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Had penis treated. Advised to cut the upper portion of the upper skin of penis. Is it advisable to operate it?

sir , i gulped phenol on 27th feb so i was hospitalized at dat tym after inserting Cather into my penis doctors forget to pull the upper skin of my penis.. so my penis got swelled it was till 5th of march. on 5th i went to gynecologist; he operated me n it took 3 days to get back to my normal penis. now i am normal but they have suggested me to cut the upper portion of my upper skin of penis. is it advisable to operate it?
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Penis circumcision is done for the ease of foreskin movement. Foreskin movement is important and has benefits like ease of intercourse, low bacterial or viral activity underneath the foreskin as you can clean it thoroughly etc.

Your friends are correct. You need circumcision. Consult a general surgeon and he will do it for you. It is a simple one and not associated with any hospitalization or any risk of side effects or infection.

Just do it and don't be anxious.
Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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