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Bleeding started from my penis after intercourse. Why ? Please advise

I am 48 years old with happy married life since last 19 years I have two childrens. I have High BP and I am taking AMLOPRES-10 since last 10 years . My problem is after the intercourse with my wife about 3 months back bleeding started from my penis The foreskin of my penis are elongated and stretched . Again after 2 months I tried but during the intercourse when I stretched my foreskin backwards it again started bleeding . Please advise I have no problems during or after urinating and I want to enjoy my normal sexual life.
Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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You should consult to any surgeon for removal of foreskin of your penis (circumcision) for delightful marital relationship and blissful life. There are numerous advantages of circumcision, for instance: It is easier to keep a circumcised penis clean. Circumcision helps prevent urinary tract infections in both males and their female partners. Urinary tract infections early in life can lead to kidney problems later. Urinary tract infections account for a large percentage of unexplained fevers in uncircumcised males. It is a documented fact that uncircumcised males are ten times more likely to come down with a urinary track infection than circumcised males. Studies have shown that the percentage of AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections are lower in circumcised males. This is due to the fact that the foreskin causes an environment conducive to germs if germs are introduced. Circumcised male is virtually risk-free for penile cancer. Studies have also shown that women are at a greater risk of cervical cancer with an uncircumcised male partner. Once circumcision has taken place and the penis has healed, the risks of the procedure itself are completely gone. However, the uncircumcised male has to be concerned with the issues mentioned above.
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