Circumcision Prevent Penile Cancer

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Circumcision could actually be useful to prevent penile cancer. Indeed many of the benefits of circumcision, especially for health. Circumcision is the act of cutting or removing part or all of the front cover of the penile skin. Frenulum of the penis can also be cut simultaneously in a procedure called frenektomi.

Many study about benefits of circumcision. In addition to preventing the risk of disease transmission, circumcision was also able to prevent penile cancer. As written menshealth.com, researchers from the University of Sydney, Brian Morris, said the risk of penile cancer in men who are not circumcised is one in a thousand. “Penile cancer often found in countries that rare male population circumcised,” said Morris, recently.

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According to Morris, the skin is tight in the front (not circumcised), making the male genitalia is difficult to clean. “If you accumulate, the dirt on the parts that would trigger the inflammation will be one of the factors triggering penile cancer,” he said.

No circumcision can also cause infection of human pappoloma virus (HPV), a type of virus that is transmitted through unprotected sex. Could be trigger uterine cancer for women. That is why Morris called for male circumcision is better.

If there are reluctant to be circumcised, Morris suggests, it’s good always maintain the cleanliness of the penis. In the bath, may be the perfect moment to clean the penis, especially in the skin closed. So, for those of you who do not want to bother cleaning it, so circumcision is the best and highly recommended for health.

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