Is adult circumcision usually safe?
Adult circumcision is usually a simple and safe procedure.
Circumcision is an optional surgical procedure, performed to remove the layer of skin - called prepuce or foreskin - that covers the head of the penis. Adult circumcision is typically a simple procedure, however, it’s a larger surgery than it is the circumcision performed on newborn babies. For most patients, the procedure will not have a lasting impact on urinating or sexual function.
The possible complications of adult circumcision
Adult circumcision typically is a safe intervention with very few risks or complications. Consult your doctor, to make a plan that is comfortable and suitable for you. The most common risks associated with adult circumcision include: