A condition in which the FORESKIN cannot be retracted to reveal the GLANS PENIS. It is due to tightness or narrowing of the foreskin opening.
Inflammation of the head of the PENIS, glans penis.
Excision of the prepuce of the penis (FORESKIN) or part of it.
The double-layered skin fold that covers the GLANS PENIS, the head of the penis.
Pathological processes involving the PENIS or its component tissues.
A condition in which the FORESKIN, once retracted, cannot return to its original position. If this condition persists, it can lead to painful constriction of GLANS PENIS, swelling, and impaired blood flow to the penis.
The 17-valerate derivative of BETAMETHASONE. It has substantial topical anti-inflammatory activity and relatively low systemic anti-inflammatory activity.
A chronic inflammatory mucocutaneous disease usually affecting the female genitalia (VULVAR LICHEN SCLEROSUS) and BALANITIS XEROTICA OBLITERANS in males. It is also called white spot disease and Csillag's disease.
Cancers or tumors of the PENIS or of its component tissues.
The external reproductive organ of males. It is composed of a mass of erectile tissue enclosed in three cylindrical fibrous compartments. Two of the three compartments, the corpus cavernosa, are placed side-by-side along the upper part of the organ. The third compartment below, the corpus spongiosum, houses the urethra.
A surgical specialty concerned with the study, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract in both sexes, and the genital tract in the male. Common urological problems include urinary obstruction, URINARY INCONTINENCE, infections, and UROGENITAL NEOPLASMS.
A tube that transports URINE from the URINARY BLADDER to the outside of the body in both the sexes. It also has a reproductive function in the male by providing a passage for SPERM.
Sexual stimulation or gratification of the self.
Surface resistance to the relative motion of one body against the rubbing, sliding, rolling, or flowing of another with which it is in contact.
A generic concept reflecting concern with the modification and enhancement of life attributes, e.g., physical, political, moral and social environment; the overall condition of a human life.
A derivative of PREDNISOLONE with high glucocorticoid activity and low mineralocorticoid activity. Absorbed through the skin faster than FLUOCINONIDE, it is used topically in treatment of PSORIASIS but may cause marked adrenocortical suppression.
A group of polycyclic compounds closely related biochemically to TERPENES. They include cholesterol, numerous hormones, precursors of certain vitamins, bile acids, alcohols (STEROLS), and certain natural drugs and poisons. Steroids have a common nucleus, a fused, reduced 17-carbon atom ring system, cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthrene. Most steroids also have two methyl groups and an aliphatic side-chain attached to the nucleus. (From Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary, 11th ed)
A water-soluble medicinal preparation applied to the skin.
The application of drug preparations to the surfaces of the body, especially the skin (ADMINISTRATION, CUTANEOUS) or mucous membranes. This method of treatment is used to avoid systemic side effects when high doses are required at a localized area or as an alternative systemic administration route, to avoid hepatic processing for example.
The concept covering the physical and mental conditions of men.

A study of clinical opinion and practice regarding circumcision. (1/31)

AIM: To establish clinical opinion regarding appropriate indications for circumcision and to examine actual clinical practice. METHODS: A questionnaire was sent to all NHS hospital consultants in the Yorkshire region of the UK identified as having a role to play in the management of boys (under 16 years of age) requiring circumcision. Retrospective data on actual clinical practice during a three month study period were also collected via a simple proforma. RESULTS: Of 153 questionnaires sent, 64 were returned. Responses revealed varying opinions regarding appropriate indications for circumcision within each consultant group, and between paediatricians and surgeons. Surgeons were generally more inclined to recommend circumcision for each of the indications listed in the questionnaire. Analysis of clinical practice revealed that almost two thirds of procedures were carried out for phimosis, and nearly half of these children were under the age of 5 years. CONCLUSION: There are differences in the clinical opinions of surgeons and paediatricians on what constitutes an appropriate indication for circumcision. Paediatricians' opinions are generally more in line with current evidence than those of surgeons, possibly resulting in many unnecessary circumcisions.  (+info)

Circumcision: a refined technique and 5 year review. (2/31)

The vast majority of circumcisions currently performed in the UK are for phimosis or balanitis and the patients are not looking for the denuded glans appearance of a ritual circumcision. We present a refinement of the sleeve technique of circumcision, which involves Horton's test to define the proximal incision margin, and bipolar electro-dissection. A review of all patients undergoing circumcision at the Wordsley Plastic Surgery Unit, in a 5-year period, has shown this technique to be safe with a haematoma rate of only 1.4%, and an overall complication rate of 3%.  (+info)

Do men having routine circumcision need histological confirmation of the cause of their phimosis or postoperative follow-up? (3/31)

OBJECTIVE: To assess the accuracy of pre-operative diagnosis of preputial pathology ainongst urologists and general surgeons. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Data were collected on 460 adult patients having had circumcision performed by either a general surgeon or a urologist over a 10-year period. RESULTS: Pre-operative diagnosis was consistent with final histology in 83% of cases and further management was never altered by the histological result. Re-referral rates were 0% for general surgeons and 2.7% for urologists (P > 0.05) and there were no cases needing further surgical intervention. CONCLUSIONS: Routine submission of histological specimens for analysis and out-patient follow-up are not required following circumcision.  (+info)

Troubles with the foreskin: one hundred consecutive referrals to paediatric surgeons. (4/31)

To assess the reasons for and outcomes of referrals concerning the foreskin, 100 consecutive patients seen in paediatric clinics were followed to discharge. 18 referrals were for circumcision on religious grounds. Of the other 82, the main reason for referral was non-retractability or phimosis. At clinic, 24 (29%) of these were deemed normal for age, 31 (38%) were treated with topical steroid (successfully in 25), 9 (11%) were listed for preputioplasty, 7 (9%) were listed for adhesiolysis, 7 (9%) were listed for circumcision, and 4 were listed for other forms of surgery. 6 patients were identified as having balanitis xerotica obliterans (BXO), a condition that had not been suggested on referral. With the advent of new treatments for foreskin disorders, circumcision is decreasingly necessary. Knowledge of the natural history of the foreskin, and the use of topical steroids, could shift the management of paediatric foreskin problems from the hospital outpatient department to primary care. BXO is not sufficiently recognized as a form of phimosis that requires operation.  (+info)

Treatment of phimosis with topical steroids and foreskin anatomy. (5/31)

OBJECTIVES: To correlate topical steroidal treatment of stenosed foreskin with the different degrees of glans exposure and the length of time the ointment is applied. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We studied 95 patients with phimosis, divided according to the degree of foreskin retraction. Group A presented no foreskin retraction, group B presented exposure of only the urethral meatus, group C presented exposure of half of the glans, and group D presented exposure of the glans, which was incomplete because of preputial adherences to the coronal sulcus. Patients were submitted to application of 0.05% betamethasone ointment on the distal aspect of the prepuce twice daily for a minimum of 30 days and a maximum of 4 months. RESULTS: Of 95 patients, 10 (10.52%) abandoned the treatment and 15 patients in groups C and D were excluded from the study. Among the remaining 70 patients, only 4 patients (5.7%) in group A did not obtain adequate glans exposure after treatment. In group A (38 patients), fully retractable foreskins were obtained in 19 patients (50%) after 1 month of treatment. In group B (28 patients), fully retractable foreskins were obtained in 18 patients (64.2%) after 1 month. CONCLUSIONS: Treatment was successful in 94.2% of patients, irrespective of the type of foreskin anatomy. The improvement may require several months of treatment. Patients with impossibility of urethral meatus exposure present around 10% treatment failure.  (+info)

Inappropriate circumcision referrals by GPs. (6/31)

One hundred and twenty boys were referred by GPs over a 12-month period to a paediatric urologist for circumcision. The reasons for referral were: ballooning in 36, non-retraction in 28, balanoposthitis in 36 or a combination in 15. On examination 53% had a retractile, 21% a partially retractile and 21% a non-retractile foreskin. Six patients had obvious balanitis xerotica obliterans. Only one quarter of the patients required a circumcision. The penis was not examined by the referring doctor in 15 patients. The implications of this survey are that a large proportion of general practitioners have difficulty in discriminating between a true phimosis and a developmentally non-retractile foreskin. This diagnostic inaccuracy was greatest when the referring doctor did not examine the patient.  (+info)

Kindler syndrome. (7/31)

Kindler syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive disorder associated with skin fragility. It is characterized by blistering in infancy, photosensitivity and progressive poikiloderma. The syndrome involves the skin and mucous membrane with radiological changes. The genetic defect has been identified on the short arm of chromosome 20. This report describes an 18-year-old patient with classical features like blistering and photosensitivity in childhood and the subsequent development of poikiloderma. The differential diagnosis of Kindler syndrome includes diseases like Bloom syndrome, Cockayne syndrome, dyskeratosis congenita, epidermolysis bullosa, Rothmund-Thomson syndrome and xeroderma pigmentosum. Our patient had classical cutaneous features of Kindler syndrome with phimosis as a complication.  (+info)

Surgical treatment of a rare case of penile squamous cell carcinoma in a 65-year-old man. (8/31)

Penile squamous cell carcinoma has been commonly reported in the past decades. We describe a rare case of a huge squamous cell carcinoma of the penis in a 65-year-old patient with a 4-year history of tumor growth, for which total penectomy, perineal urethrostomy and bilateral inguinal lymphadenectomy were carried out. We suggest that aggressive surgical intervention should be recommended for those with well-differentiated penile carcinoma regardless of the size of the tumor.  (+info)

