HAEMOPHELIA & CIRCUMCISION

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


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The Circumcision Procedure

No blood. No cuts. No sutures. No sterile settings.

SIMPLE, EASY, QUICK AND NO PAIN

The Alisklamp device enables safe non-surgical adult male circumcision which does not require cutting of live/healthy foreskin.

Circumcisions are preformed at our office and take about 5 to 10 minutes to complete.  Dr. Zul  and an assistant will perform the procedure.

We incorporated the Non surgical circumcision technique  with bloodless and no sutures required. 

The penis is numbed with an injection at the base with a mixture of two medications. The first is a quick acting agent called Lidocaine and the second is a long lasting agent called Marcaine.  Patients usually feel only the first needle prick and no discomfort after that.

The skin is marks accordingly to ensure a precise placing of the alisklamp and the required size is measured. Alisklamp is push into the prepuce and place nicely over the glans penis and clamp is lock securely in place. No cutting of the prepuce is done. The procedure is completed within 5 to 10 minutes.

The clamp is allow to crush the blood vessel and dry gangrene is developed slowly. The gangrene skin is then cut  after 3 days and clamp is removed after another 4 days

The dead dry skin will fall of slowly over few days like the stump of a baby’s umbilical cord. And it is very important to keep the dead skin dry at all time. Wet gangrene will easily breaks and caused bleeding or become  infected.

Sexual activity may resume after approximately four  to six weeks

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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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