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There is a big piece of skin left under my penis after circumcision

When I was twelve I got a circumcision and there was a big piece of skin left under my penis and after the circumcision the doctor told me I had a german cut I was wondering how long it would take for that skin to disappear or will it even disappear and if it won t disappear will there be health problems
Asked On : Mon, 18 Apr 2011
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Hello, Welcome to Healthcaremagic!

Circumcision is the procedure that cuts some or all of the foreskin (ie., prepuce) from the penis. The frenulum may also be cut away at the same time, in a procedure called a frenectomy. The word "circumcision" comes from Latin "circum" (meaning "around") and "caedere" (meaning "to cut"). In the "German cut," the top and both sides of skin are cut off. but underneath there’s excess skin. This is likely to remain as such. It will not cause any health problems.
Wishing you best of health

Skin Clinic, SCO 298, Sect. 20, Panchkula.

Answered: Sat, 21 May 2011
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