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Old 03-29-2009, 09:17 AM   #1
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Question is it safe to go for circumcision at the age of 45?

is it safe to go circumcision at the age of 45 . or any weekness problem will arise at the time of sextual intercourse is there any disadvantages while making sex or is there any staminaloss .please give imediatelly needfull replt

 
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Re: is it safe to go for circumcision at the age of 45?

A circumcision at 45 has no more or less risk than a circumcision in infancy.
Unless you have frostbite or gangrene, a circumcision is not necessary.
There is a sticky at the top, called stretching a tight foreskin, which can help a great deal.

 
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Re: is it safe to go for circumcision at the age of 45?

I read, and have heard that circumcision are more risky at older ages than in child hood. It's not incouraged unless it's absolutely necessary to have one.

 
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Re: is it safe to go for circumcision at the age of 45?

Age has nothing to do with it. I was over 60 and had no problems at all.
Stretching does not always work. I stretched and the foreskin tore and each time it healed it became fibrous Just tell them to remove the tip. Don't let them take all of it off. You will lose too many nerve endings. Good luck

 
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Re: is it safe to go for circumcision at the age of 45?

Then what about intercourse .Is it make any difference, if it is what sort of difference it will be? Please give your personal experiance if possible?

 
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Re: is it safe to go for circumcision at the age of 45?

When the two most erogenous parts of your penis are removed, what would you imagine intercourse feels like? If you took most of the skin off of your hand, would you expect it to make a difference in hand sensation?
Circumcision removes the only moving part of the penis. It makes moist mucous membrane, like the inside of the mouth or vagina, and turns it into something more like the skin on your arm.
What is the nature of the problem? Do you simply want to be circumcised, or is there a malfunction of your foreskin? Do you have scarring of the foreskin? Tightness? A curable yeast infection? Did you read the sticky at the top of Men's Health, about stretching a tight foreskin?

 
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Re: is it safe to go for circumcision at the age of 45?

A Korean study showed that over half a group of men circumcised as adults were dissatisfied with sex and masturbation afterwards and a significant number had trouble achieving orgasm.
Adult males lose 15 square inches (40 square centimetres) of skin in circumcision, over half the skin of your penis. You lose the gliding action as it slides on itself during masturbation and sex. You will suffer bruising, perhaps some bleeding, and the swelling from the disruption to the lymph system goes on for up to six months. Removing the foreskin turns the surface of the glans from an inner mucosal membrane to outside skin. Newly circumcised adults usually go through some weeks of intense discomfort as the glans is constantly exposed to rubbing on clothing, until it develops a thicker keratin layer and becomes less sensitive. You must abstain from ALL sexual activity for an average of six weeks. Some men like the final result but others complain of loss of sensation and miss being able to slide their foreskin over the glans. Circumcised guys often have little or no movable skin left and are forced to masturbate using lube or rubbing dry, without the loose skin.
Be very sure before you get this done. There is no going back.
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Re: is it safe to go for circumcision at the age of 45?

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When the two most erogenous parts of your penis are removed, what would you imagine intercourse feels like? If you took most of the skin off of your hand, would you expect it to make a difference in hand sensation?
Circumcision removes the only moving part of the penis. It makes moist mucous membrane, like the inside of the mouth or vagina, and turns it into something more like the skin on your arm.
What is the nature of the problem? Do you simply want to be circumcised, or is there a malfunction of your foreskin? Do you have scarring of the foreskin? Tightness? A curable yeast infection? Did you read the sticky at the top of Men's Health, about stretching a tight foreskin?
I second Tommy. Why do you want to have it in the first place? I don't think I would, but anyway you must talk to your doctor to see if there are safer alternatives.

 
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