I can understand your concern.
These can be treated by a general surgeon.
Better to consult him in person.
Also, as said by my collegue, this issue needs to be differentiated from phimosis.
I would suggest you go ahead with surgery.
Medical methods have little or absolutely no success rate.
Dr. Anil kumar jain,
Hi there...clinical examination is necessary to diagnose it properly as it can be confused with phimosis... In minor degrees of frenulum breve steroid creams like Betamethasone Dipropionate 0.5% is used. The success of the medical method is less so surgical procedures like frenuloplasty or circumcision adviced...Frenuloplasty is a better procedure with great success where the surgeon splits the required part of the skin and sutures in a required way to correct the defect...Consult nearest plastic surgeon or urologist they will guide you further.
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