Unusual Penis Procedures – Most Surprising Penile Art

When it comes to a man’s penis, there typically aren’t too many surprises when it comes time for the big sexual reveal. Usually, the only alternation a penis has is absence of a foreskin, as circumcision is a very common practice performed on male infants by a physician. It seems that otherwise, most men leave well enough alone, due to the extreme sensitivity of the area, and prefer to leave body art to less-delicate body parts. Even still, there are some men who like to stand out in a crowd and maybe don’t mind a bit of extra pain. Read on to learn about some of the shocking things guys to do their junk and why some of these procedures can make penis care more difficult and important.

Penis Piercing: Men who enjoy a little jewelry may find themselves wanting a penis piercing… or two. A penis piercing can be done through the skin on the shaft of the penis, the scrotum, the head of the penis or even through the foreskin. Often, a bar or a ring style piercing is used for men who want a little bling on their business. It is important to know, however, that penis piercing are prone to infection, so they should always be done by a professional with sterile equipment. Additionally, because of the high amount of bacteria harbored down under, exceptional hygiene is required to avoid a painful, nasty infection.

Penis Tattoo: Just like the rest of the body, the penis makes a perfectly tattoo-able surface – though one can imagine the pain factor would be a bit more intense. As with all tattoos, the chance of infection is the most serious risk, so again, tattoos should be done by a professional, and only in the most sanitary of conditions. In rare cases, penile tattoos have caused permanent nerve damage to the area, so be sure to pick an artist with a steady hand!

Penis Pearling: Similar to penis piercing, penis pearling or beading is a kind of body modification that gives the penis a little extra intrigue; only instead of the body jewelry being on the outside, it is implanted under the skin of the penis. The main draw behind pearling is that it is meant to enhance sexual pleasure for both partners, as it creates a textured, slightly ribbed feeling to the penis. Pearls of different shapes and sizes can be implanted in the shaft, under the foreskin, or even in the scrotum. Infection and rejection of the pearls is the most common side effect, making hygiene during healing extremely important, as infected or rejected pearls have to be surgically removed!

Circumcision: Yup, some men who didn’t get the snip as a baby or child elect to have the procedure done as an adult. Circumcision is a removal of the foreskin, and a man may choose to do it for religious, social, cultural or medical reasons. Men who suffer from chronic infections under the foreskin or have a tight foreskin that is painful to retract may seek out the procedure.

Foreskin Restoration: Just as some men wish for no foreskin, there are men who choose to have a foreskin restoration to recreate the appearance of a foreskin. Skin is taken from the scrotum and attached to the shaft in a surgical restoration, or penile skin from the shaft is stretched over the head of the penis in a nonsurgical restoration.

Stapler Circumsicion Surgery

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What is Stapler Circumcision?

The stapler circumcision Hyderabad is another way of performing circumcision. In this technique, the foreskin is cut using a stapling device which also stitches the wound with the help of fine stainless steel staples.
 
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The average cost of Circumcision treatment is 10,000+ (Pay in Monthly or Credit Card) according to statistics from the India Society of Plastic Surgeons.
 
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Overview

 

For some families, circumcision is a religious ritual. The procedure can also be a matter of family tradition, personal hygiene or health care. For others, however, circumcision seems unnecessary or disfiguring.

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Circumcision can have various health benefits, including:
  1. Easier hygiene. Circumcision facilitates washing of the penis. However, boys with uncircumcised penises can be taught to wash under the foreskin regularly.
  2. Decreased risk of urinary tract infections. The risk of urinary tract infections in men is low, but these infections are more common in uncircumcised men. Serious infections early in life can lead to kidney problems later.
  3. Decreased risk of sexually transmitted infections. Circumcised men may have a lower risk of certain sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Yet, safe sex practices remain essential.
  4. Prevention of penile problems. Sometimes the foreskin on an uncircumcised penis can be difficult or impossible to retract (phimosis). This can lead to inflammation of the foreskin or the head of the penis.
  5. Decreased risk of penile cancer. Although penile cancer is rare, it is less common in circumcised men. Additionally, cervical cancer is less common in female sex partners of circumcised men.

