Cut on the tip of penis....?
29 October 2014, 06:45 PM
Okay so a friend of mine had sex and during it got a cut on the tip of his penis, he is in a lot of pain and I was wondering what he should do about it any home remedies, let it heal on its own or seek medical attention?  
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Votes: 63
Gosh depends where it is = how deep = whether bleeding.

Use your common sense = if really bad go to ER
if just minor = wash it and let it heal.

If it is frenulum that has torn - common - just pull foreskin forward
and let it alone for a week to heal.
No sex, No fapping until healed.
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