McGregor T, Pike J, et al. Pathologic and physiologic phimosis. Can Fam Physician. 2007 March;53(3):445-448.. Phimosis and paraphimosis. EBSCO DynaMed Plus website. Available at: http://www.dynamed.com/topics/dmp~AN~T114116/Phimosis-and-paraphimosis . Updated October 2, 2017. Accessed March 6, 2018. Phimosis. University of California, San Francisco website. Available at: http://urology.ucsf.edu/patient-care/children/phimosis. Accessed March 6, 2018.. Phimosis and paraphimosis. Patient UK website. Available at: http://www.patient.co.uk/doctor/phimosis-and-paraphimosis. Updated June 16, 2014. Accessed March 6, 2018.. Phimosis (tight foreskin). NHS Choices website. Available at: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/phimosis/Pages/Introduction.aspx. Updated August 8, 2015. Accessed March 6, 2018.. Tight foreskin (phimosis). The British Association of Urological Surgeons website. Available at: http://www.baus.org.uk/patients/symptoms/phimosis. Accessed February 19, 2016.. Tight foreskin (phimosis). NetDoctor ...
Those boys or men who havent been circumcised are exposed to the danger of getting phimosis. This is a condition which happens when the foreskin of a male penis cannot be moved back or pulled fully thus causing problems. When boys grow older their foreskin should become retractable. If not its best to get phimosis treatment while the boys are still young as if you delay it for later age it can cause more problems for the person. If when a boy is two or three years old you notice that this skin of his penis is not loosening up you should seek help from an expert doctor for phimosis treatment. Sometimes mothers fail to recognize this condition as it doesnt cause much problem for young boys. But as they grow older, if they dont get phimosis treatment they face difficulty in retracting their skin. Without phimosis treatment they will begin to face difficulty in urinating, the penis might also get sore or red and especially when having sexual intercourse it can cause problems if phimosis treatment ...
Dr. Reed, Have serious phimosis. Unable to retract my foreskin over my head. I am 24 and worried. What is the best ways to manage this and any alternatives? I am very nervous. Kent. Dear Kent,. Phimosis is a normal situation for newborns and by the time a man reaches 18 years of age, only 3% still have phimosis. The others can retract fully without difficulty. The best treatment for phimosis is adult circumcision. Others will mention steroid creams which may work temporarily but the phimotic tendency will return again and again. With each stretching event the elastic fibers of your foreskin are replaced with scar fibers, which only when stretched and broken reform with more scar.. If you wish to maintain semblance of a foreskin, you need at least to have the scarred portion removed. Another procedure called a preputioplastycould be considered, but if you look at the medical illustrations, I cant imagine youll be happy with that.. Please see before and after phimosis pictures on our web-site ...
Topical hydrocortisone and physiotherapy for nonretractile physiologic phimosis in infants. By using this site, you agree to the Trimacinolone of Use and Privacy Policy. Yeast infections with diabetes mellitus. How long do i use the cream for because i heard you cant use it for triamcinolone for phimosis than two weeks? This straightforward manual is sure to assist any reader faced with a medical issue or emergency. Mutual differences between the members sale triamcinolone of the Commonwealth have further weakened. The total number of circumcisions.. Academy of Pediatrics guidelines state the foreskin may not retract until. If balanitis is caused by infection, the appropriate antibiotic should be. In order to avoid such unindicated expensive operations, it is important to elaborately redefine phimosis and know about newer noninvasive cheaper and safer treatment options. Should You Go Gluten-Free?. Rate the answer you receive. This triamcinolone for phimosis the form of a.. ...
MODEL RELEASED. Penis circumcision to treat phimosis. Close-up of the foreskin being surgically removed (circumcised) to treat phimosis. The patient has diabetes, a condition that can lead to inflammation and swelling of the foreskin if blood sugar levels are too high. This can lead to, or worsen, phimosis, an overly tight foreskin that is difficult to retract. In chronic cases, the foreskin can be removed to avoid a recurrence of these symptoms. - Stock Image C004/4299
Phimosis is a condition that can arise when the foreskin of the penis cannot be retracted, because it is connected to the glans. It can lead to symptoms such as redness, soreness, and pain when urinating. Phimosis does not occur if circumcision has taken place. Find out more about phimosis and the treatment options.
Phimosis ... phimotic ring, frenulum-breve and foreskin conditions, inhibit sexual activity ... research on early prevention and individual treatment ...
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Treatment of phimosis Phimosis - what is it? Mens reproductive organ disease when the glans penis opens painfully or does not open at all due to narrowing of the foreskin.
From birth, my sons penis wouldballon with urine before any would make it out through the small opening in his foreskin. It was handy-Im one of the few mums of a son who NEVER got an arc of pee in the face! We had a warning system. As he got older I realised that this was not typical, but any information I could find relating to ballooning related to older children or, to forskin only balooning- his whole penis seems to blow up-have you ever seen Horton hears a who? the part where Horton has his trunk filled with water, and a not in the bottom is an EXACT representation of what happens to my son. When the urine does finally escape, it tends to squirt a bit wild and to one side. I took him to our family GP when he started kinder, and would be sharing toilet facilities. My aim was to AVOID circumsision. Our doctor said he had a true phimosis, and recommended steroid cream, at twice a day instead of once, due to the severity of the phimosis. The cream did seem to work, but part of the ...
From birth, my sons penis wouldballon with urine before any would make it out through the small opening in his foreskin. It was handy-Im one of the few mums of a son who NEVER got an arc of pee in the face! We had a warning system. As he got older I realised that this was not typical, but any information I could find relating to ballooning related to older children or, to forskin only balooning- his whole penis seems to blow up-have you ever seen Horton hears a who? the part where Horton has his trunk filled with water, and a not in the bottom is an EXACT representation of what happens to my son. When the urine does finally escape, it tends to squirt a bit wild and to one side. I took him to our family GP when he started kinder, and would be sharing toilet facilities. My aim was to AVOID circumsision. Our doctor said he had a true phimosis, and recommended steroid cream, at twice a day instead of once, due to the severity of the phimosis. The cream did seem to work, but part of the ...
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Tight foreskin refers to phimosis, a normal condition in babies but consider abnormal in older children and adults where foreskin is very tight to be pulled back over the glans penis.
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I went to see my pediatricglans is sticking out, only a very small circle around the urethra. And I am unable to pull it back over. The doc said it is phimosis and should resolve around when he hits ...
I tried it with lube and it makes everything so slippery that its impossible to even get the balloon in now. I think this device just isnt going to work for me. I tried manual stretching some time ago but I didnt see any progress with that and it wasnt easy to do either. Is there nothing else that could help? Im feeling really discouraged about this whole thing now and I dont know what other options I have left other than circumcision. But I dont want to do that either and now I think Im just doomed to have phimosis for the rest of my life. And even though in my other thread you said that this shouldnt stop me from having sex, I feel really self conscious about it to the point where Im afraid to even date women. So its making me really depressed ...
Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin is too tight. Mr Gill provides treatment for this condition in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.
ALVE S, ANDRéS; STEINFELD, PABLO; PASTORINI, JORGE y GIACHETTO, GUSTAVO. Esteroides tópicos como tratamiento conservador de la fimosis. Arch. Pediatr. Urug. [online]. 2004, vol.75, n.4, pp.327-330. ISSN 1688-1249.. Introduction: phimosis is defined as the foreskin incapacity to be retracted at an age in which is usually retracted. In the last years the topical steroid application has started to be used as an alternative for surgery treatment of phimosis. Objective: to describe the therapeutic response of phimosis to the topical application of betamethasone. Material and method: the therapeutic response to the twice a day topical application of 0,1% betamethasone valerate during 30 days, was evaluated in children with phimosis from 3 to 14 years old, assisted in the Centro de Salud Materno Infantil Maciel, from June 2001 to March 2002. Results: 28 children were included. The median age was 5,6 years. Full recovery was observed in 17 children, improvement in eight and therapeutic failure in ...
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Phimosis in adolescents and even in adults is much more common than one might think. Find out what is your specific case and learn the ways to solve it.
A non-retractable foreskin in boys is a normal developmental stage, requiring no treatment. Pathological phimosis is rare and treatable.
Phimosis shouldnt have a serious medical impact on your quality of life. It isnt necessarily painful unless the foreskin is infected or irritated. H
Learn about phimosis, a condition where the foreskin cannot be retracted. This can cause problems for adults. We take a look at the causes and treatments ...
Penile phimosis is the condition where the skin covering the glans is quite narrow, so it pulls back the cuticle and the penis head cannot be uncovered.
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Skin is layers of cells. The upper layers are the epidermis. The cells of the epidermis have hard, strong walls and fats between them to keep bad things out of your body. About a dozen layers below the epidermis lies the dermis - a mixture of different cells that help give skin structure. Fibroblasts, for example, exude collagen - a fibrous protein that helps pull everything together. Collagen gives skin its tightness. As people age, they produce less collagen, their skin stops snapping back when you pull it, and they get wrinkles. ...
I am an adult in my 30s and have had phimosis since I was a teenager. I have been very scared about trying to fix this, to the point that I developed a phobia of seeing a urologist. I am happy to say, though, that after working with a therapist over the p...
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Risk of Persistent Phimosis and Infection: in the normal young penis the glans is attached to the foreskin by adhesions (phimosis). According to a 2007 review in Canadian Family Physician, in 99% of boys these adhesions disappear by age 16. If they do not, or scarring occurs at the end of the penis (pathologic phimosis) an d the fore sk in ca nt be roll ed back , the glans may become inflamed. There is a small chance your child may need circumcision when he is older if other treatments dont work ...
I saw a patient recently who complained of reduced sexual pleasure due to clitoral phimosis. The term phimosis when used among medical practitioners refers to the male aspect of phimosis where the foreskin of the penis is tight and causes problems. It was not surprising that all the doctors that she had seen before didnt understand what clitoral phimosis was and therefore were unable to treat her. This young patient was however very knowledgeable about her body and knew exactly what needed attending to so that she was able to attain the sexual pleasure that she so desired ...
Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr Mulindi Mwanahamuntu says long term protection from cervical cancer for women whose husbands are circumcised exceeds 30%, reports Zambian Eyes Limbikani Msamba. Dr. Mwanahamuntu revealed that there was a move within the HIV strategic plan to offer circumcision services to new born babies.. Speaking when he featured on Zambian Eyes interactive live interview dubbed Hot Seat, Dr. Mwanahamuntu, who has worked in the UTH Obstetrics and Gynaecology department for 23 years, also outlined the various reasons for conducting the procedure and addressed the controversies regarding the quality of life after.. Circumcision is simply the removal of excess foreskin, all of it or part of it. This is done for a variety of reasons. It could be done to treat conditions that create problems with the penis, such as failure of the foreskin to retract or failure of the retracted foreskin to return, respectively called phimosis and para phimosis, He said. Other reasons include ...
Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr Mulindi Mwanahamuntu says long term protection from cervical cancer for women whose husbands are circumcised exceeds 30%, reports Zambian Eyes Limbikani Msamba. Dr. Mwanahamuntu revealed that there was a move within the HIV strategic plan to offer circumcision services to new born babies.. Speaking when he featured on Zambian Eyes interactive live interview dubbed Hot Seat, Dr. Mwanahamuntu, who has worked in the UTH Obstetrics and Gynaecology department for 23 years, also outlined the various reasons for conducting the procedure and addressed the controversies regarding the quality of life after.. Circumcision is simply the removal of excess foreskin, all of it or part of it. This is done for a variety of reasons. It could be done to treat conditions that create problems with the penis, such as failure of the foreskin to retract or failure of the retracted foreskin to return, respectively called phimosis and para phimosis, He said. Other reasons include ...
During last years topical steroid creams have been suggested to be effective treatment for non-retractable foreskin instead of circumcision.. Aim of this study is to investigate the efficacy, safety and persistence of treatment results of a medium potent steroid cream in a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study. ...
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Masturbation with the foreskin exposed will be different, the otherwise protected glans will not be accustomed to such rough and dry treatment. Not sure you are saying you have been having intercourse with a condom, or hypothesising. As always, I suggest that if the woman is properly lubricated, there will be little or no friction and tendency to pull the foreskin back. The only difference between a tight and a loose frænulum really, is that where it is loose, the (same degree of) drag is distributed over a wider area of skin ...
Diprosone medication - Tight foreskin/diprosone help!? Might help. Betamethosone, active ingredient in diprosone, (betamethasone dipropionate) is fairly effective at relieving phimosis (tight foreskin) in prepubertal boys, less so in adults. Thus worth trying in boys, applied to the tight area twice daily for about 3 months. Tightness may well return after you discontinue. Of course alternative is circumcision or dorsal slit prepucioplasty (foreskin preserving surgical release of phimosis..
Medicine for diprosone allergy - Tight foreskin/diprosone help!? Might help. Betamethosone, active ingredient in diprosone, (betamethasone dipropionate) is fairly effective at relieving phimosis (tight foreskin) in prepubertal boys, less so in adults. Thus worth trying in boys, applied to the tight area twice daily for about 3 months. Tightness may well return after you discontinue. Of course alternative is circumcision or dorsal slit prepucioplasty (foreskin preserving surgical release of phimosis..
Small children are usually difficult to tell exactly what is being felt. To the parents should be sensitive and careful observing health condition. Well, if your child feels sick or has difficulty during urination, can be no interference with the sex organs.. It is not to be ignored, the article if not dealt with immediately to avoid infection or other sexually obstacles later in life.. Poles covered alias Fomisi. One of the disorders that may occur in the genital organs of your baby are the closed end of the foreskin of the penis. In medical terms this disorder is called phimosis. As a result, urine can not exit normally and the head of the penis can not be cleaned. These conditions lead to infections in the head of the penis (balanitis). If this situation continues, with the mouth of the tip of the penis urethra blocked, then your doctor may recommend that your little hero circumcised. This action is done by opening and cut the skin of the penis so that the open end.. What causes it?. Phimosis ...
The essence of the method is regular and prolonged application of corticosteroid ointments on the glans penis and the foreskin. Corticosteroid ointments insignificantly increase foreskin tissue elasticity which may lead to its stretching and decrease of the disease stage. In addition application of glucocorticoids abates edema and inflammation and precipitates microcracks healing.. However in practice ointment treatment gives very little result. Therefore even using them during several months does not produce any effect. If phimosis is prone to progression the disease continues to develop even when a patient is under this treatment although slower.. Generally this method of phimosis treatment should be considered ineffective and should not be recommended for use.. Stretching of the foreskin. The essence of this method is clear from its name. A man should systematically stretch stenosing foreskin ring with his fingers or appliances to make it wider after some time. This method really helped some ...
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Phimosis and Paraphimosis - Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment from the Merck Manuals - Medical Consumer Version.
Balanoposthitis is the inflammation of the glans penis and the foreskin in uncircumsized males. The word was coined from two roots and an affix: Gk βαλανος (balanos; cf. L glans, glandis, Russian жёлудь (zhjolud) acorn; glans penis fr. PIE *gwel- oak), Gk ποσθη (posthe) membrum virile; prepuce, -itis ISV inflammation of. May be caused by phimosis, or an abnormal tightness of the foreskin preventing retraction over the glans. Phimosis is from Gk φιμωσις (phimosis) muzzling, silencing; stopping up of an orifice; contraction of the prepuce fr φιμος (phimos) muzzle ...
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The small patchy white spots on the glans and Penile skin may not just be non bothersome depigmentation. It is especially true if accompanied by poor urinary flow rates. These spots or a large patch with itchy areas of dryness may be suggestive of Lichen Sclerosus et atrophicus, a disease with multifactorial origin but poorly defined cause and effect. In affecting the body the disease varies from a mild form of cosmetic depigmentation to Phimosis or scarring of the foreskin to Deformation of the entire urinary pipe ( Pananterior Urethral stricture)leading to the Urinary Bladder inside of the pelvis. It may rarely be Pre Cancerous also ( Less than 3 %). The only way to detect is to observe and diagnose them on time . Initially known with varied names such as Krauses vulvae the disease can be treated medically if detected very early in course of time. The same is done using Emollients, Immunospupressant topical (local)application.. It is far more common in females in the ratio of ten or three ...
DISCUSSION. LEA is a chronic, benign and uncommon inflammatory disease. It is more prevalent in females (ratio of 6-10 women to one man). 1,2 Higher incidence has been observed in white women aged around 40. The etiology is unknown but it is thought that genetic susceptibility plays a role in the disease. LEA is however closely related to autoimmune diseases and immunogenetic studies have revealed a link with HLA-DQ74,5,6 Some authors have advanced the theory that the LEA and scleroderma could be facets of the same disease, but the subject remains controversial. 7 It occurs predominantly in the genital area (in 83-98% of all cases), with extragenital lesions occurring in between 8% to 20% of cases. 1,2,3,8. The genital form of the disease in women is called craurose vulvar. This manifests as extremely puriginous lesions forming painful erosions, vulvar atrophy with progressive narrowing of the vaginal opening and dispaurenia. 1, 3 In men, the genital form is known as balanitis obliterans ...
Paraphimosis is an uncommon medical condition in which the foreskin of a penis becomes trapped behind the glans penis, and cannot be reduced (pulled back to its normal flaccid position covering the glans). If this condition persists for several hours or there is any sign of a lack of blood flow, paraphimosis should be treated as a medical emergency, as it can result in gangrene. Paraphimosis is usually caused by medical professionals or parents who handle the foreskin improperly: The foreskin may be retracted during penile examination, penile cleaning, urethral catheterization, or cystoscopy; if the foreskin is left retracted for a long period, some of the foreskin tissue may become edematous (swollen with fluid), which makes subsequent reduction of the foreskin difficult.[citation needed] Paraphimosis can be avoided by bringing the foreskin back into its normal, forward, non-retracted position after retraction is no longer necessary (for instance, after cleaning the glans penis or placing a ...
RESULTS. The parents of 1479 pupils answered the questionnaire, giving a response rate of 95.8%. In all, 10.7% of schoolboys had undergone circumcision, and 11.8% of the fathers were circumcised. Regarding non-circumcised boys, 28.9% of their parents believed that their sons had phimosis and 15.6% believed they would require circumcision later. Among these parents, 57.9% would consider circumcision for their boys in public hospitals, 96.9% thought that public institutions should provide such service, and 82.6% thought that doctors opinions were most important when deciding about circumcision. Most parents believed that circumcision could prevent balanitis (82.8%) and improve hygiene (81.8%). Significantly more parents from Mainland China and of lower social class believed that circumcision could improve cosmesis, growth of the penis, sexual potency and fertility, and prevent sexually transmitted diseases and penile cancer ...
Posted by Dr. Taufiq on Nov 20, 2017 in Mens Health , 0 comments. Balanitis (Penile Infection) is a common infection that affects the head of the penis and the foreskin. It is more commonly seen in boys and men who are not circumcised. Common Symptoms of the infection of the Penis include: a sore, itchy and smelly penis redness and swelling build-up of thick fluid around your penis pain when peeing Some adults may also have tight foreskin that is unable to be fully retracted. This is called phimosis and can increase risk of balanitis. Causes of Balanitis (Infection of the.... read more ...
Phimosis isnt usually a problem unless it causes symptoms such as redness, soreness or swelling.. If your childs glans is sore and inflamed they may have balanitis (inflammation of the head of the penis). There may also be a thick discharge underneath the foreskin. If both the glans and foreskin are inflamed its known as balanoposthitis.. Take your child to see your GP if they have these type of symptoms. Your GP will be able to recommend appropriate treatment.. Most cases of balanitis can be easily managed using a combination of good hygiene, creams or ointments, and avoiding substances that irritate the penis. Read more about treating balanitis.. Balanoposthitis can also sometimes be treated by following simple hygiene measures, such as keeping the penis clean by regularly washing it with water and a mild soap or moisturiser. Urine can irritate the glans if its retained for long periods under the foreskin, so if possible you should withdraw the foreskin to wash the glans.. If ...
Advice: Patients with inflammation of the penis & foreskin may need a urological opinion. They can be managed in primary care, but this depends on the length of the history and physical findings. Diagnostic awareness is needed to exclude BXO and penile cancer, and occasionally a sexually-transmitted infection. If associated with phimosis, a urology opinion will be helpful. Refer To: Urologist, or Sexual Health Physician if STD suspected. ...
Methods Inter-rater comparison of the responses on foreskin status and circumcision in a self-report questionnaire with the findings of a physical examination by an experienced well-trained urologist was performed for patients who visited a healthcare facility in Kanagawa, Japan. Foreskin status was defined using a five-point graphical scale based on the degree to which the foreskin covers the foreskin and the glans penis in a non-erectile condition: type 1, a fully exposed glans penis; types 2-4, the glans penis partly covered by the foreskin and type 5, phimosis. Linear weighted κ and per cent agreement were used to evaluate the reliability of responses. ...
