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Why do Some Circumcised as Adults Claim to Prefer it?

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  • #31
    [QUOTE=resto-mod;n21475]

    Sorry about the link you can still copy and paste it though, It's about a man that fixed his pinhole phimosis without circumcision. Though it's usually just a preputal opening that's too small that causes problems I know there can be other problems with the foreskin but I usually don't see any of these issues being presented in any circ arguments. What else can cause problems with foreskin?
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    The usual culprits are infection of various types which don't respond to any of the usual treatments, easily torn mucosa (happens more often than intactivists think), various cancers of the tissues involved. These are all true clinical situations in their own right, sometimes further complicated by true phimosis, so ....

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    • #32
      [QUOTE=Reality;n21487]

      The usual culprits are infection of various types which don't respond to any of the usual treatments, easily torn mucosa (happens more often than intactivists think), various cancers of the tissues involved. These are all true clinical situations in their own right, sometimes further complicated by true phimosis, so ....[/QUOTE]

      It's unfortunate though that we don't see much technical data on this though, like I haven't seen anything about torn mucosa, or much about infections other than fungal or occasionally bacterial and I have heard about the possibility of increased risk of cancer but even so it would be nice if doctors would do their jobs to heal the patients by finding alternative solutions instead of "lets just chop that off". Circumcision should be a last resort solution instead of the go-to patch job, ya know what I'm sayin?

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