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What is the frenulum of the penis?

The frenulum of the penis is a small band of tissue that connects the underside of the penis head (glans) to the foreskin. It is also known as the “banjo string.” The frenulum is highly vascularized, meaning that it has a lot of blood vessels. This makes it sensitive to touch and pain.

The frenulum has several functions:

  • It helps to keep the foreskin in place.
  • It helps to lubricate the penis during sex.
  • It helps to control the flow of urine.
  • It provides some protection for the penis.

Frenulum breve

Frenulum breve, also known as short frenulum, is a condition in which the frenulum is too short and tight. This can cause pain and discomfort during erections and sex. It can also make it difficult to retract the foreskin completely.

Frenulum tear

A frenulum tear is a common injury that can occur during sex or other physical activities. It is usually caused by the frenulum being stretched too far. A frenulum tear can be painful and may bleed. However, it is usually not serious and will heal on its own within a few weeks.

Treatment for frenulum breve and frenulum tears

If you have frenulum breve or a frenulum tear, you should see a doctor to get a diagnosis and discuss treatment options. Treatment for frenulum breve may include a frenectomy, which is a surgical procedure to lengthen the frenulum. Treatment for a frenulum tear may include pain medication and wound care.

The frenulum of the penis is a sensitive band of tissue located on the underside of the penis, near the junction of the glans (head) and the shaft. It is a naturally occurring anatomical structure in males. The frenulum is a fold of mucous membrane that connects the glans to the shaft of the penis.

This structure serves several important functions:

  1. Sensitivity: The frenulum is highly sensitive and contains many nerve endings. It is one of the most sensitive parts of the male genitalia, and its stimulation can be pleasurable during sexual activity.
  2. Sexual Response: During sexual arousal, the frenulum may become more sensitive and responsive to touch and stimulation, contributing to sexual pleasure and orgasm.
  3. Retraction: The frenulum aids in the retraction of the foreskin (if present) during erection. It helps facilitate the movement of the foreskin over the glans during sexual activity.
  4. Support: The frenulum helps anchor the foreskin and provides some structural support to the glans.

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