Assessment of the Long Term Outcomes of Adult Circumcisions Using the Plastic Clamp Method and Their Implications on Sperm Quality

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Saleema Bibi, Dr. Nadia Sajjad, Zoya Abbas Qadri, Dr. Sheik Mamode Adeel Auckloo, Dr. Sundus Khalid

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Aim: To assess the long-term outcomes of adolescent circumcisions using the plastic clamp method, as well as their implications on erectile function.


Methods:The study comprised 195 adult men with an average age of 22.3 3.9 years who attended to our clinic for circumcision sometime Between 2020 and April 2021. With an average follow-up duration of 31.5+15.3 years, the safety and acceptability of circumcision using the plastic clamp method, as well as its consequences on sexual development, have been investigated (range, 13 to 56 months).


Results:The average time for circumcision and clamp withdrawal was 4.2 2.2 minutes and 17 8 seconds, correspondingly. Complications were for 4.17 percent of all cases. The most common consequences included wound dehiscence (2.08 percent), infection (0.55 percent), and bleeding (0.56 percent).At a mean of 25.54.6 days, significant wound healing reported found. We encountered no penile deformities or long-term consequences. Circumcision increased erectile function and overall happiness.


Conclusion:Circumcised using the plastic clamp method in single men showed a low early complication rate, no long-term issues, and improved several sexual functioning. We recommend using this procedure to circumcise adult guys since it is simple and safe.

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Saleema Bibi, Dr. Nadia Sajjad, Zoya Abbas Qadri, Dr. Sheik Mamode Adeel Auckloo, Dr. Sundus Khalid. (2022). Assessment of the Long Term Outcomes of Adult Circumcisions Using the Plastic Clamp Method and Their Implications on Sperm Quality. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 26(01), 2766–2773. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/11247
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