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When is adult circumcision necessary

By Steven N. Gange, M.D.

Adult circumcision is not uncommon, though its also not something a doctor will advise unless a man is experiencing certain health problems, such as balanoposthitis, inflammation of the head of the penis and overlying foreskin, or phimosis, difficulty retracting the foreskin. Both problems are seen more commonly in diabetics, but can occur in any uncircumcised man. They are caused by chronic irritation and scarring and can usually be prevented with careful cleaning beneath the foreskin. 

As a first measure, a urologist will likely prescribe an antifungal and antiinflammatory ointment, which may help clear up the problem there is often an associated yeast infection, which thrives in the warm, moist environment created beneath the foreskin. Unfortunately, these conditions often recur, and when they do, a circumcision is advisable.
Other reasons for an adult circumcision

In addition to balanoposthitis and phimosis, several other conditions can prompt a man to become circumcised

Paraphimosis is the inability to position the foreskin back over the head of the penis after it has been retracted; this is usually associated with phimosis and can be a surgical emergency since blood flow to the head of the penis can become impaired.

Genital warts condylomata can become quite large and unresponsive to topical medications, and if located on the foreskin, may be best treated with circumcision.
Penile cancer, if caught early enough, may be treated with circumcision interestingly, penile cancer virtually never occurs in circumcised men.

Finally, many men ultimately request circumcision for cosmetic reasons only; they and their partners seem to prefer the appearance of the circumcised penis.
What happens during an adult circumcision

Undergoing a circumcision as an adult can be intimidating, but it is generally safe. The procedure is usually performed under general anesthesia, but it can also be performed under local. Healing can potentially be complicated by nocturnal erections, which put pressure on the incision and can cause bleeding this is usually selflimiting, but can create swelling and bruising. Diabetics have a greater risk of postoperative infection, which is generally a low risk after this surgery.

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"When is Adult Circumcision Necessary"

Adult circumcision is not uncommon, though its also not something a doctor will advise unless a man is experiencing certain health problems, such as balanoposthitis, inflammation of the head of the penis and overlying foreskin, or phimosis, difficulty retracting the foreskin. Both problems are seen more commonly in diabetics, but can occur in any uncircumcised man. They are caused by chronic irritation and scarring and can usually be prevented with careful cleaning beneath the foreskin

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