Meatal stenosis - ...is rare in boys and men who haven’t been circumcised

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    • Meatal stenosis - ...is rare in boys and men who haven’t been circumcised

      Meatal stenosis. The opening at the tip of the penis can become partly blocked, a condition known as meatal stenosis. It’s often linked to circumcision and is rare in boys and men who haven’t been circumcised. Besides an unwieldy urine stream, symptoms of meatal stenosis include difficulty urinating and pain or burning when you go.

      health.clevelandclinic.org/wha…-split-urine-stream-mean/

      There is no skin like foreskin
    • How common is meatal stenosis?

      One study has found that about 9% of boys have meatal stenosis at birth. In a follow-up study of 1,800 boys aged six to ten years, visual inspection found 32% had a “pinhole” meatus. This implies that about 23% of all cases resulted after birth.
      What causes meatal stenosis?

      Meatal stenosis is almost always seen in males who have been circumcised. Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin over the tip of the penis. It is rare for uncircumcised males to have meatal stenosis. This may mean that circumcision has caused the meatus to become narrower.
      What are the symptoms of meatal stenosis?

      The symptoms of meatal stenosis occur as a result of urine flow becoming partly blocked.

      Symptoms include the following:

      Pain or burning while urinating
      Sudden urges to urinate
      Having to urinate often
      A small, narrow, very fast urinary stream
      A urinary flow that sprays (usually upward) or is difficult to aim
      Trouble with fully emptying the bladder
      A drop of blood at the tip of the penis after urinating
      Kommt also sehr häufig vor. Und praktisch nur nach Zirkumzision.

      Die Lösung: Einfach den kleinen Penis in Frieden lassen!


      Die wissen das alles. Aber ich möchte wetten, dass die in dieser "Cleveland Clinic" auch nicht-indizierte Zirkumzisionen bei Jungen durchführen.

      my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/16295-meatal-stenosis

      There is no skin like foreskin
    • Schäden, Beeinträchtigungen und Einschränkungen die nach der "Garantiezeit" auftreten sind für die Krankenhäuser eh nicht von Interesse. Das Geld ist dann im Sack und die ausführenden in Rente. Aber ist das bei uns wirklich anders?
      Alfred
      Die Menschheit war schon immer bereit, Themen im umgekehrten Verhältnis zu ihrer Wichtigkeit zu diskutieren. Je mehr eine Frage uns alle berührt, umso mehr gilt daher, dass selbst kluge Menschen behaupten, die Frage existiert überhaupt nicht.--Samuel Butler--
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