Why NOT to do you circumcise? Why parents choose NOT to have their circumcision performed? Common complications of the procedure are: Other Complications Myths
                        As with any medical procedure, localised pain during and for a short time after the procedure will likely occur. Local                        anaesthetic is mostly used and this will be discussed with you in detail prior to the procedure. Oral painkillers can be                              administered for comfort after the circumcision. Pain and discomfort after the procedure is significantly reduced when the procedure is completed at the youngest possible age.             The most common complications of circumcision is bleeding. Minor bleeding may occur which can be easily contained by applying pressure, or a few stitches at the site of bleeding would be applied. That is why it is mandatory to review the circumcised child/ adult post operatively to ensure no active bleeding. Bleeding: is minor in the majority of cases and haemostasis (control of bleeding) can be achieved by pressure application. Rarely does it require stitches to control the bleeding.                          Generalised infections requiring antibiotics resulting from circumcision are extremely rare at less than 1 in 4000
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Serious complications requiring hospitalisation are rare (approximately 1 in 5000). Serious complications are virtually unheard of when performed by an experienced medical practitioner. Nevertheless, you will be provided with an emergency phone number after the circumcision. The need for repeat surgery is not common at less than 1 in 1000. A. Inadvertent injury to the head of the penis. B. Inadvertent injury to the urethra (is a tube which connects the urinary bladder to the outside of the body) leading to Meatal stenosis      (narrowing of the urethral opening). C.Too much skin removed. Not enough skin removed. D. Re-growth and scarring of the remnant (unexcised portion) of the foreskin. Common mis-information about circumcision includes differences in penile sensitivity and negative psychological impacts. We encourage you to discuss these and any other concerns you may have with Dr Saddik. For more information and professional advice contact us today. In conclusion, circumcisions are medically considered a safe procedure.

Risks of Circumcision

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Serious complications requiring hospitalisation are rare (approximately 1 in 5000). Serious complications are virtually unheard of when performed by an experienced medical practitioner. Nevertheless, you will be provided with an emergency phone number after the circumcision. The need for repeat surgery is not common at less than 1 in 1000. A. Inadvertent injury to the head of the penis. B. Inadvertent injury to the urethra (is a tube which connects the urinary bladder to the outside of the body) leading to Meatal stenosis      (narrowing of the urethral opening). C.Too much skin removed. Not enough skin removed. D. Re-growth and scarring of the remnant (unexcised portion) of the foreskin. Common mis-information about circumcision includes differences in penile sensitivity and negative psychological impacts. We encourage you to discuss these and any other concerns you may have with Dr Saddik. For more information and professional advice contact us today. In conclusion, circumcisions are medically considered a safe procedure.

Risks of Circumcision

                        As with any medical procedure, localised pain                        during and for a short time after the procedure will                        likely occur. Local anaesthetic is mostly used and                    this will be discussed with you in detail prior to the procedure. Oral painkillers can be administered for comfort after the circumcision. Pain and discomfort after the procedure is significantly reduced when the procedure is completed at the youngest possible age.                   The most common complications of        circumcision is bleeding. Minor bleeding may occur which can be easily contained by applying pressure, or a few stitches at the site of bleeding would be applied. That is why it is mandatory to review the circumcised child/ adult post operatively to ensure no active bleeding. Bleeding: is minor in the majority of cases and haemostasis (control of bleeding) can be achieved by pressure application. Rarely does it require stitches to control the bleeding.                        Generalised infections requiring antibiotics resulting                        from circumcision are extremely rare at less than 1                        in 4000
Pain Bleeding Infections Why NOT to do you circumcise? Why parents choose NOT to have their circumcision performed? Common complications of the procedure are: Other Complications Myths