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  • What is it?

    Paraphimosis is a condition that affects mainly uncircumcised guys. It develops when the foreskin can no longer be pulled forward over the tip of the penis. This causes the prepuce to become swollen and stuck, which might slow or stop the progression of blood flow to the tip of the penis. The condition can lead to serious complications if it isn’t properly treated.
    Paraphimosis shouldn’t be mistaken with phimosis. Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin can no longer be pulled back from the tip of the penis. It commonly occurs in younger children, and it usually isn’t a serious condition. Paraphimosis, however, is an emergency condition. Contact your primary care physician or go to the clinic promptly in case you’re encountering indications or symptoms of paraphimosis.

    Paraphimosis shouldn’t be mistaken with phimosis. Phimosis is a condition in which the foreskin can no longer be pulled back from the tip of the penis. It commonly occurs in younger children, and it usually isn’t a serious condition. Paraphimosis, however, is an emergency condition. Contact your primary care physician or go to the clinic promptly in case you’re encountering indications or symptoms of paraphimosis.

  • Symptoms of Genital Deformities

    The primary side effect of paraphimosis is the failure to get the prepuce(foreskin) once again to its typical situation over the tip of the penis. The prepuce and the tip of the penis might be swollen and excruciating. The tip of the penis may likewise be dull red or blue because of an absence of blood flow.
    Call right away if you find any of these side effects. +91 99520 99620

  • What causes Paraphimosis?
    • Infection
    • experiencing physical trauma in the genital area
    • pulling back the foreskin too strongly
    • having a foreskin that’s tighter than common
    • having a foreskin that has been pulled back for an extended period
  • Treatment

    Treatment will vary depending on your age and the seriousness of the condition. The initial phase in treating paraphimosis is to lessen the swelling. Your doctor might do the following:

    • apply ice
    • wrap a bandage firmly around the penis
    • use needles to deplete discharge or blood
    • inject hyaluronidase, which is a protein that lessens expanding

    Your doctor may also make a small incision to relieve tension, but they’ll only do this in severe cases.
    Once the swelling is diminished, your physician will move the prepuce back into position. This can be extremely painful, so you’ll probably be given painkillers before the surgery starts. Pain relievers might incorporate an anesthetic, a nerve block, or an oral narcotic. During the procedure, your doctor will first lubricate the penis and foreskin, then gently press the tip of the penis while also pulling down on the foreskin.
    A total circumcision, or expulsion of the prepuce, might be necessary for exceptionally serious instances of paraphimosis. This will likewise keep the condition from happening once more.

    Make sure to follow your doctor’s direction cautiously after the procedure and to take any recommended medications. Your doctor will instruct you on how to clean and care for the tip of the penis after treatment.

  • Side effects of genital deformities

    Paraphimosis might lead to serious intricacies in case it isn’t dealt with quickly. The condition can cause decreased blood flow in the penis, which denies the tissues oxygen. At the point when this occurs, paraphimosis can result in:

    • a serious infection
    • harm to the tip of the penis
    • might lose the tip of the penis
  • Surgical Options

    A surgical option may be implemented if other treatments aren’t viable.
    Circumcision-   This is the surgical removal of all or part of the prepuce. Although circumcision is done during boyhood it can be done at any stage of life. It’s generally suggested for instances of serious phimosis or chronic prepuce disease.
    Partial Circumcision-   Partial circumcision is a safe, quick procedure that can be done to treat several uncomfortable conditions that affect the penis. It’s also a relatively safe way to change your penis appearance if you feel disappointed with how your penis looks.
    Consult BM Plastic and cosmetology clinic in Chennai for further more details.

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