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The Sunnah of the Prophet is a subject that is sometimes misunderstood in society. In fact, this condition refers to a congenital problem of the reproductive system called hypospadias. This indicates that the child was born with serious problems with the urinary and excretory system. The urethra is located under or at the bottom of the penis shaft and this can cause many problems.

Hypospadias is a problem that has been on the rise in recent years and is a condition that should be taken seriously in the medical world. This can affect the child’s ability to urinate normally and sexual function. One in every two hundred children is likely to have it, which shows how common this condition is.

But don’t worry, this condition, known as prophetic circumcision, can be successfully treated with the advanced techniques of today’s medicine. In our clinic, our specialized doctors apply modern surgical techniques to solve the problem of hypospadias. Your child’s health and comfort is our top priority and we are pleased to offer the most effective treatments to solve such congenital problems.

Types of Hypospadias

Hypospadias refers to a condition in which the penis is in a lower or incorrect position than the normal location of the opening of the urethra. This can occur in many different forms. Glanular, coronal, subcoronal, midshaft, penoscrotal, scrotal and perineal represent the different forms of hypospadias.

Each type has its own symptoms and treatment requirements. Treatment usually requires surgery, and surgery helps the penis regain its normal functions. These operations are specially planned for diagnosed patients and performed by our expert surgeons in our clinic.

Surgical intervention is performed under general anesthesia for patients diagnosed with hypospadias. These operations improve the patient’s quality of life by restoring the penis to a normal structure. Patients, especially those with a diagnosis, should not be circumcised, as this may further complicate the problem.

In our clinic, we perform specialized surgical interventions for hypospadias and similar conditions. The comfort and health of our patients is our priority and we strive to ensure their satisfaction by offering the most effective treatment methods.

Things to Know About Hypospadias Surgery

Hypospadias is a congenital condition characterized by the urinary orifice being lower than normal or in the wrong position. This can affect the child’s ability to urinate normally and can also be aesthetically unpleasant. Hypospadias surgery is a surgical intervention to correct this condition and achieve a normal penis appearance.

Each case of hypospadias is different and sometimes more than one operation may be needed. Therefore, each child’s case should be assessed individually and examined by a urologist. The aims of the surgery include the proper positioning of the urinary orifice, the proper shaping of the penis and the achievement of an aesthetically normal appearance.

The operation is usually performed under general anesthesia and can take 1 to 2.5 hours. In some cases, more than one operation may be required and the treatment process may therefore be lengthy. In the postoperative period, the patient may require special care for rest and recovery. Painkillers and antibiotics can be used and it is important that patients come for a check-up after a certain period of time.

In the postoperative period, the patient may be fitted with a catheter and it can be removed after a week. Regular check-ups should be carried out throughout the healing process and possible complications should be monitored. Hypospadias surgery can be risky and therefore detailed information should be given before and after the operation. The health and comfort of our patients is our top priority and we work meticulously to achieve the best results.

Complications of Hypospadias

The development of modern medicine and advances in surgical techniques ensure that hypospadias operations are usually successful. However, it should be kept in mind that every surgical intervention carries certain risks. Possible complications of hypospadias surgery include

  • Fistula: This is a surgical complication that can cause urine leakage. A fistula is a hole or tunnel that prevents urine from coming out normally. This condition can usually be successfully treated, but it can be uncomfortable.
  • Narrowing of the orifice: Narrowing of the newly created urinary opening is a common problem after surgery. In this case, some patients may require repeat surgery, while others may require less invasive treatments such as dilatation.
  • Complete Blockage: Although rare, this can be a serious complication that can result in a complete blockage of the urinary tract. In this case, a repeat operation is usually necessary.
  • Penis Curvature and Scar Healing Problems: In the postoperative period, scar-related problems such as curvature of the penis and poor healing of the skin may occur. These conditions are usually corrected or managed surgically.

The potential complications of hypospadias surgery should be considered and the patient and family should be informed in detail before surgery. In this way, potential risks can be minimized and the best results can be achieved.

When should the operation be performed?

Hypospadias surgery can be performed from infancy and it is generally recommended to intervene at 3 months of age. This early age is important for the child’s sexual identity and psychology. Since hypospadias is a congenital condition, it can often be recognized in babies. If there is a significant difference, especially during urination, a urologist should be consulted immediately.

Operations early in a child’s life can be less traumatic physically and emotionally. Also, early surgical intervention can have a positive effect on the development of the foreskin. Therefore, families of babies with suspected hypospadias should consult a specialist and have the necessary examinations as soon as they notice the symptoms.

Operations performed at an early age can help the child develop a normal sexual identity and prevent possible psychological problems. Therefore, early diagnosis and surgical intervention of hypospadias is very important. Specialists should carefully monitor the signs of hypospadias from infancy and recommend appropriate treatment when necessary.

Families of Congenitally Circumcised Children Should Pay Attention

Children who are born congenitally circumcised can sometimes also experience hormonal disorders. This can carry serious risks and can even be fatal. In some cases, the water and salt balance in the body can be disrupted, which can be life-threatening. In addition, problems with the reproductive system can occur later in life, making it difficult to have children.

Families of congenitally circumcised children should take this into account and closely monitor the health status of their children. Boys who have problems urinating on their feet, urinary problems or similar problems may need surgery as early as possible (usually in infancy).

Operations performed in infancy can improve the child’s quality of life and prevent future health problems. Therefore, parents of children with congenital circumcision should regularly monitor their child’s health status and consult a specialist doctor when necessary. Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment can help the child lead a healthy life.