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Research indicates that 69% of Australian-born men are circumcised (Richters et al 2006). Routine circumcision in Australia decreased in the 1970s – 1980s (Wirth 1986) due to inconclusive myths such as alleged differences in sexual satisfaction and psychological impact. Today, it is a popular procedure amongst well-informed parents, and backed by positive research results. Sexual function is not adversely affected by circumcision. On the contrary, published evidence shows that circumcised men have a wider variety of sexual activity, and women prefer circumcised men, mainly because of better genital hygiene. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates about one-fifth to a third of men worldwide has been circumcised, mostly for religious and cultural reasons. This varies from country to country. About 60 % of American males, 20% of British and Canadian males and 10% of Australian males are circumcised. The   World   Health   Organization   has   estimated   that   664   million   males   aged   15   and   over   are   circumcised,   with   approximately   70%   of   these being   Muslim.   The   majority   of   circumcision   is   in   the   Muslim   world   within   parts   of   Asia,   Africa,   the   United   States,   the   Philippines,   Israel,   and South Korea. It   is   somewhat   uncommon   in   Europe,   Latin America,   parts   of   Southern Africa,   and   most   of Asia   and   Oceania.   Commonness   is   near-universal in the Middle East and Central Asia. The World Health Organization approximation for male circumcision in Australia is 58.7% and estimates prevalence in the United States at 75%.
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Circumcision Doctor
Research indicates that 69% of Australian-born men are circumcised (Richters et al 2006). Routine circumcision in Australia decreased in the 1970s – 1980s (Wirth 1986) due to inconclusive myths such as alleged differences in sexual satisfaction and psychological impact. Today, it is a popular procedure amongst well-informed parents, and backed by positive research results. Sexual function is not adversely affected by circumcision. On the contrary, published evidence shows that circumcised men have a wider variety of sexual activity, and women prefer circumcised men, mainly because of better genital hygiene. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates about one-fifth to a third of men worldwide has been circumcised, mostly for religious and cultural reasons. This varies from country to country. About 60 % of American males, 20% of British and Canadian males and 10% of Australian males are circumcised. The    World    Health    Organization    has    estimated    that    664    million males   aged   15   and   over   are   circumcised,   with   approximately   70% of   these   being   Muslim.   The   majority   of   circumcision   is   in   the   Muslim world   within   parts   of Asia, Africa,   the   United   States,   the   Philippines, Israel, and South Korea. It    is    somewhat    uncommon    in    Europe,    Latin    America,    parts    of Southern   Africa,   and   most   of   Asia   and   Oceania.   Commonness   is near-universal in the Middle East and Central Asia. The World Health Organization approximation for male circumcision in Australia is 58.7% and estimates prevalence in the United States at 75%.
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