Circumcised  Men Face Death After 10 Years-Report

Circumcised Men Face Death After 10 Years-Report

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By Spy Uganda

Men who undergo circumcision are likely to die 10 years after peeling off their foreskin, according to a recent study.

The report compiled after research by a United States of America (USA) based Non-governmental Organisation (NGO), indicates that men who are circumcised are likely to die ten years after cutting the foreskin of their manhood.

Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin, the tissue covering the head(glans) of the penis. It is an ancient practice that has its origin in religious rites. Today, many parents have their sons circumcised for religious, health or other reasons.

When is circumcision done?

Circumcision is usually performed on the first or second day after birth. (Among the Jewish population, circumcision is performed on the eighth day.) The procedure becomes more complicated and riskier in older babies, children, and men.

Circumcision protesters

How is circumcision done?

During a circumcision, the foreskin is freed from the head of the penis, and the excess foreskin is clipped off. If done in the newborn period, the procedure takes about five to 10 minutes. Adult circumcision takes about one hour. The circumcision generally heals in five to seven days.

Deltas Clare, a US based NGO, has revealed that the medication used for Circumcised men reacts negatively after 10 years, thereby affecting men’s health.

According to the report published by WikiLeaks, an investigative online media that has over time exposed the West on several scandals, Deltas Clare has not published the report and had its website hacked after its report found its way to WikiLeaks.

According to the documents accessed at WikiLeaks website, the report by the Delta Clare, the West has pumped billions of dollars into campaigns for circumcision in Africa with suspicious intentions of wiping out the black race.

WikiLeaks says apart from the HIV/AIDS pandemic, circumcision of men is part of the Western’s plan to wipe out the African race.

The claim advanced by World Health organization and protagonists of circumcision is that is reduces chances of women to have cervical cancer but the Delta Clare report says when a foreskin is properly washed everyday, it can’t be a source of cancer for women.

Just last week, a United States researcher revealed that they created HIV virus to completely wipe out the black race from Africa.

Is Circumcision Necessary?

The use of circumcision for medical or health reasons is an issue that continues to be debated. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) found that the health benefits of newborn male circumcision outweigh the risks, but the benefits are not great enough to recommend universal newborn circumcision. The procedure may be recommended in older boys and men to treat phimosis (the inability to retract the foreskin) or to treat an infection of the penis.

Parents should talk with their doctor about the benefits and risks of the procedure before making a decision regarding circumcision of a male child. Other factors, such as your culture, religion, and personal preference, will also be involved in your decision.

Benefits of Circumcision:

There is some evidence that circumcision has health benefits, including:
A decreased risk of urinary tract infections.
A reduced risk of some sexually transmitted diseases in men.
Protection against penile cancer and a reduced risk of cervical cancer in female sex partners.
Prevention of balanitis (inflammation of the glans) and balanoposthitis (inflammation of the glans and foreskin).
Prevention of phimosis (the inability to retract the foreskin) and paraphimosis (the inability to return the foreskin to its original location).
Circumcision also makes it easier to keep the end of the penis clean.

Note: Some studies show that good hygiene can help prevent certain problems with the Genitals, including infections and swelling, even if a man is not circumcised. In addition, using a condom during sex will help prevent STDs and other infections.

What are the risks of circumcision?

Like any surgical procedure, there are risks associated with circumcision. However, this risk is low. Problems associated with circumcision include:

Pain:
Risk of bleeding and infection at the site of the circumcision, Irritation of the glans, Increased risk of meatitis (inflammation of the opening of the penis) and Risk of injury to the Genitals

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