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Have tight foreskin. Solution to fix it other than circumcision?

Dear Sir, I have tight foreskin . Please provide me information on procedures other than circumcision .I learnt from the net that an OP procedure wherein just a slit is made on the foreskin and the recovery is speedy than in circumcision. Please provide information on that. Wud like to know cost of surgery and time of recovery
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have a Phimosis and not wiling to undergo Circumcision which is gold standard surgery accepted all over the world.However since you do not wish to get the same done there is another procedure where a foreskin is cut on dorsal aspect for an inch,,so that you can retract the foreskin.It takes 3-4 days to heal As regards the cost it will depend upon the discretion of a operating Surgeon.
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