Monday, December 7, 2009

Std More Condition_symptoms Is It True That Uncircumsized Males Are More Likely To Get And Std?

Is it true that uncircumsized males are more likely to get and std? - std more condition_symptoms

I heard that is uncircumsized people more vulnerable to sexually transmitted diseases that true? and why? and many others are likely to get one?


Mash said...

Yes, why a large number of bacteria in the foreskin collected from infected men, and if someone stretched the skin and rubbed against the walls of the vagina. This significantly increases the odds against circumcision organ.

ANIMAL said...

Yes, the exposure is the best German helmet. Those who wear a helmet, and covers more susceptible to infections because it is difficult to clean.

Centurio... said...

How well do they clean, you probably have nothing to fear if you really have an STD.

rebecca1 said...

An MST can happen to a circumcised men and uncircumcised men. Perhaps you wanted to ask if uncircumcised men are more prone to infections. You are likely if you do not know how to properly clean themselves.

mewent said...

Contrary to popular belief, the circumcision of male children does not reduce the risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases, a benefit that doctors have long been associated with the practice, researchers in Chicago on Tuesday.

In fact, circumcised men were slightly more likely to a sexually transmitted disease in their study of 1410 American men contract.
Although none of the 353 uncircumcised men, chlamydia, 26 of 1033 circumcised men had contracted the disease, the study found.
The only benefit doctors had circumcision has been shown that circumcised men suffer from a slightly lower risk of sexual dysfunction in later life, "said Edward O. Laumann and his colleagues at the University of Chicago.
A lthough the circumcisions were done for religious purposes for centuries, the practice was common in the 1870s when doctors thought he would be the health and reduce sexual practices such as masturbation and oral sex to improve, researchers wred in the current issue of the Journal of American Medical Association.
Paradoxically, men who are circumcised, tend to use in a variety of sexual practices, although there are differences between ethnic groups, they found.
In particular, circumcised men were 40 percent masturbate more often than uncircumcised men to at least once a month. They were also rather have oral sex, anal sex gay and straight, "said Laumann.
Circumcised white men were more likely to use in these sexual practices that circumcised men black and Hispanic, according to the researchers.
Circumcision was more common in whites, it can be a social stigma of being white and uncircumcised men, the researchers speculated.
And if uncircumcised exerts a negative cultural association in the white population, white uncircumcised men may not be so willing to participate in a variety of sexual practices, "says Laumann.
Sexual problems such as lack of interest in sexand premature ejaculation, less common in circumcised men than uncircumcised men, "he said.
About 45 percent of circumcised and uncircumcised men suffer from sexual dysfunction, with circumcised men only about 0.6 times more likely to have such problems, the study found.
Non-religious circumcision is still a relatively common practice in the United States compared to other countries that have adopted the practice at the same time as England, Canada and Australia, the researchers write.
Laumann and his team found that 77 percent of the 1284 US-born men were circumcised, born compared to 42 percent of 115 non-US person.
Although the results are revealing about the prevalence of infections and sexual practices have not yet researchers for advice on circumcision
"Our findings support the idea that doctors and parents of the potential benefits and risks before the circumcision of newborns support informed," says Laumann

lego_las... said...

I do not know about sexually transmitted diseases know, I know that you are more likely to several issues in the area below, such as infections and other things, but I think you have an STD, if you fight with another person suffering from sexually transmitted diseases they don 't care if circumsiazed.

draciron said...

To my knowledge, not in the greatest risk of contracting an STD. You have to catch a higher risk of infection, as the band tends to battery and others.

I am not a doctor if you should do an Internet search on the topic.

draciron said...

To my knowledge, not in the greatest risk of contracting an STD. You have to catch a higher risk of infection, as the band tends to battery and others.

I am not a doctor if you should do an Internet search on the topic.

the freakin' analyst said...

I do not believe that germs can be caught in the CZ

cheena_s... said...

To some degree, yes it's true. The reason: with an uncircumcised penis be thoroughly washed, so that we uncircumsized the infection can win bonus, ideally germs under the layer of skin that is not pruned to stay.

mdollya said...

If you keep it under ckean skin.It clean in general, but your partner has a lot to do with sexually transmitted diseases. If you sleep with someone who is without shelter, it's safe to say that, of course, you have hours

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