When a baby boy is born, they have skin that covers the tip of their penis. This is the foreskin that the doctor removes at the time of the Circumcision in Vizag. In fact, there is also a particular faith that believes in removing the foreskin as a religious ritual. But there are many parents who do not belong to that specific faith who struggle with the decision to circumcise their child or not.
In this blog, we will talk about the benefits of undergoing circumcision surgery. In most cases, the surgeon performs this surgery just some days after the baby’s birth. In fact, in our clinic, you can also take advice from our qualified doctor to learn whether you should take this step or not.
What Happens At The Time Of Circumcision?
Just like Genital Reconstruction in Vizag, circumcision is also a procedure that can happen in the transgender clinic within ten days after childbirth. You can contact our doctor to learn better about the timing of the surgery.
In this surgery, the doctor begins the procedure by thoroughly cleaning the penis and also the surrounding area. After that, they applied some local anesthesia to the site so that the baby would not feel any discomfort. To remove the foreskin from the top of the penis, they place a ring around the penis. After that, they apply a topical antibiotic to cover the surgical area and loosely wrap it with gauze. It is a simple and quick procedure for infants.
Benefits Of Circumcising
Given below are the reasons why you must take your child for circumcision:
It is for better hygiene
The most basic reason behind circumcision is a religious belief or family tradition. But there are also so many health benefits to this process which is why you must think about circumcision for your newborn.
When the doctor removes the foreskin, it becomes easier to keep the penis clean and sanitary. With a foreskin, it takes extra effort to clean the area.
It is also valuable for transgender surgery.
Apart from the child, many people also undergo this surgery for the Transgender Surgery in Visakhapatnam.
Fewer urinary tract infections
Boys who have an uncircumcised penis are more likely to be vulnerable to growing a urinary tract. Undergoing circumcision procedures can help in reducing the chances. Remember that these recurrent infections can be harmful later in life, as they can lead to kidney problems later in life. Whereas circumcised boys rarely experience urinary tract infections.
It provides protection against sexually transmitted diseases.
After becoming sexually active, circumcised men are less likely to get sexually transmitted diseases(STD) compared to uncircumcised. Some STIs include HIV. a boy with an intact foreskin is more likely to get attached to HIV infection as it contains the immune system cells to which HIV cells attack themselves.
Apart from that, at the time of the intercourse, the foreskin experiences small microtears, which basically act as a pathway for HIV to enter the bloodstream of the person. Whereas when the man is circumcised, the chances are comparatively low.
Contact VJ’s Transgender Clinic and undergo gender reconstruction or circumcision surgery. For more details, book your initial consultation now with us.