Balanitis xerotica obliterans (BXO) is uncommon in children. Diagnosis of the condition is almost always clinical and supported by histology.
Dear Dr Khan and team
It is now 3 1/2 months since I attended the thorn hill clinic for my circumcision.
Everything has completely healed and I am very pleased and completely satisfied with the outcome. As is my girlfriend/partner.
When I got home on the day of the operation I took paracetamol as a precaution as the anaesthetic wore off. but that was the only time, I didn’t need it again. I went back to work on the Monday 15th October 2018.
The bandages came off after 3 days, the swelling had almost pushed them off by that point any way. I used the fuicuden cream as instructed but there was no infection so the antibiotic prescription didn’t get used. Within 2 weeks the swelling had mostly gone down and by week 3 the stitches were gone.
I felt really looked after by you and your colleagues at the clinic, before, during and after the operation.
All in all a good experience (under the circumstance!!) I wish I had booked in with you for a circumcision years ago.
( Email received on 27-01-2019)
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Please call Dr. Khan if you are suffering from infection of foreskin or Balanitis
Information about the adult circumcision before and after the procedure.
Circumcision revisions performed due to unsatisfactory results with the original circumcision. Redo circumcision is an uncommon but sometimes necessary procedure.
A circumcision revision might be necessary for several reasons. The most common reason is that too much of the foreskin is left following a circumcision. This is called redundant foreskin. It can cause scar tissue to form and develops more fat in the area around the penis.
Circumcision revision may also be needed if the penis drops back into the fatty area surrounding it, seeming to “trap” it or hidden penis or buried penis
Another reason circumcision revision may be required is if something called a “penile skin bridge” develops. This is when the shaft of the penis becomes attached to the round band near the tip of the penis.
You should seek medical attention if you notice any of these problems with his penis. Urologists do not recommend waiting if a circumcision revision is needed. The problem will not resolve itself and may become worse
skin may loosen up over the time in later adulthood.
Stitch marking and tunnels were another reason for redo or revision of circumcision in adults.
Please contact to Dr. Khan directly to discuss about revision , redo or tight Circumcision in men.