Pardon the tangent, but as long as yall are on the subject of circumcision, does anyone have a foreskin that doesnt retract? My six year old sons foreskin doesnt retract, and hes beyond the age of two or three or four when the foreskin is supposed to naturally pull back. The condition is called phimosis. Some doctors freak out about it and recommend circumcision. Our pediatrician says we should leave it as is, and just see if it eventually retracts, or if not, let him participate in the decision about whether to get cut after he reaches puberty. The doctor says it will not restrict the growth of his penis. But Im wondering: do any of you grown ups have a foreskin that doesnt retract? Hows it working? And how does it feel? Any hygienic concerns? Im cut so I cant imagine having a foreskin, let alone one that doesnt retract ...
All boys are born with phimosis. This resolves by about age 3 in all but approximately 10% of males, who as a result experience problems with micturition, ballooning of the foreskin, and painful difficulties with erections (see review [9]). Paraphimosis can similarly be prevented by infant MC.. Circumcision in infancy also means that by the time the male becomes sexually active, he has partial protection against those STIs known to be more prevalent in uncircumcised men [9, 12, 18, 51, 52]. Meta-analyses of observational studies show MC protects against oncogenic human papillomavirus (HPV) [53, 54], genital herpes (HSV-2) [51], syphilis [51] and HIV [55]. The protective effect demonstrated by meta-analyses of the observational data [51, 55] has, with the curious exception of syphilis, been reinforced by randomized controlled trials (RCTs) [55-61]). The trials also demonstrated increased efficacy to prevent HIV infection the longer the follow-up period after surgery. The protective effect is ...
In the Capital Region of Denmark in 2014, we calculated a risk of 1.66% of undergoing a foreskin surgical procedure in general anesthesia before 18 years of age.. Due to the higher prevalence of nontherapeutic circumcision in many other countries, it would be difficult to estimate the real need of operation on the foreskin due to medical reasons in those countries. We did not subtract the number of boys who had undergone a nontherapeutic circumcision from the birth cohort. Therefore, the calculated risk of 1.66% for boys to develop pathologic phimosis in need of surgery might be slightly underestimated because a smaller fraction of the Danish population is Jewish and Muslim. This number is unknown, because the religious affiliation of a child is not registered. Private nontherapeutic circumcision is legal, but not registered, so the number of boys undergoing nontherapeutic circumcision is unknown in the Capital Region of Denmark. The Danish Health and Medicines Authority estimated a cultural ...
Indications for anesthesia of the penis include the following: Dorsal slit of the foreskin Phimosis reduction Paraphimosis reduction Repair of penile lacerations Release of penile skin entrapped ... more
After the procedure you will be prescribed pain medication and it will be healed and back to normal within a month or so. They can help soften the skin of the foreskin, making it easier to retract. Ineligible , , last edited by • 0 Quote Reply D DanielTheManiel I managed to pull back my foreskin over the head for the first today! Trending Masturbating too much? 18 answers Do You Have A Penis? 69 answers If I fart for 20 seconds will my anus collapse? 5 answers More questions How bigs your penis? http://webjak.net/unable-to/unable-to-pull-your-foreskin-back.html This was totally unplanned and due to circumstances, I will be unable to... When surgery may be needed Surgery may be needed if a child or adult has severe or persistent balanitis or balanoposthitis that causes their foreskin to be painfully tight. Will it stop her periods... Quick reply Recommended for You Phimosis Related Complications Although it is in generally regarded as a common condition, not too many people have heard about ...
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Lichen sclerosus (LS) is a chronic dermatosis mainly localised to the anogenital area. The aim of this study was to investigate the clinical features of LS in adult men. A retrospective analysis of records from 771 patients diagnosed with LS was made and a questionnaire was sent to all patients. The results showed that the clinical spectrum was wide. Itch, tenderness and pain were frequently reported and more than half of the patients reported that LS had a negative impact on their sexual health. Phimosis was common and almost 1/3 of the patients were circumcised before or during the study period. Eight cases (1%) of penile squamous cell carcinoma were recorded. This emphasises the need for follow-up of male patients with LS. ...
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Medical examination of the male genitals may be undertaken to detect various ailments, or to verify a persons age or biological sex. For the male genital examination, the exposure of the groin and genital area with adequate lighting is required. The ideal position is with the professional sitting in front of the patient. The examination may take place with the patient sitting or in supine position, but to investigate possible varicocele and hernia it is necessary that the patient is standing in front of the examiner. In a genital examination, the doctor can detect abnormalities such as phimosis, lumps, tumors, redness, excoriation, edema, lesions, swelling, cancer and many others. Pubic region Penis Glans Scrotum Testicles and epididymis Outside of the medical scope, there may also be social reasons for conducting genital examinations. For instance child refugees from Syria have had their genitals examined in some European countries in order to determine their age. There have also been ...
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A 56-year-old man presented with acute amaurosis in his left eye (OS) associated with temperature and malaise. He was under antibiotic treatment for a urinary infection secondary to phimosis. Ophthalmologist exploration revealed: Visual acuity in his right eye (OD)=1 and amaurosis in his OS. Fundoscopy examination showed yellowish-white retinal foci around the macula in his OD and cherry red spot in his OS. The patient was suspected of having a systemic infection with septic emboli in both eyes. Clinical evaluation was completed by an internist with diagnosis of IE. The patient underwent heart surgery with mitral valve replacement. The microbiologist culture of the valve revealed an infection due to aerococcus urinae. All blood tests performed presented normal ranges. The patient has been monitorized from the time of referral to the present day. Fluorescein angiography revealed macular ischaemia in his OS without ischaemic foci in his OD. Visual fields (VF) showed a total central loss of ...
ourinary system (eg phimosis) may be the cause.. If developed cystitis in children, treatment should begin immediately, and before that to ensure the accuracy of the diagnosis, as it is insidious: more than a dozen of urologic diseases with similar symptoms may be hiding under his mask.. For accurate diagnosis is necessary to give a urine sample and conduct ultrasound examination of the bladder.Cystitis occurs in children five symptoms: • frequent urination.. • sharp pains when trying to go to the toilet in a little.. • setting aside a small portion of urine.. • muddy color and sharp unpleasant odor of urine.. • Complaints of pain in the lower abdomen.. Typically, acute cystitis if the temperature rises.Be careful: if it is changed, it may cause kidney!. What are the causes of cystitis?Many people think that the cause - hypothermia.However, hypothermia serves a provoking factor.The immediate cause is an infection that can penetrate the ascending path (from the urethra) or descending ...
Paraphimosis is the inability to reduce a swollen and proximally positioned foreskin over the glans penis (see images below). Paraphimosis is most often iatrogenic, occurring when medical personnel forget to reduce the foreskin after instrumentation or catheterization of the urethra.
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There are many other pros and cons when it comes to the circumcision argument which I dont have room to address here, however, I urge you to speak with your pediatrician at length before making this choice for your own child. However, as a sex therapist, I will say that if you do feel traumatized by your circumcision, you are not alone. There is a group called Intact America which is working to end routine circumcision, and you can go to their web site to find resources and like-minded support from other men (and women) who are against circumcision. Last, before I end, I want to address the issue of consent around circumcision. One man on my Facebook post compared circumcision to rape, and while I appreciate his right to anger about his circumcision, we must be very, very careful when we use the word rape to describe anything other than rape. Words matter. They are powerful. They shape our beliefs and they inform the way we live in this world. So when we use the word rape to talk about a ...
Penile cancer is the malignant tumor that develops in the penis tissues with the ability to spread the cancerous cells (body metastasis).. Penile cancer is quite rarely reported. Its incidence varies from 2 to 4 % of all oncological diseases of the male urogenital system. Most often, this is reported in elderly male patients over 60, though there are cases proved this diseases in people aged up to 40 and even in children.. The treatment protocol for people with the penile cancer depends on the stage of the disease that is possible to be determined thorough examination and test of the disease stage and prevalence.. ...
Various combinations of microbicide and circumcision would produce a 20% reduction, but one combination cited by Cox was 53% circumcision coverage combined with 35% microbicide coverage - both higher than his initial assumptions. A 40% reduction in incidence would require probably unrealistic coverage rates of 81% for circumcision and 63% for microbicides, and a 30% reduction in incidence would require 68% coverage of circumcision and 46% coverage of microbicides use.. Inevitably, circumcision would benefit men more and microbicides would be of greater benefit to women. If circumcision was the only intervention used, 70% of the reduction in infections seen would be amongst men and if microbicides alone were used, 65% of the reduction would be in women, but if used together, the sexes would share the benefit equally.. Hiam Chemaitelly looked at the effect of circumcision in serodiscordant couples and weighed it up against the impact of treating the HIV-positive partner; treating the negative ...
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Welcome to Historical Medical Quotes On Circumcision. Many people ask me how this site got started and comment on how big it is. I started it in June, 1998, as a place to put some old medical quotes on circumcision Id found- hence the name. As I researched circumcisions history, I slowly added information to the site. It quickly grew too big to be one page, so I added the blue menu bar that you see on the right. Not only do I have quotes by medical professionals- doctors, nurses, etc.- but also by mothers and fathers. These are not only experiences with having observed their sons circumcisions, but with their experiences with having circumcised and non-circumcised sons.. In order to get an accurate picture of circumcision, one must not only look at what doctors and parents have to say today, but what theyve said in the past - especially WHY they said it, historically. Each section deals with a different issue concerning circumcision; to each of these Ive added many quotes to help ...
Its been slightly blue and I feel like sometimes looks more blue since the ring fell off. It fell off 4 days ago. I dont know if its just part of the healing or if somethings wrong. Anyone experience this?
Well, as an infant a circumcision means a bit of local freezing, being strapped down and having a kind of clamp attached and cut around. Gross-sounding, wait till you assist with them! As an older baby it does not mean the same thing. Circumcision as an 8 month old means general anaesthetic, and stitching, but also a specialist (urologist) who can make a neat job. (Whatever that means). Well now I dont know what to do! I dont want Nickolas to go under general (put to sleep), but if it is a medical indication… AND if he does need it, I dont want to wait until hes a toddler ...
