The Scalp Of The Penis Seems To Close Again After Circumcision?
Hello ,, r nI’m 28 years old … I have been circumcised since graduating from elementary school before entering junior high school ,, but since then the stitches are off … no swelling or the like effect … but the top skin is like coming back again … Please help ,,
Circumcision or circumcision is a small surgical procedure / procedure performed on the foreskin of the penis, where the foreskin is cut and sewn, or it can also be cut using a laser / cauter so no further sewing is needed. Circumcision is indeed highly recommended by men, because that way can help maintain the cleanliness and health of the penis.
Regarding your question, it's possible that the skin that has been removed is a prepuce that has been cut and sewn to be trimmed. However, if the stitches cannot bind it properly, and cause the prepuce to be left with little, it basically does not cause such a significant problem, as long as the cleanliness of the penis can still be maintained. And if indeed you have not experienced complaints around the penis as a means of reproduction as well as a means of excretion / disposal of urine, then the possibility of remaining foreskin does not pose a danger for the future.
If indeed you are still in doubt, you can consult directly with the doctor so that the doctor who examined you whether what is released is true foreskin or not, and whether the foreskin that is released will not interfere with the cleanliness and health of your penis. This of course can only be done by direct examination, so it doesn't hurt if you go check to make sure it will not interfere with the health of your intimate organs.
Here are some steps you can take to keep your penis clean and healthy, namely:
Wash the penis using water, and dry it with a soft towel, either after bathing or after urinating. It is better not to use too much soap on the penis so that the skin of the penis is not irritated by soap Avoid using powder or deodorant on the penis. Gently rub the head of the penis to clean it from the buildup. smegma which if accumulated can become a medium for bacteria to develop and can cause infection of the penis Check the penis and scrotum by groping slowly to find out if there are abnormal changes or palpable lumps in the area. You can do this every 1-2 months on a regular basis. Do a healthy lifestyle such as not smoking, avoid consumption of alcohol, eat nutritious and balanced food, and exercise regularly. That is the explanation that we can convey, hopefully it will be useful for you, thank you.