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Adult Foreskin

Understanding the foreskin

Understanding the foreskin

Foreskin (or Prepuce) is the loose skin, of double layers, covering the glans of penis. The foreskin of the penis grow with the male penis since the embryonic period. Learn More →

Indications for circumcision

Indications for circumcision

Phimosis refers to the inability to retract the distal foreskin over the glans penis. Long prepuce means that the prepuce / foreskin covers the glans of penis and urethra during erection. Learn more →

Adult circumcision information

Adult circumcision information

New generation laser circumcision is developed by our specialist. Thousands of patients proved it to be safe and of good clinical outcomes. Learn more →

Precautions for adult circumcision

Precautions for adult circumcision

Circumcision can be performed in the hospital or clinic. There are a few precautionary measures before and after a circumcision surgery. Learn more →

FAQ about circumcision

FAQ about circumcision

Does long foreskin/ prepuce or phimosis affect sex life? Do all men need circumcision? Will circumcision improve my sexual function? Learn more →

Pediatric Foreskin

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Understanding the foreskin

foreskin is not retractable in almost all newborns. At around three years old, about 30% of the foreskin can be retracted and exposed the glans of penis. Learn more →

Pediatric circumcision indications

Pediatric circumcision indications

Boys with phimosis may have difficulty in passing urine resulting in ballooning of prepuce during urination. Trapping of urine may cause poor hygiene and odor. Learn more →

Pediatric circumcision information

Pediatric circumcision information

What are the difference between traditional circumcision and new generation laser circumcision? Learn more →

Precautions for pediatric circumcision

Precautions for pediatric circumcision

What do parents need to know before and after a circumcision for their child?
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FAQ about pediatric circumcision

FAQ about pediatric circumcision

Do all boys need circumcision? Is circumcision painful postoperatively? Does circumcision have lots of risks? Learn more →

Related Disorders

Frenulum breve

Frenulum breve

The frenulum of the prepuce is an elastic band and its main function is to fix the prepuce to the inferior part of the glans of penis. Frenulum breve may cause pain during erection. Learn more →

Paraphimosisis

Paraphimosisis

Paraphimosis is the entrapment of a tight retracted foreskin proximal to the coronal sulcus in uncircumcised males. The tight retracted foreskin cannot return to its normal position. Learn more →

Buried penis

Buried penis

Buried penis is more common in obese children and obese men, causing by an excessively thick subcutaneous fat anterior to pubic area that seperates the penile skin from the penile shaft. Learn more →

Varicocele

Varicocele

Varicocele is the the abnormal dilatation the pampiniform venous plexus in the scrotum. It is caused by the venous valvular failure, venous valvular incompetence and venous hypertension of the pampiniform venous plexus. Learn more →

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