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Circumcision Complications

The most common complications that arise from circumcision are during or following the operation. This can cause severe bleeding and infection. Patients with a bleeding diathesis, coagulopathies, or a history of trauma are not candidates for simple circumcision.

They require special care during the procedure and are often referred to a pediatrician. Despite the importance of following basic precautions, these patients can still have serious consequences. Postoperative complications are more common in older children than in younger ones. One-third of these children require revision. The number of babies over three months old required postoperative intervention.

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