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#21 ibirp

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 12:12 PM

OK dapat kung meron. kasi dati tutuksuhin ka pag d kpa tule...

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Posted 05 March 2008 - 02:46 AM

individual preference.
Personally I would have it done at a later age, at least your son can cummunicate any problems

i agree...in my opinion its always accepted to get circumcised at a latter age than in the young..well at least complications are easily noticeable...i havent heard a case though<in my experience> that any untoward incident happened during and after infantile circumcision at least practiced properly..

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 11:53 AM

Dapat magpatuli talaga kasi nga kukupalin, siguro naman alam nyo kung ano yung kupal. yun bang kulay puti na nakulob na ihi ata. Meron din ang babae nyan iba lang ang tawag nila, pagdi sila nakapag hugas, makukulob yung ihi at magiging kupal din. Madali lang magpatuli, kung kinakabahan yung bata o yung nanay dapat sa doktor para safe. Ako gaya ng iba pukpuk lang ng labaha ang tuli, tapos bayabas lang na panglanggas, alang pampamanhid o anti-biotic o anu mang gamot. Simpleng procedure lang ang pagtuli. Sinabi lang na magbabad muna sa tubig bago ang tuli. Dapat after graduation ng elem. tuliin na yung bata. Hindi hygienic pag hindi tuli. Saka nasa Bible din na kailangan tuliin ang bata.

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Posted 01 April 2008 - 02:51 AM

i was circumcised nung baby pa ko. german cut. i don't know kung matutuwa ako hindi. OTOH hindi ko na-experience yung pain, kaso part kasi yung pagtutuli sa society natin. hindi ako tuloy maka-relate sa tuli stories ng mga kaibigan ko. hehe.

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Posted 24 April 2008 - 09:21 PM

A few years ago, the surgery department of a certain hospital in manila condemned the practice of non therapeutic circumcision, like "operation tule". Circumcision was only limited to correct certain medical conditions like recurrent urinary tract infection due to phimosis (abnormally small opening of the foreskin).

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Posted 18 May 2008 - 03:44 PM

A few years ago, the surgery department of a certain hospital in manila condemned the practice of non therapeutic circumcision, like "operation tule". Circumcision was only limited to correct certain medical conditions like recurrent urinary tract infection due to phimosis (abnormally small opening of the foreskin).

JUST CURIOUS IS IT STILL POSSIBLE TO CIRCUMCISE AT ADULT AGE OF 40

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Posted 18 May 2008 - 10:21 PM

JUST CURIOUS IS IT STILL POSSIBLE TO CIRCUMCISE AT ADULT AGE OF 40


Yes it is still possible. There is not cut off age for the procedure. What is important is the indication (reason) and that the patient has been fully informed of the risks and benefits of the procedure.

The oldest I've done was a 34 year old, request ng wife niya.

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Posted 18 May 2008 - 11:19 PM

My eldest son, who just turned 9 y/o, is not circumcised unlike my younger son, 8 y/o. Since he was my first born and I was inexperience at motherhood, I didn't think I can handle taking care of his belly button and circumcision at the same time. So I decided to just have it done when he's about 5. The doctor's told me they would have to put him under general anesthesia and with his asthma there are some risks involved.
So hanggang ngayon hindi pa siya tule. For hygienic reasons, I want him circumcise but I'm afraid of the risk. He hasn't had an asthma attack in about 4 to 5 years. Maybe next summer when my hubby is home so he can help me.


IMHO:
The best time for circumcision is when the foreskin has already separated from the bulb. Normally, that is about 13 to 15 years old, it is also at that age where in the surgeon can also make the most precise idea of how much foreskin is to be removed, totally eliminating the chances for a second circumcision later in life. Another advantage is that the boy is already responsible enough to take care of the affected area. If you didn't wait for the foreskin to separate from the bulb by itself, the child will experience extreme pain the moment the anesthesia wears off.

To: exal
According to the surgeon who worked on my child & a dermatologist, it is possible for a 40 year old to be circumcised. But at that age, you would need more time for recovery.

Edited by johnlove, 18 May 2008 - 11:19 PM.


#29 BladeTrinity

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Posted 19 May 2008 - 12:16 AM

sa mga girls, is there a difference?
meaning doing it with a circumcised penis vs uncircumcised?

may medical basis din po ba ang circumcision?
more of correction lang yata sya?

please enlighten me

#30 johnlove

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Posted 19 May 2008 - 09:35 PM

A doctor once joked to me that the decision to circumcise should be made by the girlfriend or wife because they are the ones who will be using it.

