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Sutureless Circumcision

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Circumcision is the procedure of excision of the excess skin covering the glans penis to expose the glans.
Despite being regarded as one of the safest and most performed procedure, there are over two million patients present for elective circumcision yearly in United States alone, with 37% - 39% of global male population (newborn and adult) being subjected to this procedure, occasionally surgeon’s skill can’t compensate for the high numbers which might lead to complication or undesired outcome.
In addition, World Health Organization (WHO) had previously recommended conventional circumcision methods using forceps guided; dorsal slit and guillotine methods (with or without stitching), and those methods are regularly practiced in Malaysia and most of the countries where circumcision is practiced regularly.
However, those methods, are known to be time consuming, painful and the end result is very much dependant on the surgeon skills, patient tolerance of the procedure, due to the fact that most of the patient undergo circumcision are young males between the ages of 4-12 years old, for whom  the idea of using conventional methods (blades, suture and needles) less appealing for this kind of audience.
Andropause
All men experience a gradual decline in their testosterone levels after the age of 30. This is quite normal. But for some men, this phenomenon causes symptoms that can disrupt their daily lives.
We at DTAP (Dr. Tan & Partners) pride ourselves in empowering the public with medical information so that proper help can be sought in time. I’ve written this article in the form of a patient asking for help from his doctor through e-mail and the doctor responding back.
Andropause is diagnosed based on a physical examination, the presence of symptoms and a blood test to check if the testosterone level is within normal range. If your testosterone levels are not in the normal range, hormone therapy such as testosterone injections, gel or patches may be recommended to help boost your testosterone levels back up.
Based on your symptoms, you might be experiencing andropause but I will need to ask you more questions, examine you and possibly do a blood test before I can be sure. Please make an appointment as soon as possible so that we can get to the bottom of your issue.
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