Over 60% of all young male adults have a short frenulum. Circumcision is not always the right answer.
You've probably arrived on this website because you think your frenulum is too short, or you are afraid your frenulum might tear. But what exactly is a frenulum, how should it look like and what kind of problems can it cause?
When they are confronted with a foreskin that is too short when erect, doctors often propose a circumcision. This means that your foreskin and frenulum will be removed surgically. However, by taking away the root of the problem, new complications can arise.
My name is William Dee. I'm a certified sex counselor based in Europe. I mostly work as a fertility consultant, but I'm active in the sex education field as well.
During the past years, I've noticed a lot of young male adults struggle with problems concerning their foreskin and - more in particular - their frenulum. I've created this site to help them out and to show them what is (ab)normal and what's not.
If you have questions concerning your own intimate parts, I'll try answer them as soon as my schedule allows. For those of you sending me pictures or videos, please make sure your face is not visible due to privacy reasons. You can reach me at email@example.com.