Circumcision For Obese People
Doc not dangerous if adults who are fat circumcised laserAnd what happens if an adult is circumcised laserPlease answer doc
Thank you for the question.
Circumcision is done by cutting off the excess foreskin of the penis (prepuce) which covers the head of the penis. This action is very much beneficial for men, which can improve penis cleanliness, prevent infection of the urinary tract and sperm ducts, and reduce the risk of penile cancer. In addition, men who have been circumcised are even more minimal risk can transmit cervical cancer to their partners.
There are many methods of circumcision that can be done, including one with the cautery method (electrosurgery, or more commonly known by the laity as laser circumcision). Circumcision method like this can be done, both in childhood and adult patients, both thin and fat. In circumcision that uses this method, the foreskin of the penis will be cut using a cautery device, and immediately frozen so that there is not much bleeding as conventional circumcision methods.
Of course, each circumcision method can have advantages and disadvantages. Despite the minimal risk of bleeding, laser beam is still not without risk. In rare cases, post-circumcision, you may experience infection, pain, bleeding, as well as side effects from anesthesia (such as bruising or skin irritation if you are using local anesthesia). However, it seems that the risk of these side effects is quite small, provided you entrust your circumcision process to a competent urology doctor or surgeon. So, don't worry too much
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