Circumcision is the cutting off of the foreskin from the male genitalia. A minor surgical procedure is performed on the manhood to remove the foreskin. It is usually performed on newborn boys but can also be done on older boys and men. There are special clinics that offer circumcision services, which this article will discuss.
Circumcision is a procedure that has been performed over the years for religious reasons. Medical reasons are also a common reason why male circumcision is done. Some communities circumcise their males as a means of rite of passage as required by their cultural beliefs such as many African communities.
Circumcision has its share of benefits. Before taking part in a medical procedure, ensure that the resultant benefits you are likely to outweigh the risks involved. Male circumcision has its own advantages as is argued further down.
The foreskin suffers irritability that is done away with after circumcision. This comes about because the foreskin has many nerve endings that make it sensitive. When there is reduced sensitivity, sexual experience becomes more pleasurable.
Circumcision helps in reducing the risk of urinary tract infections. From available medical records, females are more prone to infections of the urinary tract than their male counterparts. Males who are uncircumcised, however, contract urinary tract infections than circumcised males. Urinary tract infections pose a danger of suffering renal problems for their victims. Safety measures such as male circumcision should be taken to prevent this kind of medical problems in the future.
When the foreskin is removed, it becomes easier to wash the manhood. Since a long folded piece of fresh, the foreskin is able to cover dirt Once it is removed then the genitalia are well accessed during bath time helping ensure the manhood is well cleaned.
Circumcision also helps reduce the risk of contracting cancer. Cancer of the manhood is rare but more common to uncircumcised males than in circumcised males. Cervical cancer in females is also more common in female sexual partners of males that are uncircumcised. Being a dangerous disease, cancer should be prevented by all means. One of the ways through which penile and cervical cancer acne be prevented is through circumcision.
Circumcision helps reduce the risk of contracting and spreading STIs. That is because irritation on the manhood during sex is reduced because when the foreskin is removed, the male organ becomes tougher. The foreskin is made up of mucosal linings that may allow in germs into the bloodstream. These linings are removed upon circumcision; thus, reducing the risk of transmission of germs across sexual partners.
Consider putting your males through circumcision to protect them from medical risks that circumcision can prevent.