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If they don't wash: Uncircumcised men who retract their foreskin ; wash their penis ; remove any smegma every day are just as sanitary as circumcised men. Men with a tight foreskin which can not be retracted, or men who do not clean their penis on a daily basis are more unsanitary than circumcised men. ...Read more
Unrelated: Most men are circumcised as infants and absence of foreskin is normal for them. Men who have phimosis (tight foreskin) are uncomfortable until the foreskin is removed, they are obviously then more comfortable and happier once they are circumcised. Men who have had a poorly performed circumcision, where too much penile skin was removed, are less happy than they would have been left uncircumcised. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. It may be more hygienic.Get a more detailed answer ›
Assuming the high risk to female sexual partners of uncircumcised men should men not always wear a condom?
Here are some ...: There is no practical /clinical necessity for uncircumcised men to always wear condom for sex as long as keeping up good topical hygiene with no eruptions or rashes. But, still remember all GU-, GI-, and respiratory tract harbor their pertinent resistant bacteria to coexist with their hosts - our bodies. So, keep up healthy lifestyle without overindulgence / obsession as foundation of healthcare.. ...Read more
Hard to answer: Some studies have shown that 50% of uncircumcised men will seek medical attention secondary to problem with their foreskin. Recent studies have shown a decreased risk of sexual transmitted disease in circumcised men, albeit a small decrease and is more important to a population then the individual. Critics of routine circumcision claim this causes reduced sensation during sexual intercourse. ...Read more
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