Changing the frenum/frenulum

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herrjonny
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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by herrjonny » Thu Jul 27, 2017 9:17 pm

I wanted the piercing to be centered, so before being pierced I tied my frenum twice, but apparently too close to the head, because the piercer did the piercing further down where the frenulum still was. I hadn't expected that. I Loved the piercing so much that I kept it, but now being at 5mm/4g the asymmetry slowly starts to really annoy me. Probably too late to let it grow closed. Maybe I wasn't that smart on that one.
Still I think I will remove the frenulum, because I clearly see that it is pushing the ring to the side. I will let you know about the results.

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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by pepper669 » Sat Sep 02, 2017 3:38 am

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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by soundsgreat87 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 6:18 am

Wow, that looks excellent pepper, like no frenulum was ever there!

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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by pepper669 » Tue Sep 05, 2017 12:18 pm

soundsgreat87 wrote:
Sun Sep 03, 2017 6:18 am
Wow, that looks excellent pepper, like no frenulum was ever there!
Thanks! To remove the remaining flaps I used cauterization, which was painful, but the result speaks for itself.

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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by herrjonny » Fri Oct 20, 2017 8:40 am

Hey everyone, I wanna share my experience about removing my frenulum. I read a lot about it here, and some time ago I alrady removed parts of the frenulum by tying off the skin bridge of a frenulum piercing at two points, cutting out a a piece. Also, I did two minor ties by the regular tying method.

I have a PA piercing that was pushed to the side by the frenulum, so the fren had to go. Also, I wanted to make it easier to keep the foreskin (which evetually might be removed one day) behind the glans. That were the main reasons to go for it.

I chose to pierce my frenulum at 6g, let it heal, and then cut off the skin bridge, just like I had done a few years ago. The only difference was that I clamped and cut this time istead of tying the skin bridge off. I did that procedure twice, as to cut out a piece. Originally, I wanted to stretch the piercing to a very large gauge (0 or 00) so that I could remove as much as possible, but it was so uncomfortable to wear both the PA and the fren piercing at a time that I decided to go for it although the fren piercing wasn't fully healed yet. It was doing well, no infection in sight, so I thought, go for it.

The pictures show:
- the 6g fren piercing, PA just taken out. On the right of the frenulum you can see how the PA ring and fren pushed against each other: there is an indentation in the fren, right below the exit hole of the fren piercing. This pushing against each other made the PA look off-center.
- the clamp on for the first cut
- clamped ready for first cut
- first cut done
- second cut done (no pics of the second clamping -- sorry)
- piece cut out
- result after 22 days. I think the pale color will go away in a bit. No scars visible. I am very happy with the result, the extra pullback is great. Also, the ring looks more centered now, so the whole procedure was a full success.
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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by herrjonny » Fri Oct 20, 2017 8:43 am

The order of the pictures is inverted, no idea why.

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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by soundsgreat87 » Sat Oct 21, 2017 2:48 am

Looks nice and smooth!

And I'm biased, but I hope you keep your foreskin and keep it back - why bother losing the nerves if you've already got the exposed glans? :D

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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by max999 » Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:28 am

waterwagon wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2010 7:55 pm
I was told this method by a guy maybe 20 years ago...and it worked well. The ridge is clamped Very slowly (over 15-20 minutesor more time) with a Hemostat. The pain is not bad at all, if you go slowly! Then leave the clamp on fully closed for another 20 minutes! When you remove the hemostat the crushed flesh has no feelings at all ...It can be cut with a razor or sissiors without any feeling at all! Do not cut beyond the crushed area as it will bleed like crazy. Put antibiotic meds on cut and bandage lightly. It healed quickly, in 3-4 days at the most. The critical items are closing the hemostat very slowly over at least 20 minutes and not cutting beyond the crushed tissue.. I also subincised my cock head using this same method a couple of years later. It only took two sessions to cut it to the shaft. Now I can slide my pinky finger into my cock down to my hand joint. Ah the things we do and call it pleasure!! Lol
Jay in Homosassa, fl
Did it (only a small cut of 2-3 mm for now) and worked very well, no blood and no pain at all. I closed the clamp only to the first snap (on the 3 avaible), it is enough to block blood flow and doesn't demage tissues (last times i tried to clamp it to the 3rd snap and it did some micro-tears, nothing serious but a little annoying). It's important to close the clamp very very slowly, and then leave them closed for 20 minutes. I used a scalpel (blade 15) to cut, probably also cutting with scissors is fine, but for me it was more "psychologiccally-friendly" to cut with razor.

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Re: Changing the frenum/frenulum

Post by waterwagon » Sun Oct 22, 2017 7:04 am

Wow ..Nice to know my advice is still being used after 7 years...lol Time does Fly... Jay aka "Waterwagon" Homosassa, Fl.
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