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About Circumcision

What is Circumcision?

Circumcision is a surgical procedure which includes the removal of the foreskin covering the head of the penis. This procedure is very common among newborn boys and is opted in various parts of the world. Circumcision is conducted immediately or after a few days, the newborn baby is born. For some of the families situated in different countries, circumcision is considered as a religious ritual. This procedure is complex and can be a concern for a family due to its tradition, or a matter of personal hygiene or prevention of various health care needs.

Need

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Reduces the risk of various sexually transmitted diseases

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Reduces risk of penile cancer and cervical cancer in female sex partners.

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Decreases the risk of several urinary tract infections.

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For the prevention of balanitis (i.e. inflammation of the glans) and balanoposthitis (i.e., inflammation of the glans and foreskin).

Benefits

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A circumcised infant is very less prone to get a urinary tract infection

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Easier to keep a circumcised penis clean and uninfected

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Circumcision may lower the risk of contracting HIV

Treatment

Procedure

In newborn babies, circumcision surgery can be performed in several ways. The doctor will determine which method is appropriate according to the situation. The three most common circumcision techniques are described as follows:

The Gomco Clamp

In this procedure, a special instrument which is known as a probe is used for the separation of the foreskin from the head of the penis (they are generally joined with a thin membrane). Then, a bell-shaped device is fitted over the head of the penis and under the foreskin (i.e., an incision is made in the foreskin to allow this). The foreskin is then pulled in the upward direction and over the bell and then the clamp is tightened around it for reducing the blood flow to the area. A scalpel is finally used to cut and remove the foreskin of the penis.

The Mogen Clamp

This procedure also involves the removal of the foreskin from the head of the penis with the help of a probe. The foreskin is then pulled out in front of the head and inserted through a metal clamp with a slot in it. The clamp is then held in place while the foreskin is cut with the help of a scalpel, holding the clamp for a few minutes to make sure that bleeding is now controlled. After which the clamp is removed.

The Plastibell Technique

This method is quite similar to the Gomco clamp technique. After the separation part with the help of a probe, the plastic bell is then placed under the foreskin and then over the head of the penis. A piece of suture is then tied around the foreskin, which totally stops the blood supply to the foreskin. A scalpel is then used to remove the extra foreskin, but the plastic ring is left on. After 6 to 12 days the plastic ring falls off on its own.

Why Pristyn Care for Circumcision?

World's most advanced surgery for Circumcision

Pristyn Care specializes in providing the gold standard for Circumcision. With our own team of doctors across 3 cities, we deliver personalized care according to your medical needs. Our easy admission to discharge process and world class infrastructure ensures a hassle free experience.

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10000+ surgeries done

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1- Day discharge

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No Cost EMI

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Free post surgery follow up

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Free Pick up & Drop Facility for surgery

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Hassle-free experience

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All insurances accepted

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24*7 personal coordinator

done  

Post surgery Exercise and Diet plan

done  

Doctors specially trained in laser surgeries

done  

10+ years surgery experience

done  

10000+ surgeries done

done  

Vast network of Clinics, diagnostic center and hospitals

done  

Painless procedure with no cuts

done  

No recurrence

done  

USFDA approved laser proceedings

done  

Most Advanced Laser technology

done  

1- Day discharge

done  

No Cost EMI

done  

Free post surgery follow up

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Free Pick up & Drop Facility for surgery

Most Frequently Asked Questions

Is circumcision done under the anesthesia?

The circumcision is in general planned to be done under the local anesthesia. Local anesthesia will be directly injected into the base of the penis, making it numb so that the circumcision procedure can be carried out without causing any pain to the baby.

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Which circumcision method is the best one?

The choice of the method usually depends on the physician's preference and experience only. Each one of the methods works well and involves stopping the circulation to the foreskin to prevent any bleeding while removing the foreskin.

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Do babies feel pain when get circumcised?

Newborns do feel pain, but they can get through the procedure easier than the older children do. In newborns, the doctors numb the penis and perform the procedure in the hospital nursery while the baby is even awake.

How long does the circumcision take to heal?

It usually takes between 7 to 10 days for a circumcised penis to heal completely after the procedure.

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Does circumcision prevent infection?

Yes, Circumcision surgeries do prevent HIV and sexually transmitted diseases in men during vaginal sex. The procedure is not been proven for reducing the risk of infection through oral or anal sex, or to reduce the risk of HIV transmission to the female partners.

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