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Benefits Of Circumcision
In the 28 countries : In the middle east and africa where it is actively practiced it is seen by many as important. It increases social status, makes a female marriageable, ensures virginity & fidelity & removes what is often viewed as filthy & ugly - female genitalia. It is also practices in a number of other countries. There are absolutely no medical benefits to female circumcision - it can lead to death, recurrent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say...: Circumcision is unnecessary if good hygiene is done. Babies are born complete, finished, and perfectly fine (except for the few unlucky ones with birth defects). Circumcisions are done for religious and cultural reasons, but the procedure does permanently change the genitals, so parents should think about it and talk about it before doing anything to their perfect little newborn. ...Read more
Phimosis: Adult circumcision is typically done for phimosis(tight foreskin) . The problems with phimosis that should make one consider circumcision are painful erection/intercourse, recurring infection, severe cracking and bleeding of the tight foreskin and the inability to adequately keep the penis clean and hygienic. ...Read more
That's a question-: -that can't really B answered. U do not give us the situation . If gangrenous, severely injured with compromise of circulation, a diabetic with small vessel disease. They're beneficial if there is no other way 2 save the extremity. This applies 2 arms, legs & digits. It is a hard decision @ times 4 both patients & surgeons 2 make. ...Read more
Not needed if...: Circumcision is unnecessary if good hygiene is done. Babies are born complete, finished, and perfectly fine (except for the few unlucky ones with birth defects). Circumcisions are done for religious and cultural reasons, but the procedure does permanently change the genitals, so parents should think about it and talk about it before doing anything to their perfect little newborn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on phimosis: There are no health benefits from circumcision if foreskin retracts easily and subject keeps his penis clean. There are reports from Africa that it reduces risk of HIV by 50%. However, if there are considerable benefits if foreskin is too tight to retract easily (phimosis) as subject will now be able to remove smegma with ease, keep penis nice & sex will be much pleasanter. ...Read more
Here are some...: Yohimbine has been marketed to enhance erection by blocking adrenergic receptors, but is illegal in the United States since its degree of effectiveness failed to reach clinical standard for approval besides its significant adverse side effects to cause low BP at high dose and high BP at lower dose. ...Read more
Prevent desease: some of the desease s in the past were so severe it gave a lot of mortality and morbidity measles-gave encephalitis polio gave paralysis tetanus and pertusiss gave issues with bad and prolonged illnesses vaccines succeeded in preventing thenso you don't see these deseases. s ...Read more
It depends: There are no consequences of circumcision, as it is not something faulty that one does. If it's not done correctly, there may be some damage to the underlying penile structures, bleeding, excessive skin removal, etc. If it's done correctly, however, there should be no consequences. The only thing that I am aware of is those men who have had circumcision, may experience less sexual enhancement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MANY DISADVANTAGES: No health benefits, only harm fgm has no health benefits, and it harms girls and women in many ways. It involves removing and damaging healthy and normal female genital tissue, and interferes with the natural functions of girls' and women's bodies. Immediate complications can include severe pain, shock, haemorrhage (bleeding), tetanus or sepsis (bacterial infection), urine retention, open sores. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are two main: types of ginseng: Asian and American. Many health effects are reported; few have been substantiated scientifically. There is some evidence suggesting American ginseng might boost the immune system: fewer colds. Also, that blood sugar may be lowered. Ginseng MAY improve concentration and learning, but most studies combined with gingko. Help for mood, cancer, heart, ED theorized but not proven. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some..: First, one always has to consider it you need it after circumcision after balancing medical necessity & professional possibilities. Risks may be frustration with deep mental and severe physical suffering with imperfect success at most. The answer to this Q could not be delivered in a 400-letter space. Hence, please take time to review article in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreskin_restoration. ...Read more
Research on the effectiveness of aromatherapy — the therapeutic use of essential oils extracted from plants — is limited: However, some studies have shown that aromatherapy might have health benefits, including: Relief from anxiety and depression, Improved quality of life, particularly for people with chronic health conditions. Smaller studies suggest that aromatherapy with lavender oil may help: Make needle sticks less painful for people receiving dialysis, Improve sleep for people who are hospitalized, Reduce pain for children undergoing tonsillectomy. Essential oils used in aromatherapy are typically extracted from various parts of plants and then distilled. The highly concentrated oils may be inhaled directly or indirectly or applied to the skin through massage, lotions or bath salts. Aromatherapy is thought to work by stimulating smell receptors in the nose, which then send messages through the nervous system to the limbic system — the part of the brain that controls emotions. Many essential oils have been shown to be safe when used as directed. However, essential oils used in aromatherapy aren't regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. When oils are applied to the skin, side effects may include allergic reactions, skin irritation and sun sensitivity. In addition, further research is needed to determine how essential oils might affect children and how the oils might affect women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, as well as how the oils might interact with medications and other treatments. If you're considering aromatherapy, consult your doctor and a trained aromatherapist about the possible risks and benefits. Acupuncture for back pain?, Candida cleanse diet. ...Read more
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