I am a 44-year-old male suffering from tight or short frenulum. Is there any treatment for short frenulum other than surgery (frenuloplasty or circumcision). Because I do not want surgery. Is there treatment in ayurveda or in homeopathy for short frenulum?
I have seen your attachments (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). This is the condition of paraphimosis. It is due to the fibrosis of the open end of the foreskin. Fibrosis makes an annular ring. It needs minor surgery and circumcision. But it can be managed naturally.
The Probable causes:
The probable cause is fibrosis of the open end of the foreskin.
Investigations to be done:
The investigation is not recommended.
The differential diagnosis is phimosis.
The probable diagnosis is paraphimosis.
The treatment plan includes,
1. Take Jatyadi Ghritam (Sariva, Tuthya, Sesame Oil) and apply it to lubricate the front of the foreskin and dilate the foreskin side by side manually.
2. Do this process gently and regularly for 15 days, twice a day. Gradually it will loosen.
The preventive measures include,
1. Do not pull forcefully otherwise the skin will get ruptured.
2. Do this process after applying lubricants.
Regarding follow up:
The follow-up measures to do these things and provide your valuable feedback. No need to take internal medications.
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