Melbourne Circumcision Clinic For Adult, Baby & Teen/Boy
Mr El Masri is NOT a medical practitioner and cannot perform any medical circumcisions.
Parents are faced with many important decisions throughout their child’s life on how best to establish the building blocks of optimum health, self-esteem and quality of life. A decision that is best considered early on in your son’s life is whether or not to circumcise.
We at Islamic Circumcision Centre offer a safe and traditional Islamic way of Circumcision. Our procedure is performed on boys from birth to adulthood. Further to our welcoming centre, we can come to you in the comfort of your own home. The procedure takes very little time and is very safe. Some of the key benefits include eliminated risk of infections of the foreskin, decreased risk of prostate cancer and decreased risk of HIV.
As a third generation ritual circumciser, and over 20 years personal experience, your son is in a safe hands. Let us help turn a difficult decision into one of the best decisions made for your son.
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What is Circumcision?
Boys are born with a hood of skin, called the foreskin, covering the head of the penis. In circumcision, the foreskin is surgically removed, exposing the end of the penis. Circumcision rates have been estimated at around 60% nationally in Australia. Please click below to learn more about baby circumcision at our clinic.
How is Circumcision Performed?
Brother Louay El Masri uses a virtually painless circumcision technique that applies a Mogen clamp with a long-acting local anesthetic. Learn more by clicking below. Contact us anytime at our Melbourne circumcision clinic, and we will be pleased to answer your questions or schedule an appointment.
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Balanitis is an inflammation of the skin covering the head of the penis. A similar condition, Balanoposthitis refers to inflammation of the head and the foreskin. Both cause swelling, rash, pain and foul-smelling discharge.
Phimosis is a condition involving a tight foreskin that cannot be completely pulled back. This makes cleaning under the skin and passing urine difficult.
The use of condoms is essential for good sexual health regardless of circumcision. It is worth noting, however, that the risk of many STDs from HIV to genital warts is reduced by the genital hygiene effects of circumcision.
Because any infectious bacteria or viruses living under a foreskin are transferred into the female during sexual contact, circumcision reduces the transmission of diseases like Chlamydia and the associated HPV virus which causes cervical cancer.
Reduce the risk of HIV by up to 60%. The recent rise in the incidence of HIV infection among heterosexual Australians has led to a call by some physicians for the reintroduction of routine circumcision in infants as a preventative measure.
Penile Cancer is a rare but serious disease that rarely occurs in circumcised males.
Urinary tract infections are particularly dangerous in infancy and in 40% of cases can lead to kidney inflammation and disease.
Prostate Cancer is a malignant tumour, and one of the most common types of cancer in men. It usually grows very slowly.