Diagnosis of phimosis begins with a simple, routine physical examination. Your urologist may ask questions about your medical history, symptoms, sexual activity, and any injury to the penis. The doctor may also examine the penis for signs of infection, tight foreskin and related symptoms of phimosis.
The first thing that the urologist will do is ask about your symptoms and physically diagnose the condition. The urologist will try nonsurgical treatments to reduce the foreskin swelling such as pressing the penis with a hand or wrapping the penis in a tight bandage. After the swelling has been reduced, your urologist should be able to pull the foreskin back to its regular position. If the foreskin remains stuck there, the urologist might need to perform a circumcision to treat phimosis.
Stapler Circumcision Surgery in Surat
At Pristyn Care, our doctors perform stapler circumcision as it is a safer and effective treatment method than traditional procedures. It can be done safely on infants as well as adults with minimal risks and complications.
Stapler circumcision involves using a special stapling device that has two bells, an inner bell, and an outer bell. The inner bell protects the glans while the outer bell cuts the foreskin and staples it to close the wound with precision.
The procedure takes only about 10-20 minutes and has many benefits, such as:
- Safe, painless, and minimally invasive surgery
- Minimum blood loss
- No need for a hospital stay
- Minimal risk of urinary tract infection
- Minimal chances of infection
- Quick and smooth recovery