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We believe that you should have the freedom to choose the treatment that's right for you, rather than being told where, when and with whom you can be treated.

Because we are independent we have chosen to work with the best doctors we know and only list high quality hospitals and clinics.

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Frequently asked questions

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What is a Circumcision?

A Circumcision is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of the foreskin, a fold of skin covering the head of the penis. It is performed for various reasons, including religious or cultural traditions, hygiene, and medical indications.

What are the advantages of a Circumcision?

A Circumcision presents several advantages. It facilitates easier genital hygiene by reducing the risk of smegma accumulation, minimizing the potential for infections and unpleasant odors. In infants, circumcision is associated with a lower risk of urinary tract infections and may provide some protection against sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Additionally, the procedure can prevent conditions like phimosis and paraphimosis, where the foreskin experiences tightness or difficulty retracting. Furthermore, circumcision may contribute to a decreased risk of penile cancer, a rare but serious condition. These benefits make circumcision a proactive choice for various health considerations.

What are the possible risks of a Circumcision?

Circumcision, while generally safe, comes with potential risks. Infection at the surgical site is a low-risk possibility, minimized with proper postoperative care. While uncommon, some bleeding may occur during or after the procedure. Pain and discomfort are common during the initial healing days. Temporary irritation and swelling around the surgical area can also occur. It's crucial to be aware that circumcision is a permanent alteration, raising concerns about cosmetic outcomes or potential changes in sexual function. Understanding these risks is essential for individuals considering circumcision, emphasizing the importance of informed decision-making and postoperative care.

What happens after?

After circumcision, it is common to experience some degree of pain, swelling, and redness in the genital area. These symptoms are typically temporary and can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers and proper wound care. Recovery time varies but usually takes a few weeks. After circumcision, it is essential to monitor for any signs of infection or complications, such as excessive bleeding. Most individuals can return to their regular activities once the healing process is complete.

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Our procedures

At Get Well Soon we specialise in elective procedures. Elective surgery is different from urgent or emergency surgery, where the patient’s life might be in danger but
we understand that for many patients, these conditions
an often be debilitating and painful.

Elective procedures are often the sort of operations that the NHS are unable to prioritise, so seeing a doctor privately may be the only way you can have your
condition treated quickly.

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