So by doing research I see piano adhesions are very common.. If I would of known all this could happen by getting my son circumcised I probably would of never got it done just because daddy wanted it to look like his..my son got circumcised when he was 3 weeks old and after I was never told to pull skin back or anything till resently I did on my own.. Come to find out it didn't look normal so I took him to see his uralogist they painfully pulled back all his adhesions because they said that was the only thing I could do or do it myself at home which I could not...so now just 2 days later after the doc telling me to apply ointment 2 times a day for 3 days then stop putting ointment an just push back once before bed every night to make sure there is no adhesions... He already had one!!! After 2 days.. ;( I did get the steroid cream and was wondering if it really worked because it upsets my stomach having to do it myself
In a randomized controlled trial in South Africa, high-risk HPV in urethral swabs was 34% lower in the circumcised group at 21 months after surgery [Auvert et al., 2009d]. The authors state, moreover, that owing to the fact that some men would have already been infected with HPV before inclusion in the trial, the true effect of circumcision would have been higher than what they reported. Others have pointed out that HPV detection may have been less than optimal owing to sampling at the urethra rather than the glans, coronal sulcus or shaft, so under-estimating the efficacy of circumcision in relation to HPV prevalence [Auvert et al., 2009b; Gray et al., 2009c].
In one to two percent of males, the foreskin does not spontaneously become retractable. The swirling of the sterile urine under the foreskin usually keeps that area free of smegma buildup. 2 Nevertheless, a non-retractile foreskin is listed as a risk factor for penile cancer in the adult male, apparently because removal of HPV and tobacco carcinogens may not be fully accomplished. 12 Adult males who have a non-retractile foreskin (phimosis) should consider having their foreskin made retractable. See phimosis for options. Circumcision should be avoided because of pain, trauma, loss of erogenous tissue, and diminished erectile function. If desired, adult males with a non-retractile foreskin may irrigate and flush the sub-preputial cavity with a rubber bulb syringe. Some men healthily and happily live their entire lives with a non-retractile foreskin. 15