Yes, it is possible: It has been brought to my attention that while an uncircumcised penis is not the primary 'cause' of cervical cancer, it could contribute to the female partner contracting it. How so? 1. If your uncircumcised partner doesn't bath before sexual intercourse. It is VERY important that he showers before sex. And not just a wash-n-go shower either. He must clean his penis before sex, because untold amounts of bacteria could hide underneath the skin and given the chance will enter a woman during sex. This bacteria in turn will house itself on the cervix, in the cervix and around the cervix, and slowly cause infection which could lead to Cervical cancer. If you are asking for yourself, be wise and make sure to tell him to clean it first. It may hurt his pride. His pride may be strong, but if he is engaging in sexual relations with you, his love for you should be stronger and he would want to keep you around for a while! --Hope this helps!
You are born with an uncircumcised penis. Circumcision is the removal of the foreskin.
An uncircumcised penis is a penis that is intact in other words it still has it's foreskin. More then 80% of the worlds males have an intact penis.
Both circumcised and uncircumcised men can get chlamydia. You can't get chlamydia from an uncircumcised male unless he has chlamydia.
A large penis can during sex, hit the cervix and cause some damage the the cervical cells. If damage is done on a regular basis, the cells can become pre-cancerous and cancerous.
No, being uncircumcised should not affect intercourse in any way.
A circumcised penis has the foreskin removed. An uncircumcised one does not.
An "uncut" penis is uncircumcised; that is, the foreskin is intact. The end of an uncircumcised ("uncut") penis is covered by a tubular flap of skin called the "foreskin." When the penis becomes erect, the foreskin draws back to expose the head of the penis.
No there is not.
Yes. A vasectomy does not effect the penis.
The status of a penis, specifically if it is circumcised or uncircumcised.
No, there is no difference.