Up to a certain time, this page contained an article written by the person far from submitting to his Lord, directly or indirectly censuring circumcision, which his own Creator imputed to men. The inability to realize that man is not capable of understanding even a small part of the Wisdom of the Lord of the Worlds causes atheists, godless people, philosophers and the like to want to put forward contrary theories at any cost, which they themselves then refute in time. For the Truth is one, but lies are many.
For Muslims (who have obeyed to their God), the order of God is enough. Some worldly benefits they may know, others they may not. This is all secondary. But, let us cite some of the points that doctors mention as advantages of circumcision.
Elimination of phimosis and paraphimosis
Circumcision is a potential solution for individuals with a pathological narrowing of the foreskin, known as phimosis. In such cases, the head of the penis is unable to be revealed. Paraphimosis, where the head is trapped due to a narrowed foreskin, is also a situation where circumcision may be considered. In addition to medical reasons, circumcision is sometimes seen as advantageous for enhancing the appearance of the penis by removing excess wrinkled skin.
Easier intimate hygiene
Circumcision offers a practical benefit for males of all ages by making it easier to maintain penile hygiene. The presence of smegma, which consists of a combination of sebum, dead skin cells, and moisture, can build up beneath the foreskin. This can lead to bacterial growth, particularly in cases where proper care or excessive discharge is lacking. However, by removing the foreskin, there is no space for smegma to accumulate, thus reducing the risk of inflammation and infection.
Reducing the risk of penile cancer
The advantages and disadvantages of circumcision are often debated, particularly in relation to the condition called phimosis, where the foreskin of the penis becomes narrow and can increase the risk of cancer. However, men who have been circumcised do not have this risk.
Muslims, who typically undergo circumcision, experience a significantly low occurrence of genital cancer. Similarly, women from these ethnic groups have an occurrence of cervical cancer that is 6-7 times less frequent compared to others.
Increased duration of intercourse
Circumcision offers a significant benefit for sexual activity, as it can prolong the duration of intercourse. This is because the sensitivity of the penis head decreases, making it less prone to friction. Consequently, the climax is delayed, which is particularly valuable for men who experience premature ejaculation.
Some people believe that sensations during sexual activity can be significantly altered after circumcision, as the foreskin contains numerous nerve endings. However, in the majority of cases, there is no detrimental change. Consequently, it would be inaccurate to claim that circumcision negatively impacts one’s sexual life.