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Your GP will ask you about any symptoms you have and when they occur. Theyll also examine your penis for signs of penile cancer.. In 2015, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) published guidelines to help GPs recognise the signs and symptoms of penile cancer, and refer people for the right tests faster.. To find out if you should be referred for further tests for suspected penile cancer, read the NICE 2017 guidelines on Suspected Cancer: Recognition and Referral.. If your GP suspects penile cancer, they may refer you to a specialist. This is usually a urologist, a doctor who specialises in conditions that affect the urinary system and genitals.. The specialist will ask about your symptoms and check your medical history. They may also check for any physical signs of penile cancer.. A blood test may be carried out to check your general health and number of blood cells.. To confirm a diagnosis of penile cancer, you may need to have a biopsy. A small tissue sample will be ...
A doctor will be able to diagnose your condition by first performing a physical exam. If the doctor suspects the signs are related to that of penile cancer, he would recommend further tests to confirm the diagnosis.
Why is circumcision done? Circumcision is one of the oldest operations performed. Sometimes it is done because a specific problem with the foreskin (prepuce) exists, and other times it is done for family, cultural, or religious reasons.
Circumcision is not mandatory and is totally optional. You have options pertaining to your male babys penis. The process of circumcision is so painful that they strap these little babys hands down so they cant move when the foreskin is being brutally and savagely cut.
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The AAP policy statement might be revisited in the future since it has been heavily criticized. Some even suggested that AAP didnt quote all of the necessary researches and that some of the listed researches were misquoted: The 1999 Task Force on Circumcision policy statement also has flaws and may likewise be culpable for failing to adhere to the generally accepted scientific and professional preference for valuing methodology in assessing the soundness of existing information. The responsible course of action for the AAP would be to admit that the evidence does not now support, and never has supported the continued routine performing of circumcision on infant males. … In the alternative, assuming that the AAP, ACOG (The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists), and individual physicians can reasonably hypothesize beneficial utility that a century of research has failed to prove, circumcision should be reclassified as experimental and/or cosmetic surgery and thus be subject to ...
Penile cancer is rare in the U.S. with some 2,080 men are expected to be diagnosed with this cancer. Learn about the treatment options for this cancer.
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Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin of an adult cannot be retracted properly. Phimosis can be treated by using topical ... "Phimosis (tight foreskin)". NHS Choices. 26 August 2015. Archived from the original on 22 September 2017. Retrieved 21 ... Circumcision may also be performed on children or adults to treat phimosis, balanitis, or to prevent transmission of sexually ... phimosis, sexually transmitted infection and penile cancer. The American Academy of Pediatricians' 2012 technical report on ...
Hina Z Ghory; Rahul Sharma (April 28, 2010). "Phimosis and Paraphimosis". eMedicine. Patients with phimosis, both physiologic ... physiologic phimosis resolves naturally as a child matures, but it may be advisable to treat pathologic phimosis via long-term ... Non-surgical management of phimosis. Aust N Z J Surg. 1989;59(12):963. doi:10.1111/j.1445-2197.1989.tb07640.x. PMID 2597103. ... Beaugé M. The causes of adolescent phimosis. Br J Sex Med. 1997;(September-October):26. Richard A Santucci; Ryan P Terlecki ( ...
Phimosis is "a contracted foreskin (that) may cause trouble by hurting when an attempt is made to pull the foreskin back". In ... Nørby, Bettina; Frimodt-Møller, Poul Christian (29 April 2015). "article on Foreskin contraction (phimosis)". Netdoctor.co.uk. ...
Chu CC, Chen KC, Diau GY (1999). "Topical steroid treatment of phimosis in boys". J. Urol. 162 (3 Pt 1): 861-3. doi:10.1097/ ... Berdeu D, Sauze L, Ha-Vinh P, Blum-Boisgard C (2001). "Cost-effectiveness analysis of treatments for phimosis: a comparison of ... A cream with 0.05% betamethasone appears effective in treating phimosis in boys, and often averts the need for circumcision. It ... A review of estimated costs and complications of 3 phimosis treatments. Esposito C, Centonze A, Alicchio F, Savanelli A, ...
Khope S (March 2010). "Topical mometasone furoate for phimosis". Indian Pediatrics. 47 (3): 282. PMID 20371899. Williams DM ( ... and penile phimosis. In terms of steroid strength, it is more potent than hydrocortisone, and less potent than dexamethasone. ...
The procedure may also be used to prevent the development of phimosis. Phimosis is also a complication that can result from ... Phimosis is the inability to retract the foreskin over the glans penis. At birth, the foreskin cannot be retracted due to ... This pathological phimosis may be due to scarring from the skin disease balanitis xerotica obliterans (BXO), repeated episodes ... Ko MC, Liu CK, Lee WK, Jeng HS, Chiang HS, Li CY (April 2007). "Age-specific prevalence rates of phimosis and circumcision in ...
Phimosis at eMedicine Edwards S (1996). "Balanitis and balanoposthitis: a review". Genitourin Med. 72 (3): 155-9. doi:10.1136/ ... Further complications may include: Stricture of urethral meatus Phimosis Paraphimosis Inflammation has many possible causes, ... the reduced elasticity may lead to pathologic phimosis. ...
Stuart, Robin (July 2007). "Male initiation and the phimosis taboos". Applied Research on Circumcision. Archived from the ...
"Circumcision and phimosis in eighteenth century France". History of Circumcision. Retrieved 16 December 2016. Cronin 1974, p. ... Suggestions that Louis suffered from phimosis, which was relieved by circumcision, have been discredited. Nevertheless, ...
He also found that 1% of those unable to fully retract experienced phimosis at ages 14-17, the remainder were partially able to ... Beaugé M. The causes of adolescent phimosis. Br J Sex Med. 1997;(Sept/Oct):26. "Circumcision Policy Statement". Pediatrics. 103 ... Phimosis, and Smegma among Danish Schoolboys. Arch Dis Child. April 1968;43:200-202. doi:10.1136/adc.43.228.200. PMID 5689532. ...
Phimosis is an inability to retract the foreskin fully. It is normal and harmless in infancy and pre-pubescence, occurring in ...
A simple dorsal slit can be performed in patients who have phimosis or severe recurrent infections. At a later date, if they ... Dorsal slit has a long history as a treatment for adult phimosis, since compared with circumcision it was relatively easy to ... Pathologic and physiologic phimosis: Approach to the phimotic foreskin. Canadian Family Physician. March 2007;53(3):445-8. PMID ... Dorsal slit is now rare in Western countries as a treatment for phimosis. Standard guidelines suggest conservative approaches ...
McGregor TB, Pike JG, Leonard MP (2007). "Pathologic and physiologic phimosis: Approach to the phimotic foreskin". Canadian ... Incidence of preputial adhesions, phimosis, and smegma among Danish schoolboys". Archives of Disease in Childhood. 43 (228): ...
Phimosis-Phimosis is a medical condition where the foreskin cannot be fully retracted over the glans. It is considered a ... Phimosis can be prevented by practising proper hygiene and by retracting the foreskin on a regular basis.[medical citation ... Risk factors include phimosis (inability to retract foreskin of the penis), chronic inflammation, smoking, HPV infection, ... It has been suggested that the reduction in risk may be due to reduced risk of phimosis; other possible mechanisms include ...
The peripenic muscle: some observations on the anatomy of phimosis. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics. 1916;23:177-81. Cold CJ, ...
Most men with phimosis also have frenulum breve to a certain extent. The condition may be treated with stretching exercises and ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Guardian article on frenulum breve The Manitoban article on phimosis and frenulum breve ... The diagnosis of frenulum breve is almost always confused with that of phimosis and a generally tight foreskin, since the ...
Removing the foreskin can prevent or treat a medical condition known as phimosis. It has been suggested that the custom of ... A remedy which is almost always successful in small boys is circumcision, especially when there is any degree of phimosis. The ... phimosis, and penile cancer.[citation needed] Circumcision in English-speaking countries arose in a climate of negative ...
... resulting in secondary phimosis (trapped penis). Since the penis does not protrude when a man has this disorder, his ability to ...
Her marriage was not consummated for many years, as her husband suffered from phimosis. While in exile in Rome, Maria fell in ...
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At the age of six months, after concern was raised about how both of them urinated, the boys were diagnosed with phimosis. They ... The doctors chose not to operate on Brian, whose phimosis soon cleared without surgical intervention. The parents, concerned ...
The Kuroda twins suffer from inborn phimosis, which does not allow either of them to masturbate. When found out, the twins ...
... is a treatment for phimosis in the alternative to circumcision and radical dorsal slit which is conservative, ... 3. Acceptability and outcomes of foreskin preservation for phimosis: An Indian perspective Saxena AK, Schaarschmidt K, Reich A ... An alternative surgical approach in children's phimosis treatment. BMC Urol. 2008;8:6. doi:10.1186/1471-2490-8-6. PMID 18318903 ...
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S. Phimosis and paraphimosis at eMedicine *^ Bromage, Stephen J.; Anne Crump; Ian Pearce (2008). "Phimosis as a presenting ... A commonly cited incidence statistic for pathological phimosis is 1% of uncircumcised males.[19][30][39] When phimosis is ... In some cases a cause may not be clear, or it may be difficult to distinguish physiological phimosis from pathological phimosis ... "phimosis". Online Etymology Dictionary.. *^ Kirk, Raymond Maurice; Winslet, Marc C. (2007). Essential General Surgical ...
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Phimosis and Paraphimosis - Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment from the Merck Manuals - Medical Consumer ... Phimosis In phimosis, the foreskin is tight and cannot be retracted over the glans penis (the cone-shaped end of the penis). ... phimosis may result from prolonged irritation or recurring inflammation of the glans penis and foreskin (balanoposthitis). The ...
  • [4] A potential complication of phimosis is paraphimosis , where the tight foreskin becomes trapped behind the glans. (wikipedia.org)
  • Patients with phimosis, both physiologic and pathologic, are at risk for developing paraphimosis when the foreskin is forcibly retracted past the glans and/or the patient or caretaker forgets to replace the foreskin after retraction. (medscape.com)
  • Paraphimosis and phimosis are abnormalities that occur involving the penis and its ability to retract or extrude from the prepuce. (petplace.com)
  • Available at: http://www.patient.co.uk/doctor/phimosis-and-paraphimosis. (winchesterhospital.org)
  • Phimosis and paraphimosis can develop only in uncircumcised males. (merckmanuals.com)
  • What are the symptoms of phimosis and paraphimosis? (columbiaurology.org)
  • The symptoms of phimosis and paraphimosis may look like other problems or medical conditions. (columbiaurology.org)
  • How is phimosis or paraphimosis diagnosed? (columbiaurology.org)
  • Medical reasons for Circumcision include phimosis, acute balanoposthitis or paraphimosis. (netdoctor.co.uk)
  • Paraphimosis has a number of different causes, including phimosis itself and previous foreskin infections. (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • A physician can diagnose phimosis or paraphimosis based on a physical examination. (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • Phimosis and paraphimosis are problems with the foreskin of the penis. (bcbsla.com)
  • What causes phimosis and paraphimosis in a child? (bcbsla.com)
  • The symptoms of phimosis and paraphimosis can seem like other health conditions. (bcbsla.com)
  • How are phimosis and paraphimosis diagnosed in a child? (bcbsla.com)
  • Paraphimosis is often confused with phimosis, but is entirely different. (phimocure.net)
  • Balanitis, Phimosis, and Paraphimosis is a topic covered in the 5-Minute Clinical Consult . (unboundmedicine.com)
  • If the patient is uncircumcised, appropriate hygiene and care of the foreskin are necessary to prevent phimosis and paraphimosis. (unboundmedicine.com)
  • How are phimosis and paraphimosis treated in a child? (massgeneral.org)
  • What are possible complications of phimosis and paraphimosis in a child? (massgeneral.org)
  • Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin of the penis cannot stretch to allow it to be pulled back past the glans . (wikipedia.org)
  • Phimosis in older children and adults can vary in severity, with some able to retract their foreskin partially (relative phimosis), while others are completely unable to retract their foreskin, even when the penis is in a flaccid state (full phimosis). (wikipedia.org)
  • Phimosis is tightness of the prepuce (foreskin) of the penis that prevents the retraction of the foreskin over the glans. (healthcentral.com)
  • Phimosis describes a condition in which the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back over the head or glans of the penis. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • Phimosis can lead to inflammation of the penis, called balanitis , or inflammation of both the glans and the foreskin, called balanoposthitis. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • Phimosis" is inability to withdraw the narrowed penile foreskin or prepuce behindthe glans penis [ 1 ]. (hindawi.com)
  • Sagittal section of tip of penis to illustrate the narrow opening of prepuce in phimosis. (smartdraw.com)
  • Phimosis is a condition where it is difficult to retract the foreskin over the tip of the penis. (denverhealth.org)
  • In phimosis, the prepuce (foreskin) is too tight to be retracted to reveal the glans penis. (medscape.com)
  • Phimosis (fy-MOH-sis) is a tightness of the foreskin in uncircumcised males that prevents the foreskin from retracting over the head of the penis . (akronchildrens.org)
  • Phimosis is when the opening of the foreskin of the penis is too small, or the foreskin is too tight or stuck to the head of the penis. (winchesterhospital.org)
  • Actually, I believe phimosis can't technically be diagnosed on a teen, because it's an adult condition, and in a teen the foreskin and penis are growing and changing and it's common for it to be attached, non-retractable or tight. (yahoo.com)
  • The term phimosis loosely describes the condition in which the foreskin cannot be drawn back (retracted) to uncover the glans (head) of the penis. (doctorsopposingcircumcision.org)
  • Phimosis is the narrowing of the preputial orifice, leading to an inability to retract the foreskin, or prepuce, over the glans penis. (mja.com.au)
  • In phimosis, the foreskin is tight and cannot be retracted over the glans penis (the cone-shaped end of the penis). (merckmanuals.com)
  • In older men, phimosis may result from prolonged irritation or recurring inflammation of the glans penis and foreskin ( balanoposthitis ). (merckmanuals.com)
  • The dr examined his penis and said that he had pinhole phimosis and would need a circumcision. (bubhub.com.au)
  • If when a boy is two or three years old you notice that this skin of his penis is not loosening up you should seek help from an expert doctor for phimosis treatment . (medical-wiki.com)
  • Without phimosis treatment they will begin to face difficulty in urinating, the penis might also get sore or red and especially when having sexual intercourse it can cause problems if phimosis treatment is not sought. (medical-wiki.com)
  • Phimosis is the inability to protrude the penis from the sheath. (vetstream.com)
  • Horses castrated when young may fail to protrude penis when urinating → inflammation → scarring → constriction of preputial orifice → phimosis. (vetstream.com)
  • Phimosis is a condition which may be present at birth (physiologic phimosis) or acquired later in life (pathologic phimosis) and is characterized by an inability to retract the prepuce (foreskin) over the head of the penis. (marinahospital.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis is seen in most newborn males and during the early years of life because of natural adhesion between the foreskin and the glans penis. (marinahospital.com)
  • Phimosis is a constriction of the opening of the foreskin so that it can't be drawn back over the tip of the penis. (columbiaurology.org)
  • Could it be due to phimosis of the penis? (healthcaremagic.com)
  • 1. Can it be caused by phimosis of the penis? (healthcaremagic.com)
  • Yes the irritation can well be due to Phimosis of the Penis & your symptoms can easily fit in. (healthcaremagic.com)
  • Chaz Dear Chaz, Here are some medical reasons why a man might choose to get circumcised: Phimosis: This is a medical condition in which the foreskin covering the penis is too tight and is hard to retract. (adult-male-circumcision.com)
  • However, I came across an article which linked phimosis, which I definitely have (my foreskin cannot retract past the head of my penis when erect), to lack of sensation during sex. (healthunlocked.com)
  • Tight foreskin refers to phimosis, a normal condition in babies but consider abnormal in older children and adults where foreskin is very tight to be pulled back over the glans penis. (geniderm.com)
  • The phimosis occurs when the foreskin (the fold of skin covering the glans penis) can retract to expose the glans. (mediologiest.com)
  • Phimosis exists only in men whose penis is only partially circumcised or uncircumcised. (mediologiest.com)
  • Thierch (1865) described the continuous friction of a phimosis as a cause of penis cancer and Czerny (1899) determined, that circumcision against penis cancer "immunised and encourages thorough cleanliness and removal of preputial secretions" (7, 37). (male-initiation.net)
  • Phimosis makes it harder to clean the penis well and may lead to infections or chronic inflammation. (cancer.ca)
  • Phimosis occurs when you can't pull the foreskin back from the tip of your penis. (healthline.com)
  • Phimosis is defined as the inability to retract the skin (foreskin or prepuce) covering the head (glans) of the penis. (diseasesdic.com)
  • Phimosis may appear as a tight ring or "rubber band" of foreskin around the tip of the penis, preventing full retraction. (diseasesdic.com)
  • Penile phimosis is a term used to describe the condition where the glans penis is unable to be uncovered. (cosmeticdermamedicine.gr)
  • Phimosis refers to a condition where the foreskin is too tight to pull back over the head of the penis. (harrogateurology.co.uk)
  • Phimosis is a medical condition that occurs when the foreskin is too tight around the head of the penis. (bangaloregenesishospital.com)
  • Phimosis is when a foreskin can't be pulled down (retracted) from the tip of the penis. (bcbsla.com)
  • called phimosis foreskin constriction.The head of the penis at the same time may not open at all, or open, but difficult and very painful. (ewhows.com)
  • Phimosis causes difficulty urinating.During urination preputial sac swells, then only a weak urine stream drops or excreted.In this manifestation of phimosis, the glans penis is not reopened, even slightly. (ewhows.com)
  • Some adult males can be observed phimosis saved since childhood.Also phimosis adults may develop during the rapid growth and development of sex organs in puberty.At discrepancy of rates of development of the penis and the foreskin, it may be less than the head.Its opening, which proved already, does not allow to open the head of the penis. (ewhows.com)
  • Circumcision - is by far the most effective treatment for phimosis.With surgery the foreskin is removed, exposing the head of the penis.Treatment of phimosis laser - it fotodestruktivnoe circumcision today is minimally traumatic, and reduces the risk of complications in the postoperative period.Now you know how to treat phimosis. (ewhows.com)
  • Phimosis is commonly referred to as constriction of the prepuce, which prevents the exposure of the glans penis. (healthysmed.com)
  • Phimosis in adolescents and older people can occur as a result of trauma to the penis or lack of care for the sex organs. (healthysmed.com)
  • With minor phimosis, he will perform the procedure of stretching the foreskin, then gently move it, treat the head of the penis with an antiseptic and apply to it a therapeutic ointment, most often with the addition of an antibiotic. (healthysmed.com)
  • If the symptoms of phimosis are bright, the patient experiences difficulty urinating, he has swelling of the glans penis, an operation is performed, the so-called circumcision or circumcision. (healthysmed.com)
  • Phimosis is characterized by the inability to retract the foreskin over the glans penis. (erectiledysfunctionclinic.co.uk)
  • Phimosis is the condition in which the foreskin of the penis cannot be retracted over the glands (head) of your dick, or when doing this causes discomfort. (menssexadvisor.co.uk)
  • Phimosis happens in uncircumcised males when the foreskin of the penis is too tight and it can't be pulled away from the head of the penis. (healthline.com)
  • Phimosis can frequently cause pain and discomfort when the penis is erect, and has a negative impact on the sex lives of many men throughout the world. (phimocure.net)
  • Phimosis refers to a tightening of the foreskin, preventing or limiting retraction over the glans penis. (foreskinstretching.com)
  • Heat and pain in the penis, painful erections, phimosis indicates the Jacaranda Caroba 30 Homeopathic drug for Balanitis. (homeoresearch.com)
  • Phimosis causes great heat in the penis. (homeoresearch.com)
  • 1m is one of the Homeopathic remedies to cure such heat in penis and phimosis. (homeoresearch.com)
  • Phimosis is a vague term referring to any condition in which the foreskin of the penis cannot be comfortably retracted. (tlctugger.com)
  • Phimosis is the inability to retract the foreskin behind the head (glans) of the penis. (vaccinehealthcenter.com)
  • A simple way to find out if you suffer from phimosis (tight foreskin) or not is to try to pull the foreskin all the way down until you can see the whole head of the penis. (mens-health.sg)
  • Inflammation or infections of the penis/foreskin have also been cited as indicators of phimosis, however these symptoms are rare, usually minor and generally resolve themselves without the need for surgical intervention. (wordpress.com)
  • [21] others use the term "non-retractile foreskin" to distinguish this developmental condition from pathologic phimosis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Circumcision was the mainstay of treatment for pathologic phimosis. (hindawi.com)
  • Parents and doctors should a be made aware of the noninvasive options for pathologic phimosis for better outcomes with minimal or no side-effects. (hindawi.com)
  • Also differentiating features between physiologic and pathologic phimosis should be part of medical curriculum to minimise erroneous referrals for surgery. (hindawi.com)
  • Pathologic phimosis defines an inability to retract the foreskin after it was previously retractible or after puberty, usually secondary to distal scarring of the foreskin. (medscape.com)
  • Poor hygiene and recurrent episodes of balanitis or balanoposthitis lead to scarring of preputial orifices, leading to pathologic phimosis. (medscape.com)
  • Pathologic phimosis may be detected in males who report painful erections, hematuria, recurrent urinary tract infections, preputial pain, or a weakened urinary stream. (medscape.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis versus pathologic phimosis. (medscape.com)
  • This is called pathologic phimosis , and it can lead to recurring infections, problems while urinating (peeing), and pain during sexual intercourse. (akronchildrens.org)
  • Cases of pathologic phimosis that cause pain, infection, or problems with peeing might be treated with topical medicine (medicine applied to the skin) or surgery. (akronchildrens.org)
  • OBJECTIVE To review the differences between physiologic and pathologic phimosis, review proper foreskin care, and discuss when it is appropriate to seek consultation regarding a phimotic foreskin. (cfp.ca)
  • Differentiating between physiologic and pathologic phimosis is important, as the former is managed conservatively and the latter requires surgical intervention. (cfp.ca)
  • Consultation should be sought when evidence of pathologic phimosis is present, as this requires surgical management. (cfp.ca)
  • Being able to distinguish between pathologic and physiologic phimosis would greatly reduce unnecessary, costly referrals. (cfp.ca)
  • B) In many cases of pathologic phimosis, the glans and meatus are visible without any attempt at retraction, as the scarred ring holds the preputial outlet open. (cfp.ca)
  • Phimosis is frequently divided into two categories: physiologic and pathologic phimosis. (foregen.org)
  • Pathologic phimosis is the onset of phimosis at a later age after full retraction has occurred due to scarring, infection, or inflammation. (foregen.org)
  • A common form of pathologic phimosis is balanitis xerotica obliterans (BXO) . (foregen.org)
  • Either these patients were not given enough time for natural retraction to occur, or they were experiencing pathologic phimosis. (foregen.org)
  • Out of the 120 patients in this study, only 30 were experiencing true pathologic phimosis. (foregen.org)
