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Phimosis Laser Circumcision


Best Treatment for phimosis/paraphimosis in Kphb Kukatpally Hyderabad

At My Health Hospital, our team of experienced urologists, each with over 10 years of expertise, offers cutting-edge treatments for phimosis and paraphimosis. With advanced technologies like staplers and lasers, we ensure safe and effective surgeries with minimal complications. Our focus on patient comfort and quick recovery results in shorter hospital stays and a pain-free experience. Experience the best in urological care at My Health Hospital, where your well-being is our priority.

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Dr. Jayanth Reddy
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What is Phimosis?

Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin of the penis is too tight to be pulled back over the glans. It can cause discomfort, difficulty urinating, and pain during erections. This condition can be congenital or acquired, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. Treatment options include topical steroids, stretching exercises, and circumcision. It's important to consult a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and treatment. At My Health Hospital in Kukatpally, Hyderabad, Dr. Jayanth Reddy, a skilled urologist, provides expert care for phimosis and other urological conditions. For personalized care and effective treatment.

What are the common causes of phimosis?

If you are unable to retract your penile foreskin back freely, there are various reasons for this to develop, which include -

Poor Hygiene – Improper cleaning of genital and penile area may often lead to phimosis and prone to infections.

Infections – including Sexually tramistted infections(STI).

Preputial Adhesions or Scar Tissue - may keep the foreskin attached to the tip (glans) of your penis.

Skin Diseases – like eczema , psoriasis or lichen sclerosis (balanitis xerotic obliterans -BXO) can affect your Penis.

Causes of phimosis

What are the symptoms of phimosis?

  • Redness or discoloration around penile foreskin, which may occur when infected.
  • Swelling (inflammation) of prepucial skin.
  • Soreness and cracks on foreskin with Burning sensation.
  • Pain while Urinating (DYSURIA).
  • Pain during erections or with sexual activity
Symptoms of phimosis

How does a urologist diagnose phimosis?

Phsyical Examination - Urologist will diagnose phimosis and the causes related to it by a complete physical examination of the penis and genitalia.

In addition, urologist might order some related tests to find out if there is any urinary tract infection (Complete Urine Examination) and if there is any discharge from the penis then tests to rule out sexually transmitted infections(STI).

Investigations for phimosis

How does a urologist treat phimosis?

Laser Circumcision - A laser circumcision operation is a way of permanently removing the foreskin from the penis with LASER with no postsurgical complications. This surgery is usually performed under local anaesthesia annd patient is discharged on same day.

Stapler Circumcision – In stapler circumcision , instead of LASER fiber , a specially designed stapler device is used to cut the foreskin and staple the edges of the foreskin together instead of sutures . This method has proven effective with faster recovery and almost no surgical site complications.



Circumcision is a surgical procedure with cultural, religious, and medical significance. The procedure involves the removal of the foreskin from the penis, and it can be performed for various reasons, including cultural and religious practices, hygiene benefits, and medical conditions like phimosis or recurrent infections. It is important to weigh the benefits and potential risks of circumcision carefully and consult with a healthcare provider to make an informed decision. After the procedure, proper post-operative care is essential for a smooth recovery.

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Phimosis Laser Circumcision

Depending on the type of the surgery, most men are recommended to avoid sexual activity for at least 6 weeks as any sexual activity before that can cause complications with wound healing and increase the chances of contracting STIs.

If you have a desk job, you can return to work within 2-3 days of the surgery, however, if your work entails physical labor, you may need to wait about a week or so before returning to work.

The most common signs of infection after circumcision surgery include the presence of discharge and pus (cloudy, yellowish/white, foul-smelling fluid), hot skin, and/or spreading redness around the wound site.

It depends on the circumcision technique. For laser and stapler circumcision, you will only be hospitalized for 3-4 hours and can go home on the same day but for open circumcision, 1-day hospitalization may be required.

No, barring any complications, you will not be catheterized after the surgery, since circumcision does not affect kidney function at all.

Frenuloplasty surgery can help relieve tightness of foreskin without the need to remove the foreskin but laser circumcision is more effective because the healing is faster and easier and the patient can resume their daily activities within 2-3 days.

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