HAEMOPHELIA & CIRCUMCISION

"Haemophelia is an absolute contraindication with conventional circumcision.."


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Why Male Circumcision?

Every 16 seconds someone dies of AIDS.
Every 12 seconds someone contracts HIV.
 
HIV has taken the lives of 25 million people at a rate of 2 million per year, with 2/3 of these deaths in Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2007, the World Health Organization and UNAIDS cited that medical male circumcision (MC) can reduce the risk of HIV infection by approximately 60% in high risk areas such as Sub Saharan Africa. The “ABCs” – Abstinence, Be Faithful and Condoms are crucial elements, but are not enough. The much anticipated HIV vaccines have been under development for nearly 20 years but are nowhere near market readiness. 

The US Government (USAID) underscores the impact of male circumcision if conducted rapidly in target countries. However, surgical male circumcision (SMC) requires highly trained medical professionals and sterile surgery-type settings. While genuine attempts have been made by target countries to scale up SMC in the past years, the procedure is not geared for the volume required in Africa, especially in rural and resource limited areas. 

The Alisklamp device offers a safe, simple and scalable solution for scale up of adult male circumcision in resource limited settings for HIV prevention.

Alisklamp Non Surgical Technique is:

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 true Safe
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Circumcised Men Take Longer to Reach Ejaculation, but That May Be OK

Adult circumcision affects a guy's sexual performance -- but not in a bad way, according to a new study.

Circumcised men take longer to reach ejaculation, which can be viewed as "an advantage, rather than a 

complication," writes lead researcher Temucin Senkul

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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