PENILE FRENULECTOMY OR FRENULOPLASTY
Some men experience pain due to a tight band of skin between the shaft of the penis and the glans on the underside of the penis. It can cause pain with erections or bleeding during sex due to micro-trauma.
A frenulectomy is a specialized technique that treats this condition by removing the tight restriction, allowing increased penile skin range of motion and sexual enjoyment.
A tight frenulum can exist independent of whether a man has been circumcised, and it can create a tight and curved section of the penis that is susceptible to micro-trauma, causing bleeding and painful erections.
When the penile frenulum is tight or short, this is called a frenulum breve. This can result in tension on the frenulum during erections, which can rip and tear during vigorous activities such as sex, causing pain and bleeding, which in turn can cause men to lose their erections, and in some cases, the common sexual dysfunction of premature ejaculation.