We see lots of guys at Moorgate Andrology who have had a circumcision surgery as an adult. They have had a circumcision for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, they are suffering from a condition called phimosis. This is where it is difficult to retract the foreskin. This condition can be quite painful. It can make sexual intercourse very difficult.
On other occasions, it is done for religious reasons, maybe its important to your partner.
The procedure itself is very straightforward. Sometimes a circumcision is done together with another procedure such as penis enlargement surgery.
However, many men regret having their circumcision because they think that the penis looks shorter. “ Looks shorter” being the significant words here. After a circumcision more of the head of the penis is visible and less of the shaft. This can give an illusion that the penis has shortened as a result of the surgery.
This is unlikely to be the case but how things look is obviously very important.
If you are considering having circumcision surgery then you should discuss this possibility with your surgeon in great detail before you decide to go ahead. The last you want is to have the procedure for cosmetic purposes and then find that your penis is too short. This can sap your self-confidence.
Of course, if you have a condition such as phimosis, then you may not have much choice in the matter. However, if you are having the procedure because you would like to lose your foreskin, be sure that you have a good idea of how the penis will look afterwards.
Many circumcisions are done for cosmetic purposes and men are happy with the results, it should be said. On the other hand, many men are disappointed with the outcome, often when they are forced to have one because of some other condition such as phimosis.
Some men have reported that sex is better after circumcision. The head of the penis is reported as being more sensitive. Some women prefer men who are circumcised and that cannot be overlooked. It may be especially important to some relationships