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Tying frenulum

October 29 2016 at 2:54 PM
max123  (no login)

Hi, I want to try frenulum tying. I've a very short frenulum and it causes problems during sex.

I found many informations here:http://www.mattersofsize.com/forum/alternative-and-experimental-penis-enlargement/63974-frenulum-tying.html , but i still have some doubts:

The best solution for needle/thread seems to be a suture kit (something like this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surgic...aterial_17.JPG), using a 3/0 nylon fiber.

I also tried to pierce my frenulum with a normal needle, but it's painful (i didn't use much pressure because it was only a test). If i use the "professional" needle included in the suture, it will be less painful? Or it's necessary an anesthetic in both cases? An ice cube will be ok? If I use lidocaine cream, what concentration is better? There are many creams, with concentration from 1% to 5%.

I also have some doubts about the knot, what kind of knot is better? I also have some doubts about how much force use to tighten the node.

 
    
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Jim
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You're on your own with this

October 29 2016, 3:13 PM 

Can't help you with information or advice. This site is about stretching and not about surgical procedures. Good luck.
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