Tongue stretch/Tongue tie question!
And yes, I’m serious about this! ;)
I’m thinking about stretching my tongue, because it hurts after I perform oral sex on my ex. I’ve had ankyloglossia before surgery when I was about 7, and therefore, some of my lingual fraenulum was cut off.
I’ve thought for a long time that stretching the penis couldn’t work, do you guys think there’s a possibility to increase the length of the tounge without removing more lingual fraenulum, i.e. stretching the lingual fraenulum?
I guess you’re not all medical experts, here’s a short introduction:
In anatomy, a fraenum (or fraenulum) is a small fold of tissue that checks or limits the movements of an organ part. Everyone has a lingual fraenum (lingual fraenulum) under the tongue. It is a thin, vertical fold of tissue with attachments to the under-surface of the tongue and to the floor of the mouth.
The terms ‘ankyloglossia’, ‘short fraenum’, ‘short fraenulum’, or ‘tongue tie’, refer to a restricted lingual fraenum due to a consolidation of tissue, usually leading to reduced mobility of the tongue.
It is commonly observed that a person with tongue tie cannot protrude the tongue tip beyond the edges of the lower incisors, or to the maxillary alveolar ridge (behind the upper incisors). Sometimes when a person with tongue tie attempts to protrude the tongue it forms a characteristic ‘W’ shape.
Parents of infants and toddlers with tongue tie are sometimes advised that the tie will “stretch”, or “break” permitting a free range of movement, as the child grows. These stretching and breaking phenomena have not been formally studied or documented in the medical or speech-language pathology literature.
Do you think that a tongue stretch routine could remove the pain I feel?
Gone cementing - Started (2005): 7.25 NBPEL 5.7 EGMS. 5 years later (2010): 8.25 NBPEL 6.3 EGMS. 8 years later, 3 years with no PE (2013): 8.1 NBPEL 5.9 EGMS