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Circumcision has been done for several thousand years. It may have started as a hygiene measure in communities living in hot, dry, dusty climates, and then became a cultural and religious ritual. Early pictures of circumcision are found in cave paintings of Ancient Egyptian tombs that are more than 5000 years old. In the early days circumcision was done for all types of reasons. The first representation of circumcision was found in a cave from Saqqara in Lower Egypt, dated about 2400 BC. It confirms to have been a widespread practice between civilizations in Ancient Egypt. Many historical evaluations suggest that healthy medical logic was behind circumcision. It was typically carry out by priests in the teenage years of boys. Religious circumcision is considered a commandment from God in Judaism. Islam circumcision is widely practiced and most often measured to be a “Sunnah”. According to Muslim belief, the practice of circumcision is to fulfil the divine commandment, carrying out spiritual awakening and shaping life in accordance with God’s will. It is also a traditional practice in some Christian beliefs in Africa and central Asia, including several Oriental Orthodox anthologies. It has been said that circumcision started on a religious sacrifice basis, as a ceremonial passageway marking a boy’s entry into manhood, as a form of charm to ensure virility (manliness) and fertility, a means of enhancing sexual satisfaction, as a support to cleanliness and hygiene, as a means of elevating a man’s appearance to his partner and as a means of marking those in tribes. The worldwide spread of circumcision in boys has been followed from generations to generations. Circumcision presents a lifetime of medical, health and sexual benefits. At least 1 in 3 uncircumcised males are exposed to develop forms requiring medical attention. The surgical risk of a circumcision is extremely low, at the same time the long-term practical and cosmetic outcomes are usually excellent. You will be given a numbing injection or a cream around your penis about 1 hour before the practice. Alternatively, you can be given something which makes you fall asleep “sleeping drug” whilst the doctor cuts your foreskin off. Whichever way you won't feel or see anything. When the circumcision is done, it will typically have a small cover around the cut. Dr Saddik will come make sure you are OK. It's important to take care of your penis for the first few days. It will perhaps be good to take school off and no sport or rough games. It's important to be aware that once you've been circumcised; your foreskin can not grow or develop again.   After your procedure your whole penis will be puffy and look much bruised. This is a normal effect of both the injected anaesthetics and the handling it receives during the operation. These will gradually reduce over the next week or two. You may wish to consider some form of diaper which will hold your penis in position and thus reduce the frictional stimulation. For most people circumcision will not be truly painful, but a degree of uneasiness is to be anticipated during the first few days. If you choose to take pain killing tablets then follow the instructions precisely. Do not take more than the suggested maximum dose. It can be useful and very soothing to soak the wound for 10 to 15 minutes a couple of times a day in a cupful of cooled, boiled water to which has been added a teaspoon or so of salt. Olive oil also can be used to assist in circumcision healing. About 2 to 3 days after the operation is generally regarded as the most appropriate time to change the dressing.
Circumcision History Do not apply any antiseptic cream to your penis, nor add any antiseptic to bath water. Whilst they do help to kill germs, most are acidic to new skin and in fact slow down the healing development. In the rare cases where an infection develops, see a doctor as soon as possible.

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Circumcision has been done for several thousand years. It may have started as a hygiene measure in communities living in hot, dry, dusty climates, and then became a cultural and religious ritual. Early pictures of circumcision are found in cave paintings of Ancient Egyptian tombs that are more than 5000 years old. In the early days circumcision was done for all types of reasons. The first representation of circumcision was found in a cave from Saqqara in Lower Egypt, dated about 2400 BC. It confirms to have been a widespread practice between civilizations in Ancient Egypt. Many historical evaluations suggest that healthy medical logic was behind circumcision. It was typically carry out by priests in the teenage years of boys. Religious circumcision is considered a commandment from God in Judaism. Islam circumcision is widely practiced and most often measured to be a “Sunnah”. According to Muslim belief, the practice of circumcision is to fulfil the divine commandment, carrying out spiritual awakening and shaping life in accordance with God’s will. It is also a traditional practice in some Christian beliefs in Africa and central Asia, including several Oriental Orthodox anthologies. It has been said that circumcision started on a religious sacrifice basis, as a ceremonial passageway marking a boy’s entry into manhood, as a form of charm to ensure virility (manliness) and fertility, a means of enhancing sexual satisfaction, as a support to cleanliness and hygiene, as a means of elevating a man’s appearance to his partner and as a means of marking those in tribes. The worldwide spread of circumcision in boys has been followed from generations to generations. Circumcision presents a lifetime of medical, health and sexual benefits. At least 1 in 3 uncircumcised males are exposed to develop forms requiring medical attention. The surgical risk of a circumcision is extremely low, at the same time the long-term practical and cosmetic outcomes are usually excellent. You will be given a numbing injection or a cream around your penis about 1 hour before the practice. Alternatively, you can be given something which makes you fall asleep “sleeping drug” whilst the doctor cuts your foreskin off. Whichever way you won't feel or see anything. When the circumcision is done, it will typically have a small cover around the cut. Dr Saddik will come make sure you are OK. It's important to take care of your penis for the first few days. It will perhaps be good to take school off and no sport or rough games. It's important to be aware that once you've been circumcised; your foreskin can not grow or develop again.   After your procedure your whole penis will be puffy and look much bruised. This is a normal effect of both the injected anaesthetics and the handling it receives during the operation. These will gradually reduce over the next week or two. You may wish to consider some form of diaper which will hold your penis in position and thus reduce the frictional stimulation. For most people circumcision will not be truly painful, but a degree of uneasiness is to be anticipated during the first few days. If you choose to take pain killing tablets then follow the instructions precisely. Do not take more than the suggested maximum dose. It can be useful and very soothing to soak the wound for 10 to 15 minutes a couple of times a day in a cupful of cooled, boiled water to which has been added a teaspoon or so of salt. Olive oil also can be used to assist in circumcision healing. About 2 to 3 days after the operation is generally regarded as the most appropriate time to change the dressing.
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Do not apply any antiseptic cream to your penis, nor add any antiseptic to bath water. Whilst they do help to kill germs, most are acidic to new skin and in fact slow down the healing development. In the rare cases where an infection develops, see a doctor as soon as possible.