  • Pathologic phimosis is associated with the scarring of the foreskin which leads to an inability to retract it. (marinahospital.com)
  • Patients with a pathologic phimosis often suffer from painful erection, recurrent urinary tract infections, hematuria, preputial pain, and a weak urinary stream. (marinahospital.com)
  • Pathologic and physiologic phimosis: approach to the phimotic foreskin. (drug-shop.bid)
  • Uncomplicated pathologic phimosis is usually amenable to conservative medical treatment. (michiganurology.com)
  • When the foreskin cannot be retracted comfortably as the child grows, this may also indicate the development of pathologic phimosis. (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • Pathologic phimosis: Phimosis that occurs due to scarring, infection or inflammation. (diseasesdic.com)
  • Pathologic phimosis refers to later onset foreskin tightness, often due to inflammation or infection. (phimocure.net)
  • Pathologic phimosis occurs due to infection, inflammation, or scarring and is usually found in uncircumcised adult men. (vaccinehealthcenter.com)
  • Pathologic phimosis is caused by scarring, balanitis, and underlying medical risk factors. (vaccinehealthcenter.com)
  • Phimosis is nonretraction of prepuce. (hindawi.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis results from adhesions between the epithelial layers of the inner prepuce and glans. (medscape.com)
  • Phimosis in constriction of the orifice of the prepuce so that it cannot be drawn back over the glans. (petplace.com)
  • The following list attempts to classify Redundant prepuce and phimosis into categories where each line is subset of the next. (rightdiagnosis.com)
  • Phimosis generally refers to a condition where the prepuce cannot be withdrawn to expose the glans. (hkmj.org)
  • True phimosis, however, should be defined as a pathological condition in which the prepuce is scarred, non-retractile, and with a narrow preputial ring. (hkmj.org)
  • Physiological phimosis is a natural condition in which the prepuce cannot be retracted and there is natural adhesion between the glans and the prepuce ( Fig 1 ). (hkmj.org)
  • Excessive secretion of smegma Prepuce: smegma → chronic irritation and thickening of prepuce → phimosis → urination within prepuce → exacerbates inflammation. (vetstream.com)
  • When a doctor diagnoses a boy with phimosis it is because he/she does not understand the normal development of the prepuce. (drmomma.org)
  • In phimosis the opening of the foreskin is narrowed, preventing retraction. (netdoctor.co.uk)
  • Phimosis is caused by a tightening of the opening of the foreskin. (bcbsla.com)
  • Boys aged less than five years had the highest rate of circumcision to treat phimosis, at 4.6 per 1000 person-years, representing about 300 circumcisions per year. (mja.com.au)
  • The rate of circumcision to treat phimosis in boys aged less than 15 years is seven times the expected incidence rate for phimosis. (mja.com.au)
  • We aimed to determine the rates of circumcision to treat phimosis in Western Australian boys over a 19-year period and to compare these with circumcision rates for other medical conditions. (mja.com.au)
  • Close-up of the foreskin being surgically removed (circumcised) to treat phimosis. (sciencephoto.com)
  • There are several conservative and surgical treatment approaches to treat phimosis. (marinahospital.com)
  • The technique used to treat phimosis is called circumcision and there are different techniques to perform this procedure. (marinahospital.com)
  • Because there are several ways, effective treatment of phimosis can only be called an operation - is circumcision.However, let's look at attempts to treat phimosis in other ways, in order to dispel all the myths about it. (ewhows.com)
  • Refusal to treat phimosis is fraught with adverse consequences for men's health. (healthysmed.com)
  • How to Safely Stretch a Tight Foreskin to Treat Phimosis. (foreskinstretching.com)
  • What are different ways to treat phimosis? (reference.com)
  • This can lead to, or worsen, phimosis, an overly tight foreskin that is difficult to retract. (sciencephoto.com)
  • MAIN MESSAGE Phimosis is defined as the inability to retract the foreskin. (cfp.ca)
  • From this definition, it can be understood that the term phimosis stands for the inability to fully retract the foreskin at any point in a man's life. (foregen.org)
  • is circumcision for a case of phimosis that has scar tissue and can't retract at all 100%, absolutely necessary? (healthtap.com)
  • While phimosis is normal in newborn baby boys, it typically reduces over age with ~95% of boys able to retract the foreskin by age three. (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • In other cases, attempts to force the foreskin to retract before it is naturally ready can lead to the development of phimosis. (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • Phimosis refers to a tightening of the foreskin which prevents, or limits the ability to retract over the glans. (phimocure.net)
  • True" phimosis, in which a male past puberty has a foreskin which does not retract, can be the result of several things. (tlctugger.com)
  • In some cases a cause may not be clear, or it may be difficult to distinguish physiological phimosis from pathological phimosis if an infant appears to have discomfort while urinating or demonstrates obvious ballooning of the foreskin. (wikipedia.org)
  • Pathological phimosis (as opposed to the natural non-retractability of the foreskin in childhood) is rare and the causes are varied. (wikipedia.org)
  • Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus (thought to be the same condition as balanitis xerotica obliterans) is regarded as a common (or even the main) cause of pathological phimosis. (wikipedia.org)
  • This differs from pathological phimosis wherein gentle traction leads to formation of a cone-shaped structure with the distal narrow part being white and fibrotic. (hindawi.com)
  • One study found that phimosis occurs in 2.9% of circumcision patients[21] - a figure that easily exceeds the incidence of pathological phimosis in intact males. (doctorsopposingcircumcision.org)
  • To avoid confusion of the terms, 'physiological phimosis' and 'pathological phimosis' should be used. (hkmj.org)
  • Triamcinolone is a highly effective and safe short-term treatment for persistent physiological or pathological phimosis. (drug-shop.bid)
  • In other words, premature retraction may cause pathological phimosis. (drug-shop.bid)
  • You already know what's the first thing to try in order to fix your physiological phimosis, and that most causes of pathological phimosis are reversible when adequately treated. (tightforeskin.org)
  • Phimosis may occur after other types of chronic inflammation (such as balanoposthitis), repeated catheterization, or forcible foreskin retraction. (wikipedia.org)
  • In cases of severe or repeated balanitis or balanoposthitis, doctors may recommend treating the phimosis itself. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • The rate of circumcision associated with phimosis was eight times that associated with balanoposthitis and 21 times that of balanitis xerotica obliterans. (mja.com.au)
  • Another unpleasant complication of phimosis, if left untreated, is balanoposthitis. (velaiat.com)
  • Most uncircumcised babies and toddlers will have phimosis, meaning the foreskin cannot be retracted. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • This is physiological phimosis. (hindawi.com)
  • Heredity - the body does not produce a sufficient amount of an elastic component, and by the time of puberty, physiological or congenital phimosis does not pass on its own, the development of the disease continues. (velaiat.com)
  • Usually, phimosis occurs in the majority of boys under the age of 2-3 years - a physiological phimosis.However, there is no consensus, the age at which ceases to be a physiological phimosis, the age at which it is advisable to operate, etc.Do not forget that the physiological phimosis can lead all to the same complications as normal phimosis. (ewhows.com)
  • It is called physiological phimosis and does not pose any threat to the health of the child. (healthysmed.com)
  • Available at: http://urology.ucsf.edu/patient-care/children/phimosis. (winchesterhospital.org)
  • SOURCES OF INFORMATION This paper is based on selected findings from a MEDLINE search for literature on phimosis and circumcision referrals and on our experience at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Urology Clinic. (cfp.ca)
  • Most phimosis referrals seen in pediatric urology clinics are normal physiologically phimotic foreskins. (cfp.ca)
  • Referrals of patients with physiologic phimosis to urology clinics can create anxiety about the need for surgery among patients and parents, while unnecessarily expanding the waiting list for specialty assessment. (cfp.ca)
  • This article is based on selected findings from a MEDLINE search for literature on phimosis and circumcision referrals and on our experience at the Urology Clinic at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario. (cfp.ca)
  • THURSDAY, June 16, 2016 (HealthDay News) - Men with phimosis have increased prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV) and high-risk HPV genotypes compared with asymptomatic men, according to a study published in the June issue of The Journal of Urology . (physiciansweekly.com)
  • Urology: Phimosis in children. (bookinghealth.com)
  • Physicians still have the trouble to distinguish between these two types of phimosis. (hindawi.com)
  • It is important to distinguish between these two types of phimosis because their treatment varies widely. (hindawi.com)
  • Topical steroids have been advocated as an effective alternative treatment to circumcision in boys with phimosis. (springer.com)
  • 2005) High incidence of balanitis xerotica obliterans in boys with phimosis Prospective 10-year study. (scirp.org)
  • Boys with phimosis may have penile and foreskin infection and possibly urinary tract infections . (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • Boys with phimosis may be prescribed a steroid cream. (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • What topical steroid cream to use for phimosis treatment? (yahoo.com)
  • What are the risks/benefits from topical steroid cream for phimosis? (healthtap.com)
  • For repeated phimosis, application of a steroid cream to the foreskin up to 3 times a day for about a month will loosen the adhesive ring. (columbiaurology.org)
  • Since BXO may be a precursor to squamous cell carcinoma (a cancer of the skin and internal linings),[12] this may in part explain the observed association of penile cancer with a history of phimosis. (doctorsopposingcircumcision.org)
  • They may have an even greater risk of developing penile cancer than men with phimosis alone. (cancer.ca)
  • Circumcision prevents phimosis, which is also linked to penile cancer. (cancer.ca)
  • The most common reason of penile phimosis among adults is chronic inflammation due to poor hygiene. (cosmeticdermamedicine.gr)
  • Penile phimosis may also occur due to other types of inflammations, or when the skin is violently moved downwards. (cosmeticdermamedicine.gr)
  • Penile phimosis is a particularly irritating situation, that can cause infections and development of malignant lesions on the glans. (cosmeticdermamedicine.gr)
  • It is possible that penile phimosis shortens the duration of erection and premature ejaculation. (cosmeticdermamedicine.gr)
  • Phimosis has been thought to lead to penile cancer as well as urinary tract infections. (bangaloregenesishospital.com)
  • Penile cancer is a rare condition and its incidence was linked to lack of circumcision and hygiene, phimosis , HPV infection, and tobacco use [144-147]. (freethesaurus.com)
  • [5] Occasionally, phimosis may be caused by an underlying condition such as scarring due to balanitis or balanitis xerotica obliterans . (wikipedia.org)
  • Phimosis can also be the result of a rare condition called balanitis xerotica obliterans (BXO) , in which disease processes harden the tissue of the foreskin outlet. (doctorsopposingcircumcision.org)
  • 1 , 2 Phimosis is often secondary to recurrent infections or inflammatory scleroses, such as balanitis xerotica obliterans (see Box 1 ), where it may be accompanied by white scarring and induration. (mja.com.au)
  • Nine patients needed a second surgery because of recurrent phimosis. (medscape.com)
  • Three operated patients suffered from paraphimoses, while five patients that were treated with the present technique presented recurrent phimosis after partial circumcision (three) and classic sutured prepuceplasty (two). (pubmedcentralcanada.ca)
  • Recurrent infection and irritations (condom catheters) can lead to phimosis. (unboundmedicine.com)
  • Recurrent balanitis, either chemical or infectious, can lead to an acquired phimosis. (unboundmedicine.com)