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2 Pain Painful Minimum
3 Blood Loss Yes No
4 Stitiches Yes Minimum
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Reduced Likelihood of Urinary Tract Infections: Uncircumcised men are more prone to this condition than men who have had circumcisions. Generally, these unpleasant infections occur when harmful bacteria, most often e. coli, gets inside the urethra. A urinary tract infection is typically marked by a frequency urgency to urinate, sometimes so severe it wakes a man up from sleep. Usually, urination will also be accompanied by a very uncomfortable pain or burning sensation.

Urinary tract infections are typically more common in men who are uncircumcised because bacteria, like the ones that cause urinary tract infections, can become trapped underneath the foreskin. By removing the foreskin, bacteria have less places to camp out and cause later


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  1. Get rid of all foreskin issues
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Risks


The most common complications associated with circumcision are bleeding and infection. Side effects related to anesthesia are also possible.

In rare cases, circumcision can lead to foreskin problems. For example:
 


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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can circumcision prevent cancer?

There is little evidence for this. Childhood circumcision – but not adult circumcision – can reduce the risk of penile cancer, but the disease is very rare anyway and the real risk factors are poor personal hygiene and smoking. In fact, the countries with the highest rates of circumcision (e.g. INDIA AND USA) are also those with the highest rates of penile cancer.

2. Can circumcision reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infection or HIV/AIDS?

Another controversial area. Some sexually transmitted infections appear to be more common in uncircumcised men and others in circumcised men.

Regarding AIDS, the international non-profit health organization Cochrane Collaboration reviewed all research on circumcision and HIV and concluded that there is insufficient evidence to support the idea that circumcised men are less likely to contract HIV. However, it must be said that not all scientists agree with this.


3. Is circumcision safe?

It is generally accepted that perhaps 2% of medical circumcisions result in serious complications – 1 in 50. (The numbers are obviously higher when the surgeon or hygiene practices are below hospital standards.) Complications include bleeding, infection, Ulcers as well as psychological and sexual complications problems. .

The operation is usually performed under local anesthesia in boys and general anesthesia in men. The patient is usually discharged the same day, but many describe the operation and its consequences as painful.


4. is it reversible?

Some men think like that. There are videos and packages that claim to show circumcised men how to restore themselves, but these should be approached with caution.

5. How can I avoid tight foreskin?

You will like this one. There is a very simple way. A 1997 study of men aged 18 to 22 published in the British Journal of Sexual Medicine found that those with a tight foreskin never masturbated or used an unusual technique. Once they masturbated in a more conventional manner (i.e., an up and down motion that mimicked sex), the problem resolved within a few weeks.

6. Does insurance cover circumcision?

If you have a medical problem with your foreskin, insurance may cover the cost of the circumcision treatment. Call today for a consultation. Our team of experts will work with you to determine if you have a medical condition that qualifies for covered circumcision treatment.

7. Are there side effects of circumcision?

Laser circumcision ensures there is no risk of infection, bleeding or other common side effects associated with conventional circumcision.

8. Is laser and stapler circumcision treatment expensive?

At Pristyn Care, we offer the most advanced laser treatment available at an affordable price. We also offer a cashless claim option (0% EMI interest) that becomes even more affordable.


9. How long is the recovery time after circumcision?

Circumcision is a day care procedure. You can go home the same day after a few hours. You can resume your normal working day within 24 hours.

10. Is circumcision performed under local anesthesia?

Normal circumcision and laser circumcision are performed under local, regional, or general anesthesia. Circumcision does not require an overnight hospital stay.

11. Intercourse after circumcision?

It is recommended to wait at least three weeks after the procedure.


