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AURUM Men's Health ( Andrology and Urology)

AURUM Men's Health ( Andrology and Urology)

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₹700Consultation Fees
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Dr. Yasaswini Hemaeshwara Raju

General Surgeon
13 years experience overall

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650 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Gujar Basweshwar Shivanand

General Surgeon
20 years experience overall
500 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Prashant Hegde

General Surgeon
22 years experience overall
750 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Pinjala Ramakrishna

General Surgeon
40 years experience overall
1000 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Rajagopal V

38 years experience overall
1000 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. DVSLN Sharma

33 years experience overall
1000 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Raghupathi Rao Nandanavanam

General Surgeon
49 years experience overall
800 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. C Raja Krishna Prasad

General Surgeon
31 years experience overall
1000 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. P L Chary

General Surgeon
37 years experience overall
1500 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Rajasekhar Reddy

General Surgeon
29 years experience overall
1000 Consultation fee at clinic


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Circumcision in Hyderabad

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Circumcision?
Circumcision is a surgical procedure used to remove the skin covering the tip of the penis. The procedure is common for both newborn and adult men.

What are the benefits of Circumcision?

Following are some benefits of Circumcision:

  1. Reduce the risk of penile cancer, sexually transmitted diseases[STD’s] like HIV,  Urinary tract infections [UTI]
  2. Foreskin infections
  3. Prevent some conditions like phimosis [inability to pull back the foreskin], paraphimosis [restricted blood flow to the end of the penis], and balanitis [inflammation of glans]

What are the indications of Circumcision?

Following are the indications of Circumcision:

  1. Balanitis (Swelling of the head of the penis)
  2. Paraphimosis (restriction of the blood flow to the end of the penis)
  3. Phimosis (Unable to pull back the foreskin)
  4. Balanoposthitis (inflammation of the foreskin and penile tip)

What is the preparation required for Circumcision?

  1. The patient should discuss with the doctor about all the risks, complications, and benefits associated with Circumcision
  2. Inform the doctor about the present and past medical and medications history.
  3. The doctor may suggest the patient to undergo a few lab tests.
  4. Health condition of the patient may be evaluated before undergoing this procedure.

What are the steps involved in Circumcision?

Following are the steps involved in Circumcision and few steps may change according to the type of circumcision performed by your doctor:

  1. The genital area will be checked and sterile clothes will be placed over the body in a way that only the penis is exposed.
  2. This procedure can be performed using either local, general or regional anesthesia.
  3. For a newborn baby, anesthesia cream can be applied on the foreskin, or anesthesia to the dorsal nerve which controls the sensations of the penis [Dorsal penile nerve block], or numbing agent will be injected under the skin of the penis [Penile ring block] or Spinal anesthesia can be given.
  4. The tip of the penis and the foreskin will be separated to expose the head of the penis clearly. [This is performed in young boys, as the foreskin and tip are not separated].
  5. Smegma is removed, which holds the foreskin and tip of the penis.
  6. The foreskin will be cut in a vertical way on the upper side of the penis and the second cut is made on the lower side of the penis with the help of scissors.
  7. Then, the foreskin is cut on the sides of the penis and foreskin edges are pulled back.
  8. The blood vessels and the foreskin edges are closed with sutures.

What is the postprocedure care for Circumcision?

After the surgery, the adult patient is given a few pieces of advice regarding recovery time at home and they are:

  1. Avoid having sex for at least four to five weeks after the operation.
  2. Pain and swelling would occur up to 5 days after the procedure. 
  3. In such cases, pain killers are prescribed.
  4. Wear loose clothes for 3 to 4 days after completion of surgery.
  5. Consult your doctor immediately if you suffer from severe complications such as heavy bleeding, difficulty in urination and severe pain.
  6. The parents/caretaker must follow all the necessary care instructions for the baby as instructed by the doctor.
  7. The child should be worn in loose-fitting clothes.
  8. Petroleum jelly can be applied on the area to reduce the irritation.
  9. Maintain proper hygiene to avoid any infections.

Who can perform Circumcision?

Circumcision can be performed by :

  1. A Pediatrician
  2. A Surgeon
  3. A Urologist
  4. An Obstetrician
  5. A Family doctor who is experienced in performing a successful circumcision.

What can be the cost of Circumcision?

Following factors may affect the cost of Circumcision in Hyderabad:

  1. Type of surgery planned to be performed
  2. Patient age (adult/child)
  3. Doctor's fee
  4. Health condition of the patient
  5. Post-surgical complications that are involved
  6. Type of hospital
  7. Any other lab tests or examination tests such as X-ray, ECG, etc

Minimum cost in Hyderabad starts from Rs.3,500 

The average price in Hyderabad is approximately Rs.25,223

Maximum expenses in Hyderabad rise up to Rs.1,00,000

Is Circumcision a major surgery or minor surgery?

Circumcision is a minor surgery.

Who can undergo Circumcision?

Following are the individuals who can undergo Circumcision:

  1. All newborn male babies
  2. Adults and grown-ups with penile complications or conditions
  3. In some cases, parents wanted their children to undergo this procedure for religious beliefs

Who cannot undergo Circumcision?

Following are the individuals who cannot undergo Circumcision:

  1. Older men aged above 80 years
  2. Young or adult men with clotting disorders, infections, etc.

What are the complications and risks involved in Circumcision?

Following are the risks and complications of Circumcision:

  1. Infection, pain, and swelling of the penis may occur
  2. Urethral damage and difficulty in urination
  3. Blood loss
  4. The foreskin is cut too short or too long
  5. Improper healing of the wound
  6. Reattachment of the foreskin in rare cases

What is the recovery time of Circumcision?

Recovery time from Circumcision can be 7-10 days and depends on the health condition of the patient.

What is the success rate of Circumcision?

Following factors may affect the success rate of Circumcision:

  1. Patient's age
  2. Health condition of the patient
  3. Experience of the surgeon
  4. Type of surgery performed

However, the success rate of Circumcision maybe can range from 60- 80%.

Does Circumcision cause pain?

Generally, Circumcision is not painful. You may experience bruises or swelling for the first few days. Pain killer medicines would be prescribed by your doctor to relieve the pain.

What are the long-term effects of Circumcision?

The long-term outcomes or results of Circumcision are:

  1. Improvement in the erectile function
  2. Improved overall sexual satisfaction

What are the available options if Circumcision is not successful?

  1. If Circumcision is not successful, then the doctor may suggest a revision surgery.
  2. The surgery can be considered a failure if you see the presence of foreskin that is almost the same as before the procedure. 

What can be the alternatives for Circumcision?

The following are the alternatives for Circumcision:

  1. Topical steroid creams
  2. Manual stretching for tissue expansion
  3. Preputioplasty (minor slit on the dorsal side of the penis to widen the narrow foreskin)