  • Urine retention in the preputial cavity subsequent to phimosis producing further mucosal inflammation and cicatrisation. (vetstream.com)
  • This method of treatment of phimosis is prolonged regular use of corticosteroid ointments for the treatment of the glans and foreskin.In this case there is a slight increase in skin elasticity, whereby foreskin capable stretch, thereby reducing the extent of the disease.Glucocorticoids help to reduce inflammation and swelling, promotes healing of microcracks. (ewhows.com)
  • Mainly, curing foreskin inflammation can cure phimosis with Homeopathic Medicine. (homeoresearch.com)
  • what are the main symptoms of phimosis and what are the best treatments excluding circumcision? (healthtap.com)
  • If you want to visit a doctor in a timely manner and do not want to start the disease, you need to know the main symptoms of phimosis. (velaiat.com)
  • True phimosis - that is, not just non-retractability - may rarely be a primary and congenital anomaly, but is much more commonly secondary to repeated attacks of infection that cause scarring and narrowing of the preputial ring. (healthcentral.com)
  • Parents should be educated about the normalcy of congenital phimosis and the time course of its resolution. (medscape.com)
  • Jared Dear Jared, Phimosis is a normal congenital condition which only persists in about 3% of men over 18 years of age. (adult-male-circumcision.com)
  • Phimosis can occasionally be caused by a condition called frenulum breve in which the frenulum (the web of tissue connecting the foreskin to the underside of the glans) is too short to allow retraction. (doctorsopposingcircumcision.org)
  • This site discusses phimosis in its specific forms of phimotic ring, frenulum breve, adhesions or skinbridges. (male-initiation.net)
  • To investigate the incidence rate of circumcision for phimosis and other medically indicated reasons in Western Australian boys from 1 January 1981 to 31 December 1999. (mja.com.au)
  • In another study out of Western Australia , the incidence rate of circumcision for phimosis was seven times the expected rate of true phimosis. (foregen.org)
  • Oster, J. (1968) Further fate of the foreskin Incidence of preputial adhesions, phimosis and smegma among Danish schoolboys. (scirp.org)
  • Larissa A. Afonso, Ph.D., from the Universidade Federal Fluminense in Rio de Janeiro, and colleagues examined the incidence of HPV infection in 110 asymptomatic men and 30 patients who underwent circumcision due to phimosis. (physiciansweekly.com)
  • The presence of acquired phimosis may be an aggravating factor in the incidence of LS. (springer.com)
  • The diagnosis LS must be based on biopsy for acquired phimosis because clinical findings underestimated the incidence of LS. (springer.com)
  • Incidence of preputial adhesions, phimosis, and smegma among Danish schoolboys. (bmj.com)
  • Our study shows that topical steroids represent a good alternative to surgery in case of phimosis. (springer.com)
  • We evaluated the effectiveness of topical steroid therapy compared to a placebo neutral cream in 240 patients with phimosis. (springer.com)
  • A prospective study was carried out over a 24-months period, on an out-patient basis on two groups of patients with phimosis. (springer.com)
  • The researchers found that 46.66 percent of patients with phimosis had HPV, of whom 50 percent had high-risk HPV genotypes. (physiciansweekly.com)
  • Patients with phimosis had significantly higher prevalence of high-risk HPV genotypes (P = 0.004). (physiciansweekly.com)
  • The highly skilled, well-trained urologists at Marina Del Rey Hospital evaluate patients with phimosis and advise an individualized treatment plan. (marinahospital.com)
  • Forceful retraction of the foreskin leads to microtears at the preputial orifice that also leads to scarring and phimosis. (medscape.com)
  • Retraction of the foreskin forcefully can lead to microtears that can cause scarring and phimosis. (marinahospital.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis occurs naturally in newborn males. (medscape.com)
  • The major disadvantage with this method occurs when some stretching has been achieved or if the phimosis was mild to begin with. (yahoo.com)
  • In some cases this condition occurs all of a sudden in which case the circumcision type of phimosis treatment is required straight away. (medical-wiki.com)
  • In some cases, phimosis occurs when the normal loosening of the foreskin that happens over time simply does not take place. (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis: Children are born with tight foreskin at birth and separation occurs naturally over time. (diseasesdic.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis is the normal condition in which children are born with a tight foreskin and separation occurs during late childhood and early adolescence. (vaccinehealthcenter.com)
  • These adhesions spontaneously dissolve with intermittent foreskin retraction and erections, so that as males grow, physiologic phimosis resolves with age. (medscape.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis is the natural tightness and adhesion of the foreskin at birth, which, as discussed above, usually resolves itself by adulthood. (foregen.org)
  • What about physiologic phimosis that never resolves itself? (foregen.org)
  • This adhesion eventually dissolves as erections happen and physiologic phimosis resolves as age advances. (marinahospital.com)
  • Phimosis is normal for the uncircumcised infant/child and usually resolves around 5-7 years of age, however the child may be older. (diseasesdic.com)
  • Thereby the problem of phimosis resolves itself. (homeoresearch.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis is present at birth and resolves without intervention. (vaccinehealthcenter.com)
  • Phimosis can have symptoms include the inflation or bulging of the foreskin during urination. (antoinekhourymd.com)
  • Difficulty in urination is the most commonly cited indicator of phimosis in infants and young children. (wordpress.com)
  • Physiologic phimosis, common in males 10 years of age and younger, is normal, and does not require intervention. (wikipedia.org)
  • Phimosis only affects uncircumcised males and is more common in boys than men. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • Up to 10% of males will have physiologic phimosis at 3 years of age, and a larger percentage of children will have only partially retractible foreskins. (medscape.com)
  • When we read statistical data, showing the number of adult males suffering from phimosis, they show that it is relatively uncommon, affecting 2-5% of adult males worldwide. (foreskinstretching.com)
  • I can say with absolute certainty that the data is inaccurate, as the majority of males with phimosis, will refuse to seek medical assistance, either as a result of embarrassment, fear of the probability of surgery, or just plain apathy, and therefore we have to assume that a significant number of adult males are suffering with phimosis and are not counted within the statistical data. (foreskinstretching.com)
  • In adults, risk factors for phimosis include sexually transmitted infections . (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • In older boys and adults, phimosis can be caused by an injury to the foreskin - often due to the foreskin being forcibly retracted before it's ready - or by a bacterial infection of the foreskin or glans. (akronchildrens.org)
  • Betamethasone cream has be used very effectively for treatment of phimosis in children and adults. (healthtap.com)
  • The small percentage of adults who have a persistently non-retractable foreskin have a slightly increased chance of developing phimosis (see below). (netdoctor.co.uk)
  • Phimosis treatment in Bangalore at Genesis Hospital provides for the best possible options to circumcise male adults as well as male children. (bangaloregenesishospital.com)
  • Phimosis in adults: treatment. (ewhows.com)
  • Phimosis in adolescents and even in adults is much more common than one might think. (tightforeskin.org)
  • However, some people develop phimosis when they are adults. (mens-health.sg)
  • Rickwood, as well as other authors, has suggested that true phimosis is over-diagnosed due to failure to distinguish between normal developmental non-retractability and a pathological condition. (wikipedia.org)
  • Additionally, I will outline what is true phimosis, its proper treatment, and why our doctors are so confused. (drmomma.org)
  • Does anyone know of any ways to cure phimosis without using equipment or medication? (yahoo.com)
  • what measures can be taken to permanently resolve phimosis in an adult, aside from circumcision? (healthtap.com)
  • Historically, circumcision was considered to be the only way to resolve phimosis, but as modern technology has progressed, we have developed a far superior, and less invasive method to resolve the issue, without needing to resort to surgery. (phimocure.net)
  • Phimosis will occur in less than 1 percent of teenagers between 16 and 18. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • Treatment options for phimosis depend on the symptoms that occur. (medicalnewstoday.com)
  • Although phimosis is commonly asymptomatic, it may give rise to problems when symptoms occur. (marinahospital.com)
  • Phimosis can also occur if the foreskin is forced back before it is ready. (columbiaurology.org)
  • Microtraumas occur when trying to independently get rid of phimosis, stretching the foreskin with excessive force. (velaiat.com)
  • However, secondary phimosis due to excessive burning of the skin may occur when the device is used at high temperatures by inexperienced persons. (freethesaurus.com)
  • Phimosis is a condition which can occur in men at any age. (erectiledysfunctionclinic.co.uk)
  • In women, a comparable condition is known as "clitoral phimosis", whereby the clitoral hood cannot be retracted, limiting exposure of the glans clitoridis . (wikipedia.org)
  • Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin cannot be retracted over the glans. (bmj.com)
  • Learn about phimosis, a condition where the foreskin cannot be retracted. (your-cellulite-solution.com)
  • 8,9] In the absence of tissue changes indicating a disease process, a diagnosis of "phimosis" in a pathological sense is inappropriate for most children and adolescents. (doctorsopposingcircumcision.org)
  • In many cultures, a diagnosis of phimosis has traditionally meant the removal of the foreskin (circumcision) as a permanent cure. (foregen.org)
  • The diagnosis of phimosis is primarily made on the basis of medical history and physical examination alone and does not require laboratory tests or imaging tests if there are no signs of urinary tract infection. (marinahospital.com)
  • In this article, I will give an overview of the development of the intact male and explain why the diagnosis of phimosis in children and teens is entirely phony. (drmomma.org)
  • This makes a diagnosis of phimosis extremely problematic, especially in younger children. (wordpress.com)
  • In fact, in 2003, an Australian study provided clear evidence that nearly all of the circumcisions being performed upon minors as a consequence of a diagnosis of phimosis were unnecessary. (wordpress.com)
  • After concerns were raised in the UK that normal preputial adhesions were being misdiagnosed as phimosis, particularly in children, and were leading to unnecessary circumcisions, 8 the rate of circumcisions performed for medically indicated reasons declined, most notably in boys less than five years of age. (mja.com.au)
  • Severe phimosis may cause pain on voiding, urinary retention, urinary tract infections, localised skin infections, and calculi, and later in life may be associated with sexual dysfunction and squamous-cell carcinoma. (mja.com.au)
  • Novoglan is a trusted two week natural phimosis treatment to stretch a tight foreskin. (novoglan.com)
  • Phimosis is typically defined as a tightness or constriction of the foreskin, preventing retraction over the glans. (foregen.org)
  • How effective is betamethasone creams for phimosis? (healthtap.com)
  • Topical steroid creams such as Betamethasone 0.05% are prescribed to treat symptoms of phimosis. (marinahospital.com)
  • Dr. Reed, Have been battling with phimosis for nearly all my adult life and have tried steroid creams, antibiotic creams, sexual abstinence, you name it, and does occasionally get somewhat better but at this point I am a believer that I will need an adult circumcision. (adult-male-circumcision.com)
  • Tight foreskin (phimosis). (winchesterhospital.org)
  • Many men suffer in silence due to the discomfort and pain associated with a tight foreskin (phimosis). (novoglan.com)
  • Novoglan is a CE certified, patented and regulated medical device (Medical Device Registration # ARTG168962) and is indicated for use to treat a tight foreskin (phimosis) at home or in a clinic. (novoglan.com)