Prevention of Balanitis: Even though cleanliness is key for women and men, circumcised and not, uncircumcised men have to take hygiene especially seriously. And even the cleanest uncircumcised men can sometime experience smegma, a collection of dead skin cells, oil and other fluids that combine into a white, cheese-like substance. When smegma isn’t properly eradicated, it can cause a condition called balanitis, which is when the smegma becomes infected. While this is a problem that impacts all kinds of men, regardless of their circumcision status, it’s especially common in uncut men. By undergoing a later life circumcision, men can more easily prevent this uncomfortable condition.

Cure to Phimosis: Some uncircumcised men experience phimosis, a condition where a man’s foreskin will be too tight to be pulled back past the glans during intimate situations. Unfortunately, this is not a problem that solves itself naturally. Men who deal with this difficult condition will eliminate the problem with a circumcision.

 

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Risks of Circumcision surgery 

  1. The risk of bad side effects from circumcision is low. The most common side effect is bleeding or infection. When circumcision is not done the right way, the urethra (the tube that carries urine out of the body) or penis may be hurt. In rare cases, death has even occurred.
  2. Some problems linked to circumcision that may not be noticed until later are buried penis, meatal stenosis (narrow opening at the end of the penis), skin bridges, chordee (curved penis), and the penis not looking right. Some of these problems may need to be fixed with surgery.

Procedure


Circumcision of a newborn is mostly a quick, safe procedure when done by a skilled doctor. To lessen pain for newborns, a pain killer may be used. There is some evidence that babies may be less likely to feel pain 7 to 10 days after birth. This is because newborns have a high level of endorphins (substances made by the body that reduce pain).

A special clamp is attached to the penis and the foreskin is cut away.


After Procedure
After circumcision, caring for the penis is simple but important. Wash the area gently with warm water. Pat dry and put on a new bandage with antibiotic ointment each time you change the diaper. It should take about a week to heal. 

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It’s normal for there to be a little swelling, redness and maybe blood at first. If these problems last several days or get worse, have your baby seen by his doctor. Also talk to your baby’s doctor if he gets a fever or doesn’t have a wet diaper within 12 hours of circumcision. Almost all side effects are easily treated.

The risks of a later life circumcision:
 

What are the pros and cons of circumcision?


Circumcision Surgery cost Circumcision: Medical pros and cons facts Circumcision may result in a decreased incidence of urinary tract infections. Circumcision may result in a lower incidence of sexually transmitted diseases and may reduce HIV transmission. Circumcision may lower the risk for cancer of the cervix in sexual partners.
 

How is circumcision done?


During a circumcision surgery, the foreskin is freed from the head of the penis, and the excess foreskin is clipped off. With newborns, the procedure takes about 5 to 10 minutes. … The circumcision generally heals in 5-7 days.
 

Why do boys get circumcised?


First, circumcised babies have less of a chance of developing urinary tract infections (UTIs), which are common in boys during their first year of life. … Circumcising your baby boy may also lower his risk of developing penile cancer, foreskin infections, and phimosis (problems retracting the foreskin).
 

What are the disadvantages of circumcision?


Critics of circumcision argue that it has disadvantages, such as: reduced sensitivity – an uncircumcised penis is more sensitive than a circumcised penis, meaning that circumcised men may experience less pleasure during sex.
 

Can you get circumcised at any age?


Circumcision may be done at any age. If you were not circumcised as a baby, you may choose to have it done later for personal or medical reasons. Your doctor may suggest circumcision later if: You have repeated infections of the foreskin that do not get better with treatment.
 

How many days rest after circumcision?


It usually takes at least 10 days for your penis to heal after circumcision. You’ll probably be advised to take at least 1 week off work to recover. You don’t need to tell the DVLA if you have had a routine circumcision and don’t have any other medical conditions that affect your ability to drive.
 

How long does it take to recover from circumcision?


Circumcision Surgery 10 daysWhen you’re discharged from hospital, you’ll be given advice about your recovery at home, including when you can drive, return to work and have sex. It usually takes at least 10 days for your penis to heal after circumcision. You’ll probably be advised to take at least 1 week off work to recover
 

Does getting circumcised hurt?


