The Circumcision Debate Continues

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Male circumcision has caused a lot of debate over the years, religious reasons aside.

Are there really any medical advantages to circumcision? Does circumcision affect sexual satisfaction? Which is more visually appealing, a circumcised or uncircumcised penis?

According to a study published in the UK, it does not seem to matter if your foreskin is or isn’t intact, to you sexual partner.

Researchers with the Queen’s University studied nearly 200 people in a monogamous, sexually active relationship (both heterosexual and homosexual). The results revealed that the people in the study were “overwhelmingly satisfied” with the circumcision status of their given partners. Only a few wished for anything else.

Jennifer Bossio, lead author of the study said, “Although people notice if a man is circumcised or not, at the end of the day, it doesn’t seem to have a really big impact on their sex lives.”

There seemed to be slight preference among women for a circumcised penis.

Health Benefits of Circumcision?

Circumcision, while “elective surgery” is typically performed on newborns in the UK and the Untitled States. A revised 2012 policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics says the “preventive health benefits of elective circumcision of male newborns outweigh the risks of the procedure.”

Medically documented benefits of circumcision include; reduced risk of urinary tract infections, and reduced risk of spreading sexually transmitted diseases.

circumcision health benefitsThere has been a lot of research that has gone into the negative or positive effects of circumcision on health. However, little research has been done on its impact on sexual performance or satisfaction.

The Queen’s University study was one of the first to shed some light on this aspect of the circumcision debate.

Bossio notes that the results of her research should show that the status of their foreskin, makes very little difference. At least once they find themselves in a sexually and emotionally satisfying relationship .

Circumcision and Performance

While it seems circumcision really matters little to your sexual partner, other attributes of your penis may. The simple fact of the matter is – “size does matter.”

This is clearly evidenced by the fact that “male enhancement” products are a multi-million dollar industry. However, most of these products that allege “guaranteed” increases in penis size, are dubious at best, and dangerous at worst.

If you want true, medically approved male enhancement, there really are only two proven procedures. The first is surgery and  the second is a remarkable new treatment that uses Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP.

circumcision matters little to your sexual partnerPRP uses the healing and growth factors in your own blood to add length and girth to you penis, whether you are circumcised or uncircumcised! PRP is the basis of my proprietary male enhancement procedure, the Gains Enhancement.

In a simple, in office procedure, the Gains Enhancement can provide immediate results. Patients receiving the Gains Enhancement report increases in both length and girth of as much as 2 inches! Results last for a year or more.

The Gains Enhancement is also the only medically proven, non-surgical male enhancement procedure that can also cure erectile dysfunction!

 

 

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What are your preferences on circumcision?

Have you or anyone you know ever tried a sexual wellness treatment, what were the results?

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One Comment
  1. Stephen
    Posted July 27, 2015 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

    Great article… I agree, I think once you are in a relationship, it probably does not matter much what your “parts” look like…performance on the other hand, that can make a difference. I have tried some products, and have been disappointed, how can I find out more about your Gaines Enhancement?

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