Doctors for paraphimosis treatment in Delhi
INTRODUCTION TO PARAPHIMOSIS :
Surgery is not always the only option in many diseases, even when most of the doctor advised for surgery. This is because different systems of medicines follow different treatment strategies. Ayurvedic treatment is, by far, the most comprehensive and holistic system of medicine. It treats the disease right from the root, both internally and externally. While most of the other method of medicines try to manage the condition by providing quick relief from symptoms, Ayurveda aims to cure the disease completely.
Paraphimosis is one such disease that can be effectively treated with Ayurveda without any surgery provided the treatment should be done by the Ayurvedic doctors who are expert in treating Paraphimosis. Dr Manu Rajput and Dr Kanu Rajput of Sidri International are experienced ayurvedic sexologist in Delhi, Gurgaon and NCR-regions for the treatment of Paraphimosis without surgery.
Paraphimosis is considered as a severe urological condition and requires immediate medical intervention. The situation is characterized by the trapping of foreskin behind the glass of the penis and is unable to detract. This may lead to swelling, and the blood flow to the tip of the penis may be disrupted. Delay in treatment may lead to severe complications, including gangrene and damage or complete loss of glans penis.
The condition should not be confused with Phimosis, relatively a non-serious state, in which the foreskin is unable to pull back from the glans penis.
When the foreskin of the penis stays around the corona for an extended period, there formed a group of tissues that exerts pressure on the penis. This pressure reduces the venous blood flow and lymphatic flow from the prepuce and penis as a whole.
This condition leads to edema of the glans. Edema further pressurizes the penis, and the situation also worsens, this time affecting the arterial blood flow. This leads to edema, tissue necrosis, gangrene and ultimately amputation.
SYMPTOMS OF PARAPHIMOSIS
Following are the symptoms experienced by the person suffering from Paraphimosis:
Retracted foreskin: The patient has a retracted foreskin in the form of a band and lies just beneath the glans. In Paraphimosis, the penis foreskin stuck behind.
Urinary disorder: Patient suffering from Paraphimosis has difficulty in urination. Urinary retention is a common problem found in these patients.
Penile pain: Due to the retraction of the foreskin, the patient experiences pain in the penile region.
Swelling: The glans of the patient is swollen, although no swelling is present in the shaft of the penis. In Paraphimosis, swollen foreskin is not coming back to normal position.
Erythema and tenderness: Patient also experience erythema and tenderness in the region in which foreskin is restricted. This increases discomfort in patients.
Necrosis: As the blood supply is reduced or prevented due to the band of tissues, black tissue starts to appear on the glans. This may indicate the presence of necrosis.
CAUSES OF PARAPHIMOSIS
Paraphimosis is found in uncircumcised people. It may be caused either due to the mistake of medical professionals or the patient. Paraphimosis may also be caused due to various other reasons.
Following are some of the causes of Paraphimosis:
Patient at fault: When a person pulls back the skin, either during sex or while washing the penile region and do not remember to put it back to its place, it may lead to Paraphimosis.
During medical evaluation: Sometimes medical professional, while examining the penis, pulls the skin back and fails to put it back, the penis may swell, and the foreskin can be trapped behind the glans.
Bacterial infection: Bacterial infection and poor hygiene results in the inflammation. This may lead to Paraphimosis.
Diabetes: Unmanaged diabetes, with high sugar in the urine, may lead to chronic inflammation of penis and foreskin. It also increases the risk of infection.
Surgical swelling: If circumcision or other penile-related surgery is not done correctly, it may result in inflammation and Paraphimosis.
Vigorous intercourse: Vigorous sexual intercourse may cause injury to the genital area leading to Paraphimosis.
Catheterization: Urethral catheter is inserted by pulling back the foreskin. If the foreskin remains in the altered position, it may lead to Paraphimosis.