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Unconscious circumcision and circumcision mistakes can lead to injuries and infections. This can cause serious trauma.

In the Jewish and Muslim religions, circumcision is very important for boys. There is also a health factor. Circumcision is important in terms of hygiene as well as protection from many diseases. Surgically, circumcision involves cutting away most of the skin around the penis, exposing the part where urine is passed. Thus, in addition to an aesthetically neat appearance, it also helps to urinate hygienically.

Medically, the skin of the prepuce, the tip of the penis, is removed in a certain shape and length. This procedure is called circumcision surgery. Circumcision has both health and aesthetic importance. It is necessary to get help from surgeons to have circumcision in a way that will not cause trauma and deficiency in the child and will not cause any problems. No unauthorized person can perform this operation. It can lead to jeopardizing the health of the child.

Adult Circumcision

Circumcision is the process of surgically cutting the skin at the tip of the penis to expose the glans penis, the head of the penis. In rare cases, the skin at this end may narrow and this operation can be performed for this reason. It can be applied for the man’s religious reasons or entirely at the individual’s request. It can also be performed in combination with other aesthetic penis procedures. The procedure, which is performed under local anesthesia, usually takes an average of 30 minutes and the patient is discharged the same day.

Circumcision Errors and Possible Complications

In our society, there are stories of patients who have been crippled or have experienced aesthetic and functional problems in their penis due to mass circumcision ceremonies and unconscious circumcisions for years. The reason for these effects is that people such as health officers and veterinarians perform circumcision. The International Coalition for Genital Integrity, which lists circumcision as a mutilating operation, frequently investigates such cases.

The foreskin is congenitally adherent in every baby boy and separates spontaneously over time. It protects the penis from friction or injury. This part, which contributes to sexual pleasure and helps to keep the penis moist, is surgically removed. This procedure is very effective in terms of hygiene if done before the child is 1 year old. Reduces the risk of urinary tract infections in children and provides protection against penile cancer and sexually transmitted diseases. The risks of circumcision are the following:

– Excessive bleeding

– Penis head sores

– Infections

– Aesthetic problems caused by surgical errors

– Complications that can result in death

– Infections caused by stenosis in the urethral canal

– Penis curvature

– Painful hardening

– Physiological and psychosexual problems

– Dryness on the head of the penis

Benefits of Circumcision

Circumcision is often performed for religious and cultural reasons. In most cultures, circumcision means that the child loses part of his or her body and the choice is left to the child. However, the benefits of circumcision are prominent in circumcised communities. Many benefits have been scientifically disproven. However, the results on urinary tract infections are very striking.

Boys who are hygiene conscious have a low incidence of urinary tract infections. Circumcision prevents urinary tract infections, penile inflammation and the risk of disease transmission. However, uncircumcised men who maintain genital hygiene are not more likely to have these problems. Circumcision, which has many benefits, should be performed by a surgeon under operating room conditions.

Surgeon Performs Circumcision

Circumcision, which should be performed by a pediatric surgeon and urologist, should never be performed by non-surgeons. Circumcision should be performed in the operating room under normal operating room conditions. For this reason, no one from the family can enter the child, circumcision is not performed without local anesthesia without putting the child to sleep. Because otherwise it creates trauma. Circumcision, which causes serious trauma in children between the ages of 2-6, can lead to a serious self-esteem problem or phobia. Therefore, it should be done either after birth or after 6 years of age. Almost all experts agree that circumcision should not be performed at this age.

Hospital conditions and the intervention of a surgeon are essential to ensure that the child is ready for this situation, that the operational conditions are fully realized and that the child is not suffering from any illness. The child’s psychology should be appropriate for circumcision, as should the appropriate age.