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How To Get Circumcised Without
Short or long term?: Assume this was your circumcision. Minimize activity until pain & swelling settle down. Take pain medication which will need 2B stronger than Tylenol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen. Wear supportive jockey or boxer-brief underpants, padded if necessary.. Might need sedative/anti-anxiety medication like Ativan at night to reduce anxiety & propensity for erections. Avoid erotic situations. Give it couple of weeks. ...Read more
Suggest following: I assume this was your circumcision. Minimize activity until pain & swelling settle down. Take pain medication which will need 2B stronger than Tylenol (acetaminophen) or ibuprofen. Wear supportive jockey or boxer-brief underpants, padded if necessary.. Might need sedative/anti-anxiety medication like Ativan at night to reduce anxiety & propensity for erections. Avoid erotic situations. Give it couple of weeks. ...Read more
STD in teens: In almost all states in the US (including Washington, your state) laws permit doctors and clinics to evaluate and treat young people (over age 12-14) for STDs, including herpes, without their parents' knowledge or consent. Clinics are available that will cost little or nothing, even if you have no insurance. Contact your local health department or Planned Parenthood. ...Read more
Circumcision is best: As it is a permanent cure. Alternatives are prescription strength steroid cream like beamethasone or kenalog, (triamcinolone) applied twice daily to the stretched tight phimotic area twice daily for 2 - 3 months. By no means always successful/ or prepucioplsty/dorsal slit/swedish procedure whereby tight foreskin on top of penis is cut vertically & sutured transversely. This both loosens & preserves foreskin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It won't: If you truly have a urinary tract infection, it is not going to get better on its own. The infection will continue to fester, then spread up to your kidneys. It can get into your blood and kill you, or you can lose your kidney function and end up on a kidney transplant list. Go to an urgent care or your doc and get a prescription for an antibiotic - much cheaper than a funeral or transplant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No set timing for...: There has been no set of rule in the timing of vaginal penetration to help women reach orgasm, which can be reached in as short as 1-3 minutes or as long as 10 to 30 minutes or longer or never. How to master the art of intercourse to capture much desirable pleasure? That requires applying the spirit & effort in playing duet piano for bravo. More? Seek counseling and I may and can help. ...Read more
Warts without doctor: Warts are caused by a virus. The reason that everyone doesn't have warts is that their immune system recognizes the warts as abnormal and destroys them. The immune system in people who have warts does not recognize the wart as abnormal and does not destroy it. It is possible through hypnosis or suggestion to direct your immune system to destroy the warts. This has been proven experimentally and. ...Read more
County, private pay: There are many private counselors out there work specifically on cash basis alone. If finances are a concern, you can find a county clinic or try to locate a fqhc (federally qualified health center), which can plug you into counseling services, and you pay on sliding scale. Good luck! ...Read more
Sexually.: Transmission of syphilis occurs via direct contact with an infected lesion during sex. Syphilis can also be spread by kissing or touching a person who has active lesions on the lips, mouth, breasts, or genitals. It is treated with antibiotics, specifically benzathine penicillin g as an injection. Penicillin-allergic patients can use doxycycline. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How get kegals very strong. Doing for sexual reason. I want to squeeze and not be able to let penis come out. That's how strong, how long will take?
Outside of Medicine: This question is not a medical question and is probably outside of the bounds of this simple site. But, i often recommend that patients interested in sexual instruction get a good sex manual to answer all of their common questions about sex. The common one i know is called: "the joy of sex". Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: Presumably you mean how to retract your foreskin rather than how to restore your foreskin ( it can not be returned to you, even with a valid receipt). A tight foreskin is known as phimosis and can be treated with good hygiene, topical steroids like low dose Hydrocortisone cream, and time. If that is not successful, consider a circumcision, which is sort of where this answer started anyhow. ...Read more
Candida: Most everyone has candida in their body and when its growth is not controlled by normal bacterial flora, it can cause a problem. A good example is a vaginal yeast infection that follows oral antibiotic use. Step one for yeast control in the gut is to try probiotics. There are numerous types available otc. ...Read more
Water & cranberry.: Sometimes it's possible to clear an early mild bladder infection by drinking a lot of water and taking cranberry extract. But if the symptoms get worse or not better within 24 hours, seeking help to get a prescription is important to prevent complications like a kidney infection. ...Read more
No: A person without foreskin cannot get phimosis. Phimosis is the inability to retract foreskin and it is not relevant if one does not have a foreskin. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Possible, but why: Fairly major surgery. Involves circumferential incision around penis low enough to form inner foreskin, or even lower to provide both inner & outer foreskin, which is pulled up & leaves area of denuded penile shaft. This is covered by a skin graft taken from hiarless inner upper arm or thigh skin. Post-operatively 'new' foreskin becomes edematous until new lymph channels develop (if ever). Think! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are: Many opinions, some religious constraints and some health data. In the final analysis, each individual, or their parents if they're an infant, have to make their own decision about which is best for them. ...Read more
Yes or no: American acedemy of pediatrics recently changed their recommendation in favor of routine circumcision for boys. Consider the following: penile cancer requires combination of foreskin + poor hygiene. Utis in boys are uncommon + tend to occur only in 1st 6months of life in uncirc'd boys. Boys with urinary tract blockage, developmental delay + sons of circ'd fathers may benefit. Sex better ?Yes ?No. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It is most common for boys to get circumcised just after birth. However, some men decide after they become an adult to get circumcised for a variety of reasons. For example, if their foreskin gets tight (phimosis), or they get repeated infections under their foreskin (balanitis, or balanoposthitis). Sometimes they just decide they want to be circumcised. ...Read more
Depends: I'im assuming you're male even though the tag is "denise", females do not get circumcisions generally speaking, certainly not in this country. That said, the question is why, and what is the goal? If you're genuinely considered about health or cosmetic appearance, then you can consult a urologist. There is more healing time than as a baby, but it's possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Various reasons: Circumcisions are performed for religious reasons or because many think it more hygienic. It is if you don't wash. Others have it done to prevent future problems with tight foreskins (phimosis) others have it done after episodes of balanitis (inflammation of penile glans), esthetics, premature ejaculations. Also prevents penile cancer in unclean men & reduces risk of hiv/aids in african studies. ...Read more
Any medical center: Anyone can be circumcised, at any age. When males are beyond infancy, the procedure is a bit more complicated so it requires general anesthesia and is usually a same-day or overnight procedure in the hospital. Look up "urology" in your area and make an appointment with a urologist to get you going towards your goal. ...Read more
Plastic surgery: There is a complex surgical procedure which can reverse circumcision. Operation consists of cutting shaft skin circumferentially at mid shaft, pulling skin distal to incision over the glans and folding it back onself to create a foreskinn. There is now an area of denuded penis which is covered with a skin graft. Some men who feel impotent from circumcision are helped by this expensive procedure. ...Read more
No: I am aware of men in their golden years who decide to get it done for hygiene issues. It is a more involved procedure in adults than newborns but something a local urologist can explain and do for you. ...Read more
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