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Foreskin

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The foreskin or prepuce is a flexible sheath of skin with a fine mucosal inner surface.

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Less then 20 % 0f the men of the world are circumcised and most of them for religious and cultural reasons. some because dad wants the boy to look like himself and some for supposed health reasons although no medical organisations recommend or can see any reason for the procedure unless under very...
yes most mamilians have foreskins other domains of the animal kingdom would have them if they had penises
It is simply the work of the person who circumcised you. Not everyone has it, some are very smooth. The major difference is between circumcised and not. The details of the process are going to vary. It is not something that is going to make much difference. The person who did it was probably just a...
She prefers cut. She said that uncut is gross.
Circumcision is very unusual in Australia. Except for Jews and Muslims who do it for religious and cultural reasons. some circumcisions are still done by the indigenous people of Australia. Circumcision is generally discouraged by the medics of Australia and is seen as harmful to the health of a man...
there are a number of techniques however all of them involve the removal of all or part of the prepuce that protect the glans of the penis from harm.
One should ask instead why would one remove the foreskin from the penis. and as there is no reason to do so it stands to reason that it is not a widely practiced pastime. Less then 20% of the worlds men are circumcised and most of them are done for religious and cultural reasons. a very small...
they don't, at least they don't for any practical , sexual performance or health related reason, On the contrary Circumcision is in fact harmful and counter productive No medical authority's would recommend this procedure except under very in very rare circumstanced where this is done to treat a...
There is no hard and fast rule, for some it is quite short showing the end of the glans even when the penis is flaccid, yet for others it may totally cover the glans and go well beyond.
The foreskin of the penis (the Prepuce) is a tube of skin with special properties that extends out from the skin that covers the penis shaft and covers the glans penis to protect it from injury and the possibility of infection. the foreskin is made from an especially pliable and malleable tissue...
You can amputate any piece of the anatomy at any age however it is never advisablr to be circumcised .
If he treats you like a friend, he is interested If you're his best friend, he probably has a crush on you. If you're his best friend and he says he loves you, he means it.
Circumcision has to be performed in a clean, sterile environment, with clean, sterile instruments. Without it, you run the risk of serious infection and even death.
Circumcision likely started as early as 5000 BC and was likelypracticed first by the Hebrews or the Egyptians.
It's an infection. See your doctor.
Many scientific articles have shown negative medical effects to circumcision.
It helps restrain and reposition the foreskin
Posibly a litle iritant or most likely a slight infection. The forekin can be a bit senitive at times. However it usualy gets over any litle problems very quickly. if there is redness and or iritatation then the first course of action is to make sure that it is kept clean and dry. perhaps a litle...
Surgical instruments and/or clamps.
If a boy is not circumcised by the time he is 13 then it is unlikely that he will ever be. This type of mutilation is generally done while they are baby's and cant complain. __________ Jewish men who lived in Russia, where circumcision was banned, ended up getting circumcised in their teens and...
Fairly simple, pull your skin back behind the rim and leave it there. Keep an eye on it to see if it starts to swell, if it does make sure that the glans end of your penis is nice and pink and getting a good blood supply. If your end starts to turn color or get darker in color, indicating that the...
Many of them now don't cover routine circumcision, but most will cover it to correct a problem. There enough debate about its benefits to let insurance companies classify circ'ing as not necessary. For adult men, if it's just to look better, it's cosmetic and very rarely covered. For infants, most...
on a penis that has been circumcised there is not enough skin to cover the whole of the glans penis. There is also usually a scar surrounding the penis just behind the head where the skin was removed.
In most of the world, it is not, the only places where it is stillwidely practiced are in Muslim country's by Muslims at large , andBy Many Jews who initiated the practice from the Egyptians. thereare also some other cultures that do this for religious andcultural reasons. During the Victorian era,...
Be careful with it. make sure it is stretched sufficiently to move easily around the glans and use a lubricant if the situation gets a little dry.
No and after 64 years it stil works just fine.
Ask the doctor about that.
A circumcision is a form of male genital mutilation where the prepuce or foreskin which protects the glans of the penis is simply cut away exposing them to friction on clothing and hardening and drying out. It is a totally unnecessary procedure.
No it is not. The foreskin plays an important part in the maintenance performance and the pleasurable aspects of the penis. there is no good reason for its removal except under dire medical emergency circumstances. Routine infant circumcision is an immoral trade that should stand next to female...
If the foreskin is too tight or not, if it can be pulled back so you can clean under it.
Circumcision is NOT cheap and it's NOT covered by insurance.
phimosis: narrowing of the opening of the foreskin (prepuce) over the glans penis This can be overcome with simple foreskin stretching exercises. Phimosis phimosis If the foreskin becomes narrowed to the point where it cannot be comfortably retracted, it is a condition called phimosis. There are...
