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The problem of tight foreskin troubles a lot of men at some point in their lives. Such a discomforting condition of the tight foreskin of the penis is called phimosis.  This medical condition occurs mostly in adults. The reason for the same is that the glans and foreskin remain intact in the initial years of life. 

However, the process of detachment starts between the age of 2-7 years. But in some cases, the detachment occurs around the age of 10 years. As per reports, around 1% of teenagers between the ages group of 16-18 tend to suffer from the tight foreskin.

Causes of tight foreskin

There are various causes that contribute to the tightness of the foreskin. However, doctors suggest that the age of the patient determines the actual cause of their problem. Children and adults may experience pain due to tight foreskin for totally different reasons. 

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There are two types of tight foreskin conditions that are known as physiologic phimosis and pathologic phimosis.

  • Physiologic phimosis usually resolves on its own. It is the pathologic condition that requires immediate medical condition.
  • Pathologic phimosis happens in teenage boys and young men, which is caused by a naturally tight ring at the tip, an infection, inflammation, poor hygiene, or scar from an underlying condition. 

A tight foreskin can cause several problems with sexual intercourses and male fertility. If you are suffering from the troubles of tight foreskin then you should get treatment for the same as soon as possible. However, treatment for tight foreskin varies from person to person, and the severity of the problem. 

Quick note- There are no medications that can guarantee to resolve the condition of tight foreskin. It requires surgical treatment to get rid of the problem once and for all. 

Treatment for tight foreskin

The surgical procedure of removing the foreskin is called circumcision. Circumcision is a surgical procedure in which a surgeon removes the foreskin that covers the tip of the penis. Circumcision is considered a common religious practice for newborn boys in various parts of the world. However, it is also performed as a medical treatment to cure many urological problems in boys or men. 

Though there are various circumcision techniques but is the modern procedures like ZSR and laser circumcision that are non-invasive in nature. Laser circumcision is the most preferred procedure by both the doctors and the patients. 

Let’s further gain an insight into the laser circumcision and its advantages over open circumcision.

Laser Circumcision Procedure 

With the advancement in technology, medical science has evolved over time. Now people prefer laser circumcision over traditional circumcision procedures. Simply because laser circumcision is a completely different and more effective treatment method than the traditional method of circumcision, which uses medical scissors or scalpel that causes pain and bleeding to the patient. 

Laser circumcision is an absolutely safe and secure surgical procedure that causes no pain or blood loss. The procedure takes around 15 minutes to complete and is performed by a highly experienced and accomplished urologist under the influence of local or general anesthesia. 

After a physical examination and some tests, the patient is given anesthesia. During the laser circumcision, laser cuts through the foreskin that causes no bleeding or pain to the patient during or after the whole procedure. If the patient is given local anesthesia then he may be discharged the same day post the treatment. However, sometimes the doctor advises the patient to stay at the hospital for 3-4 hours after the procedure just to make sure that the patient does not experience any complications.          

Advantages of Laser Circumcision 

Laser circumcision a minimally invasive, precise, safe, secure, risk-free, and painless treatment procedure. This circumcision is also possible in adult males. Below are the advantages of laser circumcision.

  • 100% precise procedure
  • Takes 10-15 minutes to complete
  • Painless Circumcision
  • Bloodless Circumcision
  • Causes no stitches, wounds or scars
  • No side effects
  • Does not affect fertility
  • No hospitalization after circumcision
  • No rest required at home after circumcision
  • Daily dressing not required
  • Can take a bath the next day
  • Apply ointment only for 4-5 days
  • Suture get dissolved in 4-5 days
  • Resume office work from next day
  • Sex and masturbation after 3/4 weeks
  • No pain during sexual intercourse
  • Negligible risk for infection
  • No risk of phimosis recurrence
  • Permanent solution for all foreskin problems
  • 100% success rate

Additionally, laser circumcision for phimosis is also recommended as a medical need by doctors for the below mentioned health conditions. 

  • Phimosis: Tight foreskin. Penis skin not going back.
  • Balanitis: Infection on glans of the penis.
  • Paraphimosis: Foreskin not coming back to the glans of the penis.
  • Frenuloplasty: Tight frenulum making it difficult for the foreskin to go back.

Recovery After Laser Circumcision

The patient is discharged after laser circumcision is done. The whole procedure is absolutely safe, painless, and bloodless and also causes no cuts, stitches, wounds, or scars. There is no risk of sexually transmitted diseases, penile cancer, and cervical cancer in female sex partners or urinary tract infections. 

Above all, laser circumcision recovery is very quick and the patient can resume their work after 48 hours. Compared to traditional circumcision, laser circumcision is an extremely effective and safe procedure.   

You can contact Pristyn Care in your city to get the best treatment to get rid of the tight foreskin. 

 

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