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Adult Circumcision Before and After

Posted by John Dugan on Friday, December 28, 2018, In : Men's Health 

According to a report by CBS News, circumcision in male infants has been consistently trending down. As seen in information compiled by the Mayo Clinic, circumcision has dropped from 83 percent in 1977 to 77 percent in 2010. While the percentage of male babies is still quite significant, more parents are questioning circumcision, even with 50 percent of uncircumcised males experiencing some sort of medical condition in relation to their foreskin. As circumcision experiencing less “social no...


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Is Circumcision Necessary? Reasons for and Against the Ancient Practice

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, November 19, 2018, In : Men's Health 

Parents face this question when having a male child and adult men face it later in life: Is circumcision necessary? While there are plenty of reasons to get circumcised, very few of them could be classified as necessary. Generally, most reasons to get circumcised center around personal belief, medical issues, or social conditioning. Let’s look at some reasons that circumcision might be necessary and other reasons one may want to think twice before going under the knife.

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Adult Circumcision Pros and Cons

Posted by John Dugan on Tuesday, October 9, 2018, In : Men's Health 

Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin, which is the skin covering the tip of the penis. This practice originated in several religious rites and eventually became the norm in society today. It is usually done within the first few days of a child’s birth, Fthough it can be done at any time. Some adult men decide to get circumcised for religious conversion, hygiene, as the result of a complication of a disease like diabetes, or just for aesthetic effect.

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Circumcision Pros and Cons: Joining the Debate

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, August 13, 2018, In : Men's Health 

Circumcision is a major decision that can have a lasting impact for every male. In some cultures, circumcision is a religious ceremony. In Judaism, the ritual is called brit milah, as is usually performed in the family home or synagogue when the baby is eight days old. The procedure is performed by a mohel who has both the religious and surgical training to perform the ritual circumcision. In Islam, it is called Khitan and is performed in a hospital before a boy hits puberty.

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When Is Circumcision Necessary? What Men Need to Know

Posted by John Dugan on Saturday, June 16, 2018, In : Men's Health 

While it’s typically done as an infant, many men opt to undergo a circumcision later in life. Having a circumcised member is fairly common in the U.S.; among men between the ages of 14 to 59, 81 percent are circumcised. That overwhelming number may make a man question: is circumcision necessary?

While most of those circumcisions happen within days of a baby boy’s birth, more and more often, men are choosing to make this decision in adulthood. Ultimately, circumcision is a personal choi...


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Ensuring Good Penis Health After Circumcision

Posted by John Dugan on Friday, September 22, 2017, In : Men's Health 

Circumcision is one of the oldest surgical procedures. Practiced for thousands of years, it can be done for cultural, religious, social or medical reasons. No matter a man’s reason for having a circumcision done, it’s vitally important that he pays very close attention to good penis care in the days and weeks following the procedure. The more good care he gives himself, the better penis health and sensation he will be able to maintain for the rest of his life as a circumcised man.

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Preserving Penis Sensitivity after Adult Circumcision

Posted by John Dugan on Friday, June 30, 2017, In : Men's Health 

For most men, the decision to become circumcised is made for them, well before they are old enough to have any idea of what the procedure means. But for some men, adult circumcision might become necessary or preferable. Sometimes a man will practice the best penis care only to discover that something is wrong that needs to be corrected, such as a too-tight foreskin or other medical condition. And still others might choose that they want to undergo adult circumcision for aesthetic reasons. Wh...


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Penis Sensitivity and Circumcision: What Men Need to Know

Posted by John Dugan on Saturday, October 22, 2016, In : Men's Health 

Today close to 55% of male babies in the U.S. are circumcised before they leave the hospital; back in the 1980s, the number was at a whopping 85%. That means that today, there are a lot of adult men walking around with a circumcised penis. Many of those circumcisions were performed in the interest of good penis care, with the belief that a circumcised penis is easier to clean. Some of those were performed for religious reasons. And in some cases, circumcised fathers simply wanted the assuran...


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Adult Circumcision - What to Expect Before, During and After the Procedure

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, April 7, 2014, In : Men's Health 

For decades, circumcising infant males has been something of a norm in the United States. However, in more recent years, many parents have elected not to have this procedure performed on their newborns. In most cases, there is no medical advantage to being circumcised; rather, it has been typically carried out as a matter of tradition. However, in certain cases, men may decide as adults that circumcision is necessary; this is often done as a solution for phimosis (a foreskin that will not re...


