It is a urological emergency in which the retracted foreskin of an uncircumcised male can not return to its normal anatomical position.
The pathological parafimosis is often treated with circumcision when swelling and tenderness occurs.
Now many doctors prefer the prepucioplasty since this procedure produces minimal pain compared to circumcision and also the time required for recovery is also much lower. These approaches provide relief in the symptoms of phimosis and narrow foreskin problems.
Phimosis is a condition or disorder seen in young people, where the foreskin of the penis can not retract completely inside the glans.
When the foreskin can not be retracted in some adults and babies is also called preputial stenosis because it is not loose. This state can be physically and emotionally painful.
Phimosis is usually caused by a birth defect, however sometimes it occurs due to an infection called pathological phimosis . The intensity of changes in condition and deformities due to trauma can also lead to a urological problem.
The failure of the foreskin during the growth of loosening is the main reason for phimosis causing scars and stenosis of the preputial ring.
In most of the times, this state is not painful; However, when the genital area is not kept clean, sensitivity, redness, swelling and discharge may later appear, making urination and sexual intercourse painful.
The diagnosis of phimosis is usually made by means of a physical examination. In general, almost all men begin to cry only when there is a painful discharge or urinary obstruction; However, if the disease does not produce obvious difficulties, it does not need to be treated, but when symptoms of urology occur, it is much better to treat yourself with the treatment indicated by your doctor.
Treatment of paraphimosis
There are two forms of treatment given to this condition, which can be surgical and non-surgical, based on and determined according to the management of the disease. Normally non-steroidal topical creams are supplied and the steroids are applied to the foreskin. For example, betamethasone can be applied to decrease symptoms.
The foreskin can be lengthened to enlarge the opening slowly, which really takes place with the help of the addition of a balloon. This treatment gives relief over a period of time.
Surgical treatment includes procedures to widen the opening or complete removal of the foreskin. The ventral cleft, dorsal cleft, circumcision, and prepucioplasty will be the common surgical approaches used to treat this disease.