The primary purpose behind circumcision is to prevent infection of the penis. The Mosaic law instructs Israel’s people to keep their penis clean, by cutting it off after it is done. Many cultures have their own beliefs and traditions about the necessity of circumcision. Some countries make it a legal requirement that all male children must be circumcised before they can marry. These laws are also religiously motivated, as many cultures believe that uncleanness in the final will result from the foreskin.
Despite its many positive effects, male circumcision has been criticized because of its impact on female sexual health. Circumcision may cause decreased sensation in the area, which can make intercourse more difficult for women, or even painful. Also, circumcised male partners are more likely to contract bacterial vaginosis, yeast infections and other sexually transmitted diseases. Some claim that female sexual partners don’t experience the same loss or higher frequency of infections as their male counterparts.
Understanding Dr. Bidair’s relationship with his patients is key to understanding the issues surrounding male sexual health concerns. His knowledge has allowed him to help people make informed decisions about their bodies. He says that he views circumcision as a medical procedure and not as a spiritual one. He provides techniques to manage the physical discomforts that penile cutting can cause. He is a medical doctor and has developed guidelines for parents, doctors and patients who are having the procedure.
Male circumcision, according to Dr. Bidair, is necessary for three main reasons. Those reasons are to decrease the spread of sexually transmitted diseases, prevent the spread of hemorrhagic diseases, and lessen discomfort and pain caused by infections. These procedures also aim to increase the sensation of the penis, making erections more comfortable and firm. In recent years, some medical professionals have begun to question whether masturbation disorders could be caused by infections from penis.
Male circumcision is performed to lower the risk of sexually transmitted infections such as genital herpes, genital warts, and genital herpes. Though it is not known precisely why genital warts have increased in recent years, experts have speculated that increased exposure to the human papillomavirus (HPV), in combination with decreased immunity to the disease, may have played a part. Since HPV may be responsible for the formation of genital warts, reducing the risk of contracting this sexually transmitted infections should be one of the motivations for boys and men to undergo this procedure. Female sexual dysfunction can be prevented by male circumcision.
Male circumcision has other benefits than its ability to transmit sexually transmitted disorders. It also has a positive effect on adult male sexual well-being. Although the practice of adult male masturbation has been associated with an increased risk of contracting HIV for centuries, other studies have shown that this association is statistically insignificant. Other studies have found that the act of masturbation does not lead to increased rates of unsafe sex or multiple partners. While adult male masturbation has been condemned in many cultures, the United States has no laws against masturbation between individuals.
Although there are no laws against adult male masturbation in the United States, there are many factors that make adult male circumcision a positive decision. Circumcision removes the foreskin, making it easier to trim. Trimming the foreskin makes it easier to trim, and also increases blood flow to penis. This is believed to enhance orgasmic pleasure. Both partners will find sex more enjoyable if the erogenous zone around the penis’ head is removed.
Perhaps the most compelling reason to have your child circumcised, is the impact it has on their ability and enjoyment of sex. The penis attaches to the foreskin so more friction is required to stimulate it during intercourse. This will make intercourse less enjoyable and can even cause painful erections. By removing the foreskin, both partners will be able to increase their stimulation to a level that will lead to a better sexual experience for everyone. Contact your doctor today if you have any questions about your baby’s penis or whether he should be circumcised.