Circumcision is surgery to remove the skin that covers the head of the penis. … Most men go home the same day as the surgery. Your penis may swell and bruise for the first 2 days. It is generally not very painful, and over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen are all you usually need
 

Will circumcision increase size?


Does circumcision affect size? Yes, slightly, because circumcision results in a loss of around 30-50% of the penile skin, so when the penis is flaccid, it will appear thinner and shorter because the foreskin would have overhung around it. … On average, erect penises are 8mm shorter Circumcision Surgery cost
 

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Circumcision, Is It Really Necessary?


Having a baby brings with it many decisions. From the moment that second pink line appears you are a parent. Some parenting decisions can be fun, like what color to paint the nursery. Other decisions require more research and discussion between the mother and her partner including, if the child is a boy, whether or not to circumcise.

The decision to circumcise may be guided by your religious beliefs. Both Jews and Muslims circumcise as part of religious rites. The decision not to circumcise, however, may be one that you never considered. "Aren't most boys circumcised? Isn't it cleaner? Why wouldn't I want my son to look like his father and all the other boys in the locker room?" While these myths are prevalent in the United States and other parts of the Western world, the facts of circumcision tell a significantly different story.

Circumcision of male infants is not a medically necessary procedure; it is plastic surgery for the penis. The practice of circumcision began in ancient Egypt, according to Desmond Morris in his book Babywatching. The ancient Egyptians believed that the snake shedding its skin was undergoing a rebirth and, thus, became immortal. They reasoned that if humans followed suit they, too, would attain immortality. The foreskin was equated to the snakeskin, and the practice of circumcision was begun.

For centuries, the only reason for circumcision was a religious one. Non-faith based circumcision began with the Victorians during the mid-to-late 1800s. They believed that removing the foreskin would reduce the male's urge to masturbate. From that starting point, circumcision has been deemed by various groups to be more hygienic and credited as a preventative measure for diseases from chlamydia to HIV. In reality, removing the foreskin accomplishes none of these assertions and could result in more serious problems.

The foreskin has several known functions, even in modern times. While some people suggest that its use has gone the way of the appendix, in reality the foreskin aids in the sexual health and enjoyment of men. The foreskin is a protective cover for the penis that needs no special care. At birth, the foreskin is attached to the head of the penis, much like fingernails are attached to the end of your fingers. It will remain attached until the boy is about ten years old. Premature retraction of the foreskin can lead to an increased chance of infection.

Early life functions of the foreskin are to help in the proper development of the penile glans and to protect the glans from feces and urine-based ammonia in diapers. Throughout the man's life, the foreskin continues to protect the glans from friction and abrasion and keeps it lubricated and moisturized by coating it in a waxy, protective substance. When the man becomes sexually active, the foreskin allows sufficient skin to cover an erection by unfolding and aids in penetration by reducing friction and chafing. The foreskin is highly sensitive and is, in fact, an erogenous tissue rich with erogenous receptors. For his partner, the foreskin contacts and stimulates the female's G-spot.

There are additional considerations when deciding upon whether your male infant will undergo circumcision. As with any medical procedure, there are complications presented by the choice to circumcise. In March 1999, the American Academy of Pediatrics concluded that any potential medical benefits are not significant, and the AAP no longer recommends circumcision as a routine procedure. Prior to consenting to a circumcision, the mother must sign a consent form outlining the risks of the procedure. These risks include hemorrhage (in about 2% of cases), infection, deformity, scarring, permanent bowing of the penis (chordee), and urinary retention from swelling, among other concerns, including loss of the penis. Though rare, death occurs in approximately 1 of every 5000 circumcisions. Many circumcisions are done without the use of anesthetic, but if anesthesia is used, there are additional complications presented by using anesthetic drugs on an infant.

Despite the American perception, circumcision is not a worldwide practice. Eighty-two percent (82%) of the world's male population is intact. That leaves the 18% of circumcised men in the minority. Even in the U.S. circumcision rates are declining.

 

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