Can circumcision males have babies?
Being circumcised doesn't make the man not to produce sperms so he can still impregnate a woman.
No not at all
The Philippines has the highest circumcision rates worldwide. The circumcision rate in the United States is approximately 90 percent of all males.
The United States has the highest circumcision rate. In America, 90 percent of males are circumcised.
54150 is surgical circumcision of males under the age of 28 days of age. 54151 is surgical circumcision of males older than 28 days of age
YES! Circumcision among Jewish males is nearly universal and is a Torah-precept (Genesis ch.17).
There is no medical advantage in the routine circumcision of males. The foreskin is a highly enervated protective part of the penis that both protects and enhances the pleasure to be had form sexual intercourse and masturbation. There is no known therapeutic benefit in its removal.
No, males can't have babies.
Just an additional hygiene regimen!
No. In Judaism, circumcision applies to males (Genesis 17).
sadly when requested, babies will have their genitals mutilated at the request of the parents (as long as they are a boy, illegal to do to girls)
Jesus was Jewish, born of Jewish parents. Which meant that he had the same circumcision ceremony as virtually all newborn Jewish males.
Circumcision, in males, is the surgical removal of the foreskin or prepuce of the penis. About one-third of males in the United States are circumcised using this process. Two other operations on the penis are practiced by different ethnic groups, this being superincision and subincision. Superincision is a form of male circumcision in which the upper part of the foreskin is incised but not removed. Subincision is another form of male circumcision in which a… Read More
It's all about evolution. The males are attracted to the females who can support babies the best. Big boobs = healthy babies.
No. Males cannot have babies...
Remove father in case he attacks babies. keep them warm. separate the female babies and the mum from males when the males reach five weeks, otherwise the males will fight over the females even if there are plenty of females. You don't want inbreeding as the babies being carried will die after birth.
If there is two male mouses in a cage and one female mouse gave birth will the males eat or kill the babies?
the males will eat and kill the babies
well if a female and males meet then they can make babies. that's why horses can have babies.
No males do not have babies, or eggs in the case of most lizards. It is the female that has the babies.
According to the Tanach, circumcision of Jewish males 8 days old is a physical recognition of the covenant between HaShem (The Creator) and Avraham and his descendants through Isaac.
The brit/bris milah is the circumcision ceremony for Jewish male babies.
Stallions can Produce babies but they can't give birth as they are males.
Very few' As circumcision is a Judaic religious rite that has spilled into the Islam world as well. There is no reason for circumcision and there is no religious compunction in India to engage in this sort of mutilation.
Yes they can there is no mention of circumcision in the Koran and circumcision is a cultural rather then a religious custom _____________________________________________________________ No, he can't. It is a religious requirement for males (not females) to be circumcised. It is a requirement since prophet Abraham (PBUH).
No. Males of most species are not capable of having babies.
I will mention 5 main groups where males are routinely circumcised: The Jews circumcise their baby boys at 8 days of age, as an expression of the Alliance or Covenant with God. Liberal Muslims are slowly starting to practice the Brit Shalom instead of the Brit Milah, celebrating birth without circumcision. Orthodox Jews remain strong in circumcision. The Muslims. While not mentioned in the Qur'an, it's mentioned in other texts and consider important for cleanliness… Read More
yes, per Islam religion (and Judaism), for males only but not for females However there is no mention in any of the Muslim scriptures that circumcision is a requirement.this is merely branding of children for partisan reasons
Only snails and slugs
because they are GAYYY
No, dwarf males can be to aggressive at times. Safer to not take that chance.
No as a matter of fact no one needs to be circumcised except under desperate medical need. similar to having a leg removed for example. There are no health benefits in circumcision and the circumcision of males can be very closely compared to the circumcision of females. Less then 20% of the worlds males are circumcised and most of these are Muslims that have the practice in their culture. The foreskin is an imortant part… Read More
It is called 'circumcision'. Circumcision for males is compulsory per Islam religion (and also Judaism and Christianity) and is practiced since prophet Abraham life when he was commanded by God to perform circumcision for his sons. However, religion doesn't call for female circumcision although it may be practiced in some communities per local traditions and cultures.
Circumcision is considered a religious practice only when it is performed as a religious rite. For example, Judaism requires that Jewish males be circumcised at 8 days old in order to be a participant in Judaism.
Bulls are males , they doNOT have babies, only cows have babies , theya re called calves.
The male penguin does.
No. Males lack a uterus.
yes unless their males
If they're canniballs...
No, like medicaid in almost every state, circumcision is not covered under North Carolina medicaid. The only situation in which circumcision would be covered is in males over 12 years of age with a tight foreskin that can not be retracted (phimosis). No medical association recommends circumcision, and most doctors recommend against routine circumcision because it can have serious complications after the procedure including infection and complications from anesthesia.
It's hard to say, but circumcision is most common in the United States and Israel.
You dont. The male may kill the babies. You need to keep the males apart from the babies.
Some boys are circumcised for religious reasons, for example if you are Jewish or Muslim. Most other religions such as Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism do not practice circumcision. While circumcision has no known medical benefits and no major medical association recommends routine infant circumcision, some parents, particularly in the United States, still decide to have their infants circumcised. The vast majority of men in the world are not circumcised, but in a few countries, inluding… Read More
There are legal, ethical, and medical issues involved in this discussion. Some Jews are opposed to circumcision. However, male circumcision is a key requirement of Judaism and those males who aren't circumcised, regardless of reason, are prohibited from participating in major aspects of Jewish life.
What was given to the Jewish babies to help them not feel the pain of circumcision on the 8th day after birth?
A few drops of wine.
Infant circumcision is far less popular than it used to be. Apart from within Judaism and Islam, infant circumcision is uncommon everywhere in the world except the United States. Even in the United States, circumcision is far less common than it used to be. In the 1980s up to 80% of newborn males in the United States were circumcised. By 2007, the rate of circumcision had dropped to less than 40%. The large drop is… Read More
Circumcision is more barbaric and dangerous in females than males. any form of cutting of the genitals be it either to a male or a female falls under the same general concept, Genital mutilation.
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.
There is no medical reason for circumcision, and no major medical association recommends routine circumcision. Circumcision, like any surgery, has risks of adverse medical events including surgical error, severe pain, infection, and prolonged bleeding. Some boys are circumcised for cultural or religious reasons. For example, circumcision is practiced by Jews and in some sects of Islam. Most other religions including Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism do not practice circumcision. While the vast majority of the world's… Read More
no the parents and babies could mate together and after a while you will need to separate the female babies from the male babies and posibley the mother and father as they will breed again. however you could keep the mother and the female babies together, but the males will need separating no the parents and babies could mate together and after a while you will need to separate the female babies from the male… Read More
No such event. Within eight days, all male Jewish babies have a circumcision and all female Jewish babies having a baby-naming.
Circumcision is not necessary for males of any age. Circumcision has no known medical benefits, and no major medical association recommends routine infant circumcision. Circumcision caries with it serious risks of adverse outcomes including prolonged bleeding, infection, severe pain, and surgical error that can result in damage to the penis. For these reasons most physicians recommend against circumcision. Circumcision can have long lasting consequences. Circumcision removes a normal part of the penis that functions to… Read More