Looking for circumcision experts at affordable rates? Don’t worry, we have got you all covered. Circumcision is the removal of penis’ foreskin that has a lot of health benefits for adults and children.
So, if you are looking for somebody to complete a clean and comfortable surgery, book your appointment right away. We offer the best experts along with a cutting-edge facility for people of all backgrounds.
We cater all the religious and ritual concerns and also provide a “sunnah” way of doing circumcision for our Muslim customers. Not to mention, we provide the most affordable rates with complete post-surgery care included in our package.
Understanding the Circumcision
Circumcision involves surgical removal of the skin on the head of the penis also called as the foreskin. It is usually the babies who undergo circumcision shortly after birth but those who haven’t had one as a baby can have it now at our clinic under best experts in the field.
Although not necessary, it is typically done within two to three days after birth. It’s recommended to have it done as soon as possible to avoid any later risks and complications. For instance, at birth, foreskin is completely adherent to the tip of the penis. It develops and separates over time so that it can be retracted. Sometimes, it fails to separate and remains attached to the penile crown. This condition is called phimosis, and it requires circumcision to correct it.
Most circumcisions are done to effectuate religious obligations. However, science has proven that circumcision rolls in various health benefits, including lowering the risk for urinary tract infections.
How the Circumcision procedure is performed
Before carrying out the circumcision surgery, our experts give you (or the new-born child) acetaminophen to help with pain relief. The following steps are taken prior to and during the circumcision surgery:
You will enter our operating room where you can lie on the bed. Your penis will then be cleansed. An anaesthetic, either an injection or a cream, will then be applied, so you won’t feel any pain.
During the procedure, our experts carefully remove the foreskin through a scalpel. Once the foreskin is removed, our experts then apply an ointment followed by wrapping the penis with a gauze. The entire procedure takes around 20 minutes.
As for recovery from the circumcision, since your penis is technically cut, it takes time for it to heal. Not that it’s something very serious, your penis might swell a little after circumcision. It usually takes about a week to ten days for your penis to heal reasonably. You might also notice yellowing at the tip. Again, it is quite normal, and we make sure to provide complete care and support during this post-treatment period.
All you need to know about Circumcision
You may have other questions about the procedure that may not have been answered yet. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding circumcision.
Circumcision involves surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis. Foreskin is the skin that covers the head of the penis. At birth, it is usually adherent to the penile crown, but it separates over time and can be retracted. It is this flap of the skin that is separated through circumcision.
It is usually done within two to three days after birth, but adults can also have it owing to the great health benefits that come with a circumcised penis. It is recommended however to have it done as soon as possible to avoid later risks and complications.
Circumcision on a newborn is usually performed by a urologist, obstetrician or a paediatrician in a hospital. Adults can have it done through a healthcare provider.
In short, any trained professional can perform a circumcision surgery. And when we talk about trained, there’s no better option than the experts at our clinic that ensure a clean and comfortable procedure with 100 percent client satisfaction.
Circumcision can cause a little pain. However, use of analgesics and anaesthetics greatly reduces any pain sensations or discomfort. These medicines are used both before the procedure and afterwards during the recovery phase.
The experts/doctors provide a complete, personalized guide in how to take care of a circumcised penis. This generally includes:
• Regular application of Vaseline on the penis to prevent irritation and redness
• Using analgesics to avoid any pain sensations
• Washing the area gently as it heals
However, if the penis shows delayed healing or any kind of bleeding or discharge, you can always contact our experts for professional advice.
Circumcision is a quite popular procedure throughout the world. The percentage of males getting circumcised globally is 33 percent. The greatest of these individuals belong to the US, South Korea and the Middle East.
Circumcision is a little less common in Europe, Asia and South America. However, the rates goes up many folds in Jewish and Muslim populations. The high rate of circumcised males in these populations is due to their religious obligations (circumcision is a part of their religion).
Circumcision is usually a short procedure and does not take more than 2 minutes. The procedure begins with placing the baby (or adult) on the back and cleaning the penis. An anaesthetic is then applied to help with any pain during or after the procedure.
Once the necessary preparations are made, the expert/doctor begins removing the foreskin with the help of a scalpel. An ointment is then applied ant the penis is wrapped in a gauze to protect it.
Yes. The adults can get circumcision if they have missed out on being circumcised as babies. They usually undergo a similar procedure as it done for babies (circumcised under anaesthesia to reduce pain sensations). However, the procedure might take a little longer for males, and they might also receive stitches if necessary.
The procedure is done after thorough discussing the prospects of recovery and a complete aftercare is provided to ensure a male is good to have sex in no time.
Circumcision holds a lot of health benefits. From lowering the risk of UTI's to dwindling any chances of a penile cancer, circumcision can be seen fuelling your health in a positive direction. That is why the Royal Academy of Paediatrics (RAP) recommends having your baby circumcised soon after birth.
However, our experts won’t advise a circumcision if:
• Your baby has medical concerns
• He was born prematurely
• Has some physical problem with the penis that needs surgery.
Contrary to the popular belief, circumcision does not affect fertility nor does it create any sexual disorientations. In fact, males with a circumcised penis enjoy a medically healthy intercourse that reduces the risk of cervical cancer in the female partner. Don’t you want to help your partner?
Yes, we can complete child circumcisions on new-borns only. Please call us so we can check the age of your child and let you know if it is possible.
Benefits of Circumcision
Circumcision has a lot of benefits. For starters, it adds to your personal hygiene because a circumcised penis is much easier to clean. Other benefits that you get with a circumcised penis are as follows.
Circumcision Lowers The Risk Of:
Cervical cancer of partners. Having an intercourse with a circumcised penis significantly lowers the risk of cervical cancer in your partner.
Penile cancer. Circumcised males are at lower risk for developing cancer of the penis.
Sexually Transmitted Infections. Circumcision greatly reduces the risk for sexually transmitted infections such as AIDS and HIV.
Certain conditions associated with an increased foreskin such as phimosis, paraphimosis and balanoposthitis (which is the inflammation of the penile head and its foreskin).
UTI's. Penile circumcision lowers down the risk for development of infections of the urinary tract. Uncircumcised males are more prone to such infections.
Risks OF Circumcision
Circumcision is usually a very safe procedure with minimal risks and complications. However, as is evident with every surgical procedure, you might develop the following complications:
Reaction to anaesthesia
Inflamed opening of the penis
In some cases, because the foreskin does not heal and remains adherent to the penile head, a second circumcision becomes necessary. But rest assured, with our expert treatment, it will never come down to a second procedure.
When to Call a Healthcare Provider After a Circumcision
Great benefits and low risks make it a popular treatment across the UK and what better place to have it done than our clinic that ensures the highest standards of quality in healthcare – nevertheless, although highly unlikely, the penis might not heal properly after a circumcision. If you notice:
Frequent and continuous bleeding
Failure to urinate within 12 hours post-surgery
In any of these cases, you need to contact our support team. We will address the issue at the earliest and come up with a complete, personalized plan to help your penis heal faster.
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