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WHAT DOES CIRCUMCISION MEAN?
The term circumcision describes the surgical removal of the foreskin flap that covers the penis. Laser-based circumcision is more effective than traditional procedures. A laser is used to remove the foreskin, minimizing skin bleeding while ablating the skin. Any male, at any age, can perform circumcision.
What exactly is a foreskin?
The skin covering the penis's rounded tip is known as the foreskin The foreskin is fully fused to the penis at the time of birth. The foreskin eventually separates from the penis head and develops the ability to retract or pull back. Phimosis is the medical term for when the foreskin doesn't always separate as it should and stays tight. Phimosis is usually treated with further surgery or circumcision.
Minimally invasive surgery is the most reliable procedure for preventing several foreskin issues, including Phimosis. It is one of the safest treatments and is favored by patients because there are no cuts or incisions made on the foreskin.
Healing could take three weeks. The patient will usually be discharged from the hospital on the same day as it is a daycare procedure. The patient should refrain from strenuous activity at home while the wound heals. If bleeding starts within the first 24 hours following surgery, apply pressure to the site with a clean towel for 10 minutes.
Dry off the wound with a gentle wipe. If you wish to, you can also take short baths. For four weeks or until your doctor gives the all-clear, avoid intense activity like bicycling, jogging, lifting weights, or aerobic exercise. When you feel comfortable performing them, you can resume them and other regular activities, including driving.
The entire procedure takes approximately 20 minutes.
After surgery, there must be a minimum 6-week period during which no sexual activity is permitted. For more details, speak with your physician.
No, it doesn't change the penis' size; instead, it lowers the probability of future abnormalities associated.
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