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In women circumcision of the male partner provides substantial protection from cervical cancer, genital herpes, bacterial vaginosis (formerly termed "gardnerella"), possibly Chlamydia (that can cause pelvic inflammatory disease, infertility, and ectopic pregnancy), and other infections.
Circumcision has socio-sexual benefits and reduces sexual problems with age and diabetes.
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The benefits exceed the risks by over 100 to 1, and if the level of suffering and fatalities are taken into account in men and their sexual partners the benefit is orders of magnitude higher than this.
In experienced hands, this common, inexpensive, simple procedure is very safe, and can be pain-free.
Although it can be performed at any age, the ideal time is early in infancy. The public health benefits are enormous, and include protection from urinary tract infections, that are common over the lifetime and often cause permanent kidney damage in babies, phimosis, paraphimosis, thrush, and inflammatory skin conditions such as balanitis and balanoposthitis, inferior genital hygiene, smegma, sexually transmitted HIV, oncogenic types of human papillomavirus, genital herpes, trichomonas, mycoplasma, syphilis and chancroid, penile cancer, and prostate cancer.
The author is a professor ameritus in the medical faculty of the University of Sydney.
He has over 46 years of scientific research experience and more than 380 research publications, including over 87 on circumcision, mostly in peer-reviewed international journals.