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19-4-2016  · Want the facts on circumcision ? Urologist Sheldon Marks, MD, has updated information.

Adult circumcision Hi Dr. Chaves, Hello, I'm a 31-year-old with a problem with my foreskin. The problem is that I hate it. I’ve withstood years of comments from ...

To cut off the uppermost skin of the secret parts is directly against the honesty of nature, and an injurious insufferable trick put upon her.

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Hello, I'm a 31-year-old with a problem with my foreskin . The problem is that I hate it. I’ve withstood years of comments from guys in the locker room, friends making fun of me, and I’ve even had girls give me this shocked look when they see my penis. I’ve been considering adult circumcision . I’m beginning to research it and wanted to know what you think about it and if you were in my position, if you would do it.

Would I do it? If anyone comes near my penis with a scalpel and the intent to cut off a piece of my penis, the gloves are coming off! In all seriousness, adult circumcision can be a difficult decision because of factors like psychological impacts, emotional difficulties and, in less common cases, physiological difficulties associated with foreskin.

Here are some facts: Research has shown that foreskin is the most sensitive part of the penis. It has one of the highest concentrations in the body of super-sensitive nerve endings called Meissner's corpuscles, which help increase penile sensitivity. They don’t grow back if you get circumcised. There are also claims that circumcision protects against penile cancer and many STIs, but studies have found that to be inconclusive. I’m patiently waiting for the long-term studies to challenge the short-term data that claims circumcision reduces the HIV transmission rate, which is currently the flavor of the month with circumcision claims.

I rarely jump on bandwagons, including the HIV/circumcision one, especially with all the questionable testing variables in the African and Indian HIV/circumcision research that came out a few years ago. In addition, the U.S. rate of circumcision has been dropping as a result of doctors and people understanding there are few reasons, aside from less-common medical difficulties and religious reasons, for male circumcision. Last year, the rate of U.S. male-infant circumcision was approximately one out of every three — 33%! You and your foreskin will be the majority in no time. If you look at Europe, Latin America and most of the world, an uncircumcised penis is the most common look. Even a progressive city like San Francisco is proposing a 2011 ballot-voting initiative to ban male circumcision within their city.

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He led in the establishment of the American Medical Missionary College . The College, founded in 1895, operated until 1910 when it merged with Illinois State University .

Kellogg was born in Tyrone, Michigan , [2] to John Preston Kellogg (1806–1881) and Ann Janette Stanley (1824–1893). John was born in Hadley, Massachusetts and his mother was born in Livingston County, Michigan . Kellogg's ancestry can be traced back to the founding of Hadley, Massachusetts where a great grandfather operated a ferry. Kellogg lived with two sisters during childhood. By 1860, the family had moved to Battle Creek, Michigan , where his father established a broom factory. John later worked as a printer's devil in a Battle Creek publishing house.

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I am going to talk today about the relationship between Old Testament circumcision and New Testament baptism. One of the reasons we are called Baptists is that we believe that the New Testament teaches us to baptize believers, but not the infant children of believers.

There are many reasons for this conviction. Let me mention five that I will pass over quickly so that I can come to the main issue in Romans 4:11, where some of those who believe in infant baptism build their case. I pass over these quickly because I have dealt with them before in the  sermon series on baptism  in the spring of 1997. You can get those sermons and read them or listen to them.

Those are some of the reasons why Baptists are hesitant to embrace the more elaborate theological arguments for infant baptism. But now here we are at Romans 4:11 and many of those who baptize infants see in this verse a linchpin for their position. Let me try to show you what they see and then why I am not persuaded.

Sheldon Marks, MD Urologist; Male Infertility Specialist, Prostate Cancer Specialist, Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversal Specialist, Tucson, Ariz.

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This disturbing video shows an infant going through the procedure. Afterwards her legs are tied together to allow the wound to heal.

So if a person pays ££££s for their lady bits to be cut up it's accepted as long as some crackpot is making money from it in the name of capitalism.

The pro female-circumcision group has more before and after pictures and discussion here .

For more information about Female Genital Mutilation in Africa go to the World Health Organisation here .

Promising trials hinted that circumcision could lower rates of HIV infection, but until now, researchers didn’t fully understand why.

Now, in a study published in the journal mBio , scientists say that changes in the population of bacteria living on and around the penis may be partly responsible.

Relying on the latest technology that make sequencing the genes of organisms faster and more accessible, Lance Price of the Translational Genomics Research institute (TGen) and his colleagues conducted a detailed genetic analysis of the microbial inhabitants of the penis among a group of Ugandan men who provided samples before circumcision and again a year later.

That may be why uncircumcised men are more likely to transmit HIV than men without the foreskin, says Price, since the Langerhans cells could be feeding HIV directly to healthy cells. His group is also investigating how changes in the levels of cytokines, which are the signaling molecules that immune cells use to communicate with each other, might be influenced by bacterial populations.

This index page links to material relating to the origin and history of male circumcision. Material is indexed in chronological order of publication.

The practice of male genital mutilation is far older than recorded history. Certainly, it is far older than the Biblical account of Abraham (Genesis 17). It seems to have originated in eastern Africa long before this time. 8 21

Many theories have been advanced to explain the origin of genital mutilation. One theory postulates that circumcision began as a way of "purifying" individuals and society by reducing sexuality and sexual pleasure. Human sexuality was seen as dirty or impure in some societies; hence cutting off the pleasure-producing parts was the obvious way to "purify" someone.

It is now known that the male foreskin, or prepuce, is the principal location of erogenous sensation in the human male (see Anatomy .) Removal of the prepuce substantially reduces erogenous sensation. 14,19 Therefore (in the appropriate cultural context), circumcision is revealed as a sacrifice of "sinful" human enjoyment (in this earthly life), for the sake of holiness in the afterlife. 14

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