What happens during male circumcision?
Circumcision requires anesthesia, either local or general. The foreskin is then cut off and the remaining edges of the skin are stitched together. The penis is then bandaged. Men may be unable to walk for several days and should wear tight fitting briefs to keep the penis from moving. The procedure can be very painful, especially if erections occur in the days and weeks following surgery.
Considerable flare on the glans after five years of wearing foreskin retracted using the silicone ring.
“I am happy with retracted penis for more than 10 years and couldn’t want to live with it even for a second, now I am of 37.Being circumcised always fascinated me during my childhood as being a Hindu I can’t go for that so I tried it and it worked successfully…now I have what I desired.There is not any demerit in permanent retraction,actually it gave me more pleasure,my hamlet is now totally dry and keratinised but is not a problem for me as I stay longer during sex with my less sensitized love maker. Weathered penis-head is well able to withstand rough handling,rubbing and even pinching during fore play, I passionately enjoy it when my wife stroke my hamlet and shaft without any lubricant. There are many other benefits of it like hygiene and confident look when being nude before female partner.”
Keeping the foreskin continuously rolled back