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Posted 23 June 2008 - 12:14 PM

i prefer having circumcised in early childhood.....

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Posted 27 October 2008 - 03:02 PM

i heard that circumcision is been done using laser nowadays, is this true? painless and can recover very fast, few hours lang no more pain. but may question is, will the skin be properly removed? will it grow back again? hope someone can englihten me. thank you very much

#33 grovel

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Posted 06 November 2008 - 06:26 AM

Another reason to do this..

Male Circumcision and Risk for HIV Transmission
Several types of research have documented that male circumcision significantly reduces the risk of HIV acquisition by men during penile-vaginal sex.


Circumcision and HIV

#34 RoelTolentinoSURGLonco

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Posted 09 November 2008 - 01:48 PM

Circumcision is Relatively necessary. It is not ABSOLUTE.

If you will ask the Fellows of the Philippine College of Surgeons especially their pediatric surgeons, they discourage circumcision at birth.

The child should also be given the chance to decide for himself whether he like to be circumcised or not.

In Columbia Univerisity Medical Center (New York Prysbyterian Hospitals Affiliate) where I chance to visit, the doctors advocate circumcision in the pre-teen years because according to them, the smegma (kupal) increases the chance of having penile cancer.

Based on my readings, pre-teen circumcision is effective. But if the procedure was done already in the adult years, it has very little protective advantage.

Penile wart viruses tends to be higher in uncircumcised males thereby increasing the chance of penile cancer and cervical cancer in her partner.



But if you will ask some surgeons in Ospital ng Maynila, some or most of them do not advocate circumcision.



My final say: circumcision must be done in the pre-teen years!

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Posted 09 November 2008 - 01:54 PM

i heard that circumcision is been done using laser nowadays, is this true? painless and can recover very fast, few hours lang no more pain. but may question is, will the skin be properly removed? will it grow back again? hope someone can englihten me. thank you very much




LASER? That is a big JOKE. We don't use laser but cautery machine.

The pain that should be felt by the patient is the initial infiltration of local anesthesia. it must not be painful. if i forsee that i will have a diff time during the surgery, i do it in the OR under sedation.

recovery is about 5 days. but the "kamatis" is unavoidable unless the patient had a german cut which i don't do because i don't want to remove a very sensitive skin. although the german cut look is better.

removed skin will never go back again.



i prefer the dorsal slit. kahit may lambi. it adds to the bulk of the penis when erect!

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#36 johnlove

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Posted 19 November 2008 - 08:07 AM

How would you know if a doctor specializes in circumcision? Is circumcision something that any doctor in the field of 'General Surgery' can do?

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Posted 25 November 2008 - 10:49 PM

How would you know if a doctor specializes in circumcision? Is circumcision something that any doctor in the field of 'General Surgery' can do?


AFAIK circumcision is not a specialization, every medical intern learn how to do the procedure during their rotation in surgery. Of course, every General Surgeon knows how to do it.

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Posted 30 March 2009 - 07:43 PM

hirap kse ng hindi tule, tutuksuhin ka ng maraming tao! kaw lang ang bukod tanging supot sa mga tropa.. kakahiya diba?

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Posted 30 March 2009 - 08:29 PM

There is controversy surrounding circumcision. Advocates for circumcision argue, for example, that it provides important health advantages which outweigh the risks, has no substantial effects on sexual function, has a low complication rate when carried out by an experienced physician, and is best performed during the neonatal period. Opponents of circumcision argue, for example, that it is a practice which has historically been, and continues to be, defended through the use of various myths; that it interferes with normal sexual function; is extremely painful; and when performed on infants and children violates the individual's human rights.

The American Medical Association stated in 1999: "Virtually all current policy statements from specialty societies and medical organizations do not recommend routine neonatal circumcision, and support the provision of accurate and unbiased information to parents to inform their choice."

The World Health Organization (WHO; 2007), the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS; 2007), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC; 2008) state that evidence indicates male circumcision significantly reduces the risk of HIV acquisition by men during penile-vaginal sex, but also state that circumcision only provides partial protection and should not replace other interventions to prevent transmission of HIV.




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Posted 04 April 2009 - 02:52 AM

its a practise, tradition and hygiene too




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