Excuse me, I want to ask, I’m 18 years old and want to pass the circumcision klamp method. How long will it take to heal?
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Circumcision / circumcision is the act of removing the prepuce that covers the head of the penis. This action aims to eliminate impurities and avoid the risk of recurrent infections in the male reproductive organs. In addition, traditional religious and cultural beliefs are also an indication of the action.
Today there have been many methods developed related to circumcision techniques. Each circumcision method has advantages and disadvantages of each, so it is advisable to consult a urologist or doctor who has competence in the field.
Traditional techniques are still widely chosen because they tend to be safe, quite easy and the results are no less good than other methods. However, the traditional method of cutting the prepuce with clippers assisted with clamps still has a high risk of bleeding and tends to make the pain felt. Another method is cauter, which is a tool that can burn the skin layer of the prepuce and the clamp method which is the latest method for circumcision. Tubular and varying in size, the clamp method is quite popular today because of its simple use and minimal pain.
The healing process after clamp circumcision varies from person to person. The average lasts between 5-7 days because at that time the clamp tube must be removed.
Things to consider after circumcision is to keep the clamp or circumcised wound clean. Dry with a tissue so that the clamp does not get wet and moist after urinating. Clean regularly by using sterile liquids such as NaCl which are sold in pharmacies, or you can also use rivanol and add betadine to avoid the risk of infection.
If there is known to be swelling or pain that increases after circumcision / circumcision, immediately contact your doctor or officer who served you before. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps