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I had a T.U.R.P. procedure, a reaming out of the channel going through my prostate. The surgeon doing the work really did a sloppy job. I ended up having an extra orifice to pee through. He had made a tiny opening above the normal exit of the urethra. As if that wasn't bad enough he also damaged my foreskin. That and the inside of the urethra was somewhat more chewed up by the procedure than needs be. Anyway, for those who were circumcised at birth, not me, you really have missed something. I miss my bit of skin even though it adds to personal care of those soft bits. There is additional sensitivity in that which is pleasant to have, more nerve endings I suppose. The whole problem for some is in not taking adequate safety precautions when having sex. The foreskin can be a nice warm, moist, breeding ground for all sorts of bacteria, etc. Do the world and your sexual partner/s and yourself a huge favor and keep yourself clean and use prophylactic devices as required. That's much better than living without a foreskin because some misinformed doctor and or parent decided that is the right thing to do.
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