It is good to leave the genitalia intact. 80% of the men of the world are intact and would no more think of having their genital mutilated then having any other part of their body cut of. the the iner mucous membrane of the foreskin protects the glans penis from becoming desensitised by constant...
Nothing is wrong with being uncircumcised. The vast majority of men in the world are uncircumcised. \n. \nBeing uncircumcised as several advantages. Uncircumcised men still have their foreskin, which works in a number of ways to maximize the sensitivity of the penis and to maximize pleasure during...
"A review of the scientific literature, however, reveals that the actual effect of circumcision is the destruction of the clinically-demonstated hygienic and immunological properties of the prepuce and intact penis....The higher rate of STDs in circumcised males might well be the result of the loss...
Circumcision is done for several reasons, although the only realadvantage (long and short term) would be hygiene. When circumcised,it's easier to keep the penis clean, since there is no foreskin tohave to clean under. Some do it for aesthetic reasons, feeling the penis looks betterwithout the...
It's an infection that requires a doctor's attention.
No, it is up to you. Your decision a choice you make. It also keeps dirt and muck out! It does. The foreskin is an important part of the penis, its maintainance and its ability to give you and your pardner pleasure and comfort. A minority of the worlds men are subject to male genital mutilation...
The foreskin (prepuce) is cut away from the front of the penis leaving the glans exposed and unprotected this can be done with scalpel, knife scissors, and a variety of especially produced devices.
You have to contact a urologist. They are usually at the hospitals.
No, circumcision is not covered in Canada. In Canada approximately 50% of men are circumcised, and that number is declining. Canada's current circumcision rate is approximately 31.9%, this does range by province with a low rate of 6.8% in Nova Scotia and a high rate of 44.3% in Alberta.
Turn to a urologist. They are the ones doing the circumcising.
It is a Biblical command from God (Genesis ch.17). They are told by their religion that they must. The Bible is full of a lot of instructions to the Jewish people that make good sense. They also find it very important to separate themselves from other people and that is most likely the reasoning...
If your foreskin is retractable which should be the case in most men and boys there is the possibility that bacteria or perhaps other sources of infection may find there way there. it is a simple natter of hygiene, you wipe or clean your anus for the same reason and have a bath for the same reason....
Possibly, but it's EXTREMELY dangerous!
the text of the command to Abraham (Gen 17 10)the Old Testament.
Answer . So long as its not too close to the surgery site.
Getting circumcised wouldn't be a problem. Infection, discomfort and a shaky surgeon would be the only concerns.
He should if the foreskin covers the tip, it makes for a cleaner stream and helps keep the head cleaner and less likely to get irritated.
That is quite natural. I am now 25 years old. When I was in teenage I too have felt pain immediately after masturbation. I was unable to touch my penis after masturbation, felt like encountered high electric shock in penis.
Penis skin is the foreskin and it's removed during circumcision.
You should never pull back the foreskin of an infant, because the tissues of the glans penis and the foreskin are not necessarily differentiated at birth. Around adolescence boys should be at least seeing how far back the foreskin will go if it does not already retract, but they should NEVER force...
Never pull the infant's foreskin back. This can cause serious injury and tissue damage. Boys' foreskins will naturally retract on their own, which may be as late as the teenage years. The skin actually protects from dirt and bacteria. However, if the penis gets red or white stuff develops inside...
No, for the fact that it doesn't work that way.
All the way back uncovering the glans entirely and even further. You can pull it back so far that you cant distinguish it as a separate part.
Yes. The man should focus on the n eed for the procedure; if it is medically indicated as the best or only treatment for a condition, it should be done. If the procedure is not medically indicated, the he should learn everything he can about it before following through. He may decide that keeping...
Jesus mentioned circumcision once, to illustrate a point, when talking with the Jews at : John 7:19-24 It was part of life as a Jew, in keeping with the Mosaic Law given to the nation of Israel through Moses, to separate them from the nations.(Leviticus 12:3) Jesus had been circumcised himself,...
That it is beneficial to health. Circumcision is largely a cultural and religious rite However the public, especially of the English speaking world were misled into believing that there were health reasons for this form of disfigurement. Here is an article largely by, Paul M. Fleiss, MD ...
This is not very rare in young men, This may be something you should talk to your doctor or parents about, However at 13 years of age if you have not encounterd any issues with your foreskin by now, You probably are okay to do so, Make sure if you do try it to not "PULL", You should be able grab...
NO! IT'S WAY TOO DANGEROUS! Have the doctor do it!
The majority of people, not only Christians are repulsed by the idea of circumcision for the same reason as most people are repulsed by the idea of amputating any part of the body without good reason. if a limb is diseased and the disease can not be treated then it stands to reason that it may have...
Hopefully, it shouldn't be a problem, but if it is, you need to talk about it with your partner.
