Paraphimosis requires immediate medical intervention. If left untreated, it can cause irreversible damage to the penis. Read on to learn about this disease, its causes, its symptoms, and how to treat it!
Paraphimosis requires immediate medical intervention. If left untreated, it can cause irreversible damage to the penis. Read on to learn about this disease, its ... Read More
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Paraphimosis is a male genital problem that requires immediate medical attention. In this condition, the foreskin gets trapped behind the head of the penis and doesn’t retract. If not treated in time, this condition can cut off the circulation to the tip of the penis and cause permanent damage. This condition affects males who are partially circumcised or completely uncircumcised.
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Paraphimosis is a severe condition that can occur and is considered a medical emergency. The reasons behind its occurrence are manifold and differ from person to person. In most cases, paraphimosis occurs due to the following reasons:
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Paraphimosis diagnosis does not involve elaborate tests. The doctor can diagnose the condition by performing a physical exam. In a physical exam, the doctor will inspect your penis. Additionally, he would also ask you questions about the symptoms you’re experiencing or other discomforts.
Paraphimosis is an emergency condition, and the patient must seek medical intervention immediately after suspecting the condition. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience the following:
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Paraphimosis can lead to some serious complications if left untreated. Therefore, getting timely treatment is always recommended. This condition can restrict blood flow to the penis, depriving its tissues of oxygen. This can lead to serious complications, including:
Paraphimosis occurs in uncircumcised men and can be quite discomforting. Therefore, the best way of preventing this condition is to get a circumcision. Some other ways of preventing this condition from occurring are:
Surgical intervention becomes necessary in complex cases of Paraphimosis. The surgeon might recommend circumcision for Paraphimosis treatment using the following methods- laser circumcision, stapler circumcision and open circumcision. The doctor usually recommends it also for balanitis treatment, phimosis treatment (tight foreskin treatment) balanoposthitis treatment and other foreskin infection treatment. The only surgical treatment available for Paraphimosis is circumcision i.e., the removal of the foreskin from the tip of the penis. Removing the foreskin not only helps in calming the symptoms of Paraphimosis, but also prevents the condition from recurring. Circumcision surgery is of three types:
Postoperative care is essential after circumcision surgery. After the surgery, the surgeon will give you some tips on how to prevent complications after surgery, and encourage recovery. Listed below are some post-surgery care tips that you must follow:
Circumcision surgery is generally quite safe. However, like any other surgery, it has its fair share of risks and complications. Listed below are some complications that might occur after circumcision surgery:
At Pristyn Care we treat various foreskin issues by laser circumcision, stapler circumcision and frenuloplasty surgery.
Urologists suggest circumcision in paraphimosis cases when other methods fail to offer relief. Therefore, such cases of paraphimosis are considered medical emergencies that require circumcision. Therefore, circumcision surgery is covered under insurance.
At Pristyn Care, we have a dedicated insurance team that will assist you throughout the claim process and helps you have a seamless experience. To know more about insurance coverage, you can contact your policy providers or Pristyn Care’s medical coordinators.
Generally, paraphimosis can not be managed manually and requires medical intervention. It will help if you don’t try to force your foreskin down, as it may cause more discomfort.
No. It always requires medical intervention.
Yes. It’s an emergency that requires immediate medical attention. Leaving it untreated for too long can cut off the blood supply to the penis and lead to serious complications.
Both paraphimosis and phimosis are conditions of the foreskin. However, paraphimosis is a medical emergency, while phimosis isn’t.
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