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Sexual Health: Circumcision

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Updated: Saturday, Jun 13,2009, 9:44:04 AM
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Risk of bleeding and infection at the site of the circumcision ,Irritation of the glans ,Increased risk of meatitis (inflammation of the opening of the penis) ,Risk of injury to the penistcmwell.com

Pain Risk of bleeding and infection at the site of the circumcision ,Irritation of the glans ,Increased risk of meatitis (inflammation of the opening of the penis) ,Risk of injury to the penis...

What Are the Benefits of Circumcision?
There is some evidence that circumcision has health benefits, including:

A decreased risk of urinary tract infections.
A reduced risk of sexually transmitted diseases in men.
Circumcision also makes it easier to keep the end of the penis clean.
Note: Some studies show that good hygiene can help prevent certain problems with
Protection against penile cancer and a reduced risk of cervical cancer in female sex partners.
Prevention of balanitis (inflammation of the glans) and balanoposthitis (inflammation of the glans and foreskin).
Prevention of phimosis (the inability to retract the foreskin) and paraphimosis (the inability to return the foreskin to its original location).
the penis, including infections and swelling, even if the penis is not circumcised.

What Are the Risks of Circumcision?

Like any surgical procedure, there are risks associated with circumcision. However, this risk is low. Problems associated with circumcision include:

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Risk of bleeding and infection at the site of the circumcision ,Irritation of the glans ,Increased risk of meatitis (inflammation of the opening of the penis) ,Risk of injury to the penis

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