Circumcision

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There are plausible explanations based on human biology for how circumcision can decrease the likelihood of female-to-male HIV transmission. The superficial skin layers of the penis contain Langerhans cells, which are targeted by HIV; removing the foreskin reduces the number of these cells. When an uncircumcised. Keep in mind that these instructions apply to adolescent and adult males. The foreskins of babies and young children may still be attached to the penis and should not be forcibly retracted. For more information on caring for a child's penis, talk to your pediatrician. Next question: What medical conditions can affect the.

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There are plausible explanations based on human biology for how circumcision can decrease the likelihood of female-to-male HIV transmission. The superficial skin layers of the penis contain Langerhans cells, which are targeted by HIV; removing the foreskin reduces the number of these cells. When an uncircumcised. In male human anatomy, the foreskin is the double-layered fold of smooth muscle tissue, blood vessels, neurons, skin, and mucous membrane part of the penis that covers and protects the glans penis and the urinary meatus. It is also described as the prepuce, a technically broader term that also includes the clitoral hood in  ‎Description · ‎Development · ‎Functions · ‎Surgical and non-surgical.


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