“Hygiene above all is the most important reason to get circumcised. Those that are opposed to circumcisions may say that one does not need to get circumcised to keep the penis in a clean and hygienic state and that regular self hygiene is sufficient.

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"Haemophelia is an absolute contraindication with conventional circumcision.."

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Sexual Performance?

“ If an adult is finding sex increasingly painful as a result of non-retractile foreskin, having a circumcision can be one of the most satisfying treatments they can undergo that will result in painless and enjoyable sex.”

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Why adult circumcision?


“Non-surgical circumcision techniques is bloodless procedure without any cutting of life foreskin, no stitches required with no risk of bleeding and infection.  Each procedure ....

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Circumcision & HIV


“Conventional Circumcision means scary cut of foreskin, pain, bleeding, many stitches, bandages and painful dressing with down time and limited activities

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“Alisklamp is truly a revolution in adult male circumcision. It is a safe non-surgical male circumcision technique with excellent aesthetic result.”


I Am Circumcised And Proud

It seems the anti-circ activists  love to promote the idea that circumcision is dangerous and useless. Well is it? First, if we lived in a perfect world without harmful viruses etc. and if body parts such as a foreskin never caused a person any problems, then maybe we could consider circumcision harmful and useless. Sorry but its not a perfect world. Viruses such as HIV, Herpes and HPV all have an easier time entering the inner surface of the foreskin either through small tares in the lining or because of the immune response from such cells as Langerhan. Unfortunately an immune response to a virus such as 
HIV and Herpes is pretty much the same as the Trojan horse, and once its in its there to stay.

As we all know, a number of studies show each of these viruses to be more common in the uncircumcised. Circumcision is not a cure all but it is considered by many to be a preventive measure. Yes condoms provides protection from these viruses, but you are living in a fantasy world if you think for one second
that people always use them. Have you ever checked into unplanned pregnancies for example, especially among young people, i think this speaks for itself.

From day one after an infant is circumcised, benefits start. UTI's are less frequent for the first year of life, phimosis,  paraphimosis,  balanitis, thrush, cancer, frenulum tares (which can be very painful involving a lot of blood ) can all be either reduced or eliminated for a lifetime. As for cleanliness,
well, thats a no brainer.******, and fermented urine can form under the foreskin within a couple hours especially if small amounts of urine get trapped and start mixing with oils and shedded skin. Many reports describe the smell as repulsive.

If anything can be done to help give someone and better defense against any these problems then maybe it should be considered more and parents should start requesting it more often.

If those of you who believe it should be the right of the individual to make this decision when he is an adult, instead why not give your son all the  information he needs to partially or fully restore his foreskin, or at least keep the glans and upper shaft covered through stretching, taping etc.. according
to anti-circ activists there are a lot of men/boys doing this and are happy with the results. 

So if you can get all the benefits from your at birth circumcision for the first part of your life, say until your late 20's and 30's then go ahead and try restoring..(even keeping the head and upper shaft covered for periods of time will increase sensitivity ) many of these guys say the sensation increases
and sex etc. is better or different at least, many of them also say that restored men (or newly resensitized) are better off than uncircumcised men because they can compare the differences and appreciate it more than if they were uncircumcised all their lives. Its like having a totally different feeling penis and /or looking from then on a whole new enjoyable experience for the rest of your life....almost like a brand new start.

So being circumcised at birth (best time done) then living for 25-45 years of your life, and getting all the benefits from it then increasing your sensitivity and appreciating it more, even more so than an uncircumcised male, then you get the best of both worlds. sounds like the plan to me..

So don't feel as though you were violated because of being circumcised at birth (without our permission).. instead realize all the benefits it has provided for you plus the sex and ************ during your younger years were pretty damn good:) I never heard of a young circumcised guy complain. (If he does its mostly in his mind...mostly because of the negative untruths the anti-circ groups spread everywhere.)

Reap all the benefits of being circumcised and regaining sensitivity and appearance later in life and be greatfull.. and pass on a circumcision to any son we have in the future..
Its worked for me:) ask any questions you need to.
take care

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Circumcised Men Take Longer to Reach Ejaculation, but That May Be OK

Adult circumcision affects a guy's sexual performance -- but not in a bad way, according to a new study.

Circumcised men take longer to reach ejaculation, which can be viewed as "an advantage, rather than a 

complication," writes lead researcher Temucin Senkul

When is Adult Circumcision Necessary

Adult circumcision is not uncommon, though its also not something a doctor will advise unless a man is  

experiencing certain health problems, such as balanoposthitis, inflammation of the head of the penis and 

overlying foreskin, or phimosis, difficulty retracting the foreskin. Both problems are seen more commonly in diabetics, but can occur in any uncircumcised man. They are caused by chronic irritation and scarring and can usually be prevented with careful cleaning beneath the foreskin

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