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Circumcision and Loss of Penis Sensation - Weighing the Risks and Benefits

Posted by John Dugan on Friday, October 11, 2013, In : Men's Health 

The question of whether circumcision has any medical benefit is a contentious topic. Opponents of the procedure often view the surgical ablation of the foreskin as mutilation that leaves a man with only a partially-functioning member, while those in favor point out that circumcision can reduce the risk of serious disease, as well as making it easier to maintain adequate personal hygiene. In either case, the right penis care can make all the difference when it comes to a healthy and happy man...


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Adult Circumcision - Benefits, Risks and What to Expect from the Procedure

Posted by John Dugan on Friday, August 30, 2013, In : Men's Health 

The vast majority of males who are circumcised undergo the procedure in infancy or childhood. However, because of recent research that points to certain health benefits, adults are increasingly opting for surgical ablation of the foreskin. This is a decision that men should make based on accurate information and the recommendations of a qualified urologist. Understanding the why’s and how’s of circumcision may help men to decide whether the surgery is for them, as well as how to plan for...


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The Debate over Circumcision - Its Effects on Penis Health and Sensation

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, August 19, 2013, In : Men's Health 

To circumcise or not to circumcise? This has been a touchy subject in the medical community for years, with those in favor of circumcision arguing that it is necessary to prevent disease, and those who are against the procedure insisting that it is not only unnecessary, but actually detrimental to a man’s sexual health. But either way, cut or uncut, knowing the right approach to penis care is essential. Some of the pros and cons of circumcision and how to maintain a healthy penis are explo...


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Adult Penis Circumcision – Before and After Care

Posted by John Dugan on Wednesday, February 27, 2013, In : Men's Health 

Over the past twenty years, there has been an ongoing debate over whether or not surgical removal of the foreskin is a necessary medical procedure. Cultural and religious customs often dictate that male children be circumcised, and the common wisdom is that removing the foreskin results in improved hygiene; furthermore, recent medical research indicates that circumcision decreases the risk for AIDS, penile cancer and sexually transmitted diseases, as well as minor, yet uncomfortable skin inf...


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Adult Penis Circumcision – Pros and Cons

Posted by John Dugan on Wednesday, February 13, 2013, In : Men's Health 

For thousands of years, penis circumcision has been a fact of life for men around the world, but a great deal of controversy still surrounds the practice of removing the male foreskin. While the tradition itself is generally related to cultural or religious convention, the medical profession has cited numerous health issues related to circumcision, both in support of and in opposition to the procedure.

For adult males, the debate is largely academic, since the decision about circumcision w...


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TLC For The Penis - Self-Care After Adult Circumcision

Posted by John Dugan on Thursday, January 17, 2013, In : Men’s Issues 
A surgical procedure to remove the foreskin (the skin covering the end of the penis), circumcision is a religious rite or a ceremonial tradition in many cultures. Circumcision has been in the news lately, because some people think the practice is painful and risky. However, most doctors believe that people who have been circumcised as infants are comfortable with the choices their parents made for them and have no regrets. On the other hand, adult males may also choose to have the foreskin re...

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Phimosis: Is Full Circumcision The Only Answer?

Posted by John Dugan on Thursday, December 20, 2012, In : Men’s Issues 
As researchers continue to debate the risks and benefits of circumcision, more and more parents are choosing to allow their baby boys to retain their natural state. These parents may hope that by teaching their children proper penis health care, these boys can grow up healthy and happy, with all of the bits of skin they were born with. Unfortunately, some men develop phimosis, an uncomfortable condition in which the foreskin doesn't retract as it should. Circumcision is commonly prescribed fo...

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Diminished Penis Sensitivity Associated with Circumcision

Posted by John Dugan on Thursday, July 19, 2012, In : Men’s Issues 
Circumcision is performed in many parts of the world, for a wide variety of reasons. Whether this simple surgical procedure is performed at birth or later on in life, it can have lasting effects on a man’s physical well-being and sexual health. For circumcised men who are experiencing diminished penis sensitivity, there is hope – the use of a men’s health formula containing penis-specific vitamins and minerals may be indicated for increasing tactile sensation in the glans of the penis a...

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