If you don't have a doctor of your own, just phone a Miami hospital and they can give you some leads. Interview the doctor and don't be afraid to ask questions. If you want a Jewish ceremonial circumcision, look for or ask about a "mohel."
There is no need to keep it back. It is suposed to move back and forth over the glan of the penis during sex and should be held in such a way that it slides back and forth over the glans during masturbation. the foreskin is there to protect the sensitive glans of the penis while it is flaccid and...
You didn't state if it is paper cuts or you hurt yourself by intercourse if it is paper cuts it can be treated with a antiseptic ointment you can buy at the Chemist. paper cuts are caused by a very dry skin caused by the water of your country it can be overcome by putting on a normal hand cream...
Some would say the circumcision is harm enough. There may be some loss of sensation due to loss of tissue that has nerve ending in it. Damage done by a sloppy surgeon or moyle.
We really don't care of he is circumcised or not.
They have been circumcised. Either for religious reasons or because their parents chose to have it done.
It is a blood ritual to force the child to be associated with the particular religion regardless of the child's wishes. In short a blood ritual of a sacrifice to force him to stay in the culture.
Nothing in particular most of the worlds men die with their foreskins still firmly attached.
It is the circumcision of a Jewish baby boy. It is when the baby has the foreskin of his penis removed so that he has a sign f being Jewish. The ceremony usually takes place in the home of the baby and a special doctor called the mohel does the procedure.. B . Jews will have Israel as their homeland...
That would be hard to say as there are only about 15% of men that are circumcised.that would indicate that definitely Les then 15 % prefer it otherwise they would have it done to their children. instead they prefer not to mutilate their children Add to this the point that most women who have...
No it is not normal for any penis to smell fishy, Circumcised or not, simple daily cleaning even with just clear water, should prevent any "fishy smell."
Why can't you retract the foreskin behind the head? The frenulum, the web of tissue on the underneath side that connect the foreskin to the head may be too tight. The opening in the fore skin may be too small, the foreskin itself may be too tight. Gently stretching the foreskin over time may give...
You should never push back a Childs foreskin. At birth the foreskin of a child is fused to the foreskin much like the fingernail is fused to the finger. You can only tear it loose and as a result cause pain and possibly considerable damage to the glans penis. (This is a fate that awaits all infants...
Circumcision. That or two clothespins. You really can't ALWAYS retracted, It's possible during an erection, but when it's flaccid, the foreskin will usually sheathe the head of the penis. Sorry. :P You can do it . . . pull back the foreskin and roll it under the behind portion of glans,then penis...
Answer . I think nobody can be able to discover the medicine of varicocele in alteropathy.
Depends on the purpose of the stitches. Ask your doctor. If it's because of a surgery or a cut, wait until the skin got back like normal. If it's something else, ask the doctor who stitches it.
That depends on the individual girl - some care, some don't.
The best answer I could find was 2goats.
Premonitions can have a variety of sources and some are more mundane than others. Sometimes premonitions are simply the result of chance. We imagine that something is going to happen, and it does (with the billions of people on the planet, there is a 100% likelihood that SOMEONE has had this happen...
It's really none of your business, it's his foreskin not yours.
Too Long :P Yeah, i broke mine completely. snapped all the way through. it feels fine after 3 weeks, but don't have sex or anything for at least 6 weeks. If you can pull back your foreskin without it hurting, its healing. to wash it, gently pull it back. too hard and you could go back to square...
It should be able to be pulled back till the skin lays flat on the shaft of the penis and the glans or head of the penis is not pull down. Any amount that will leave the glans completely free of skin will be enough to clean all the folds of skin behind the rim of the glans.
Circumcision is the removal of the foreskin around the glans. Circumcision is not recommended because it removes a natural part of the genitalia that protects the glans is an erogenous zone in its own right and improves the comfort and stimulation of the sex pardner.
not all circumcisions are performed in the same way, some don't even involve the foreskin.
Israel, because the majority of the people are Jewish.
No there is in fact no reason for a healthy penis to be mutilated any reference to circumcision leading to a reduction in the chance of std infection is not backed by facts but just the gainsay of pro circ people. Circumcision is Not Good Health Policy A cost-utility analysis, based on published...
Some Jewish men feel that circumcision shouldn't be done. However, they're a very small minority in the worldwide Jewish community.
Circumcision of the foreskin involves the removal complex tissuecontaining many thousands of highly specialized fine touchreceptors and erogenous nerve fibers. A loss of sexual sensitivityand function is proportional to the amount of foreskin removed; atight circumcision that prevents movement of...
Because it is tight, the way to loosen it is to just work on pulling it back and forth a few times every day. For the best result have an erection while you do this.
Circumcision is a surgery that cuts off the prepuce (foreskin from the penis). the prepuce is a protective covering designed to protect the glans penis from phisical harm abrasion e.t.c and to protect the penis from infection by outside organisms, it is rich in nerves which are there to increase the...