How Circumcision Will Change Your Life

The basics of circumcision are quite easy as we know it is a surgical process involving the removal of the foreskin of the male penis. However, as easy as it appears, it is not always that simple from the perspective of many adult men.

And when it comes to circumcision, we put healthcare professionals on the edge as they simply cannot provide any appropriate responses to the question ‘why it is necessary to remove the foreskin of the penis for most guys?’

We don’t find any exact and accurate explanation to this due to controversial research and some religious practices. Yes, the process of painful procedure is still practiced in the modern Western Culture, whereas this has been highly prevalent among the indigenous tribes for centuries. However, the process may inculcate possible mental health complications as well as an immense impact on their sexual functions, making it hard for the parents to take an appropriate decision about circumcision for their infants.

There are many unanswered questions as to why men need to be circumcised? Are there any pros and cons of the whole process? Or is it impacting one’s emotional well-being?
With regard to this process, many men have no choice to make a consideration about if they should go for it or not? As per reports, an average of 60 percent of male newborns needed to get their foreskin clipped at the time of their birth.

The circumcision is a safe process, which does not cause any major health complications, rather than mild bleeding and infection as the skin is cut using a surgical process. Hence, the process needs a careful attention of the medical experts. However, if a high grade of medical attention is taken care of, it does not raise any concerns. At the primary level, there are at least two major benefits of the foreskin removal. First, the cleanliness of the foreskin becomes easier, while the prevention of urinary tract infection becomes simple.

Well, the circumcision does provide some benefits, but they are minimal, and they are not enough to help one to   consider this surgical process. Despite much of the confusion, many have to opt for it. So, when you are circumcised, it is worth checking out if it is good or bad for you.

Reduces STD Risk
Although we cannot vouch for its validity, previous research has reported that with the circumcision process being undertaken, it can reduce the risks of contracting the human immunodeficiency virus better known as HIV. Further, it is reported that the procedure is apt enough to prevent the risks by 50-60% in men. The advantage of the procedure is supported by another study, namely the Translational Genomics Research Institute. The organization stated that the removal of the foreskin is potential to remove the risk of disease caused by the bacteria community known as ‘microbiome’, and hence it protects the circumcised person to avoid the risks of HIV. Their study focused on 170 men in Uganda, who underwent this procedure and reported a drop of bacteria amounts by 33.3%. With the process of circumcision, it also activates the cells of Langerhans cells in the foreskin. However, in most cases, these cells are responsible to cause HIV infection.

Growing Risk With Age
If you are to undergo the process of circumcision at any point of time, it is better you do it at the earliest. It is better your parents get it done when you are infant. There are potential risk factors, including scarring, difficulty in urinating, infection, excessive bleeding and extra skin removal when done during adulthood. A study carried out by the Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington reviews data collected from 1.4 million males. The findings of the study are quite shocking as it revealed the process of circumcision had increased the risks of infections by 10-20% more  for the boys aged up to 10. However, one-year-old boys had no risks of infections at all. The common disadvantage of the process results in damaging the urethra and exposing the foreskin too much.

Intense Sexual Pleasure
Going under the knife for the procedure is believed to increase the duration of sexual pleasure based on a study in Turkey.

The study observed the timing of the orgasms of men before and after the circumcision. The report was successful to show that the guys who went for the surgery have lasted at least 20 seconds longer than their counterparts.
However, if you think this is strong enough to go for the procedure, aiming to increase your pleasure, this slight difference is not going to work for you. Nor, does the process is adept to cure your premature ejaculation. You need some other techniques to last longer in bed with your partner.

For many scientists, the process of circumcision can bring numbness to your penis, and it is less reactive to any sexual stimulation.

Pleasure Difficulties For Her Also
As per a study published in a journal in Denmark, women do not find any pleasure from 
a penetration with a circumcised penis, while having difficulties in reaching the climax as well.

However, for some women, it is a whole lot of different sexual experience which feels really great to them. For Professor Debby Herbenick, PhD, the foreskin glides beautifully inside the walls of the vagina during sex.  It helps you feel the foreskin in your vagina, which offers a better sexual feeling during intercourse.
It is difficult to say, if every woman likes pleasure from an uncircumcised man, but the number varies based on an individual’s preferences and how the female anatomy works well in compliance with the dick.  However, the snipped foreskin is deemed fit to offer heightened sexual pleasure.
Condoms To Stay Stuck
Anything made of rubber does not fit properly onto the circumcised penis, and it eventually slips off.

While you are not circumcised, you can retract your foreskin back to fit into the condom and push it forth when it is in place. It is a snug fit and stays in place during different moves. For better results, you can use a Trojan Magnum or Ecstasy.  If there is any slip off, you can adjust the condom to avoid any risks.