ZSR Circumcision FAQs

ZSR Circumcision FAQs

ZSR Circumcision FAQs What is ZSR circumcision? ZSR, or stapler circumcision, is a cutting-edge procedure for removing the foreskin from the top of the penis that requires only a few small incisions. During the surgery, the surgeon employs a tool resembling a stapler to lessen post-operative bleeding and lower the likelihood of problems. When to go…

Stapler Circumcision- Is it better than standard circumcision

Stapler Circumcision- Is it better than standard circumcision?

A common surgery in males conducted during childhood or later in adulthood is circumcision. The surgery reduces the risk of sexually transmitted illnesses such as human papillomavirus, genital ulcer disease, and HIV infection. Several disorders like infections of the glans and foreskin called balanitis and balanoposthitis, phimosis and paraphimosis are treated by circumcision in elderly…

infection after circumcision

Symptoms of Infection after Circumcision

Untrained circumcision providers create high risk for infectious complications when performing male circumcision.  Well-trained surgical providers ensure safe surgical techniques . Circumcision procedures performed by qualified surgeons are under sterile conditions that do not pose a threat for postsurgical infection. Hence, infection is rare and uncommon after the procedure. Although most circumcision-related infections are mild, self-limiting…