overhand OK grip. It seems that my frenulum endures a decent amount of pressure or rough handing during the stretches and this is what has been causing the small splits in skin.
My questions to all are these:
Is this something that anyone has naturally experienced? Can I expect my frenulum to eventually adjust to this treatment and move on?
Is there something I can do to minimize these splits in skin or are they just “growing pains” of PE exercises?
Lastly, should I be seriously apprehensive about getting frenulum tears? From what I’ve read, it happens to people with short frenulums, but mine stretches well and my foreskin stays behind the glands easily.
I’ve never had problems with my frenulum before (expect when first stretching behind the glans as a young kid since I am not circumcised), and I don’t really want it to start being an issue now.
Thanks to all - UziM