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circumcised penis anatomy - Anatomy of the penis and foreskin

CIRCLIST's illustrated guide to the male sexual anatomy. Mogen. I was circumcised in New York in 1991. It was with a mogen and I know this because my family has a picture of my penis with the clamp on it just after my foreskin was cut off(you can't see anything, just the clamp and the hands of the woman who circumcised me). A circumcised man will never have smegma, for the rubbing effect of clothing on the head of his penis will change the natural condition and properties of the skin, and can make the penis head dry, rough and uncomfortable. Certainly this seems to be the biggest complaint of .

Well, assuming that your anatomy is more-or-less average, you'll know what a penis looks like - at least, you know what a circumcised or an uncircumcised penis looks like, depending on what happened to you soon after you were born. In an average circumcised adult man, the area of skin that is missing because of penile reduction surgery would, when erect and unfolded, measure approximately three by five inches, or a little smaller than a postcard. That is about half the total skin of the penis.

The foreskin (prepuce) is a retractable, double-layered fold of skin and mucous membrane (the only such example on the human body), and uniquely constructed for its sexual purpose. It covers and protects the head of the penis (glans) and the urinary opening (meatus). Its outer layer is the same as the skin of the shaft of the penis, but the inner layer is mucous membrane, like the inside of. WebMD's Penis Anatomy Page provides a diagram of the penis and describes its function, parts, and conditions that can affect the penis. In circumcised men, the foreskin is surgically removed Author: Matthew Hoffman, MD.