Adult Circumcision Clinic for Men in Sydney, NSW
Circumcision Surgery for Adults
Adult Circumcision is performed on-site here at the Gentle Procedures Clinic location in Sydney.
No hospital visit or doctor’s referral is required.
Adult men come to our dedicated circumcision clinic from across New South Wales and beyond.
With our combination of local anaesthetic, our quick surgical technique, and our use of skin glue, we provide a fast, convenient, and comfortable adult circumcision procedure.
Here is a summary of the adult circumcision process. In addition to the steps below, most adult circumcision clients will have an initial consultation appointment in our clinic.
Please contact us today if you would like a consultation and please read on for detail on what will happen on the day of your procedure:
Please go ahead and request a consultation appointment with Dr. Sharier if you are considering getting circumcised as an adult. The initial consultation can be done by phone.
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Adult Circumcision, Right Here in Sydney
There are a number of reasons why men may choose to get circumcised at an adult age. Some require circumcision as a cure for conditions like phimosis (an overly tight foreskin), inflammation (balanitis), and infection, while others choose circumcision for cosmetic and personal reasons. Whatever the reason for your choice to have circumcision later in life, we will be pleased to consult with you and schedule a surgery at your convenience.
With our skin glue closure method, instead of the standard suture technique, we are able to obtain excellent cosmetic outcomes without the typical multiple suture track marks in the skin. Adult circumcision procedures in our clinic can offer good results with little discomfort.
For more information, or to schedule to speak with our doctor, please contact us today. Appointments are generally available within a short time and no referral is required. Our experienced doctor performs circumcision for men of all ages.
Adult Circumcision Costs in NSW – Medicare Coverage?
The public health insurance program – Medicare – partially covers adult circumcision only in cases where the procedure can be classified as medically necessary for the man. This means that the great majority of adult circumcisions performed at our NSW adult circumcision clinic are paid for directly by the patient.
You can consult with your private health insurer to determine if any coverage may be available in your case, if you have a private health plan.
If you would like more detail on adult circumcision costs, please use the Circumcision Cost Confirmation form to send us your inquiry and we will reply fast with the detail you require.
Getting Circumcised at Your Age
We are often asked; “Am I too old to get circumcised?” and the answer is pretty much always “no”. Men and youth of all ages have the surgery in our adult circumcision clinic. You can also find additional information regarding circumcision for babies, older boys and teens on dedicated pages on this website.
The most common age range for adult circumcision is 18 – 50 years old, but the procedure is regularly performed on a larger age range as requested for medical and personal reasons. The medical team at our clinic are experts at circumcising men of all ages, and we have collectively performed over 100,000 circumcision procedures in our affiliated clinics in Australia, Canada and the United States.
If you are travelling interstate or from overseas it is best to plan to stay 2 days in Sydney to be on the safe side.
The Sydney Adult Circumcision Procedure
Our clinic offers the advantage of being focused on circumcision procedures. Our internal processes are optimized to deliver a high quality of care to men requiring a circumcision.
The details below provide an overview of how your surgery will be performed and what to expect afterwards. You will receive detailed written instructions for post-surgery care as well as consult one-on-one with Doctor Mohammad Sharier.
Our team is available after surgery as required to answer your questions and to react quickly in the unlikely event that there are any problems.
Dr. Sharier will be reachable anytime in the days following your adult circumcision procedure. You will have his direct personal phone number.
Dr Sharier will give a local anaesthetic injection known as a dorsal penile block with a combination of short and long acting local anaesthetic agents. For patients who are afraid of needles, Dr Sharier will give you either local anaesthetic gel/spray/happy gas to completely relax you and do the freezing part with a virtually painless technique.
The procedure itself will take about 15-20 minutes once the penis has been anesthetized. Dr Sharier will use a Mogen Clamp to do the circumcision with Pollock Technique™.
You are required to stay at or circumcision clinic for one to one and half hours in total.
You cannot drive for at least 6-8 hours post procedures. So our advice is to take a taxi, catch a train, or get picked up by family or friends after the procedure.
Follow-up is required in day two for dressing changes and then a week later etc.
The morning of your circumcision we recommend that you avoid coffee and other caffeinated beverages or stimulants. It is best if you are both physically and mentally calm. Bring your headphones and listen to your favourite relaxing music on your phone or other small music player during the surgery.
Do your best to have a good sleep the night before and follow your normal breakfast routine (except for minimizing coffee) so that you will feel your normal self. Some patients find it stressful to skip coffee and if you are one of those people who really need their coffee in the morning maybe just have one cup.
The goal is to minimize your stress, so have a cup of coffee if skipping it is will cause distress. We recommend that the patient have someone come with them to drive them home as well.
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Adult Circumcision FAQ
Most adult circumcision patients find that there is minimal pain post operatively. Expect some mild discomfort after your procedure for a couple days just like with any surgery, after which there may be some discomfort during the first 2 weeks with nocturnal erections but they are generally mild.
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After the Procedure
Your penis will be swollen for the first few weeks. It is generally not very painful, and simple pain relievers are all you usually need.
You will have a dressing over the head of your penis. Please follow the doctor’s directions about when to remove it. Wear snug fitting underwear that will hold the penis upright. This will help the swelling go down.
You can return to work and your normal routine when you feel ready to.
Dr Sharier advises taking 1-2 weeks off for office/sedentary work and 2-3 weeks for manual/physical work. Some men return to sedentary work as soon as 3 – 4 days after circumcision.
The information on this page gives you a general idea about how long it will take for you to recover, but each person recovers at a different pace. Follow the care instructions to heal as fast as possible.
Dr. Sharier will address your specific case and your detailed questions
Post Circumcision Rest – Activities to Avoid
Rest when you feel tired. Getting enough sleep will help you recover fast. You may shower when you no longer have a bandage on your penis. Pat the cut (incision) dry. You may also take short baths if you wish.
Avoid strenuous activities, such as bicycle riding, jogging, weight lifting, or aerobic exercise, for 4 weeks or until your doctor says it is okay. You can return to work and normal activities, including driving, when you are comfortable doing them.
What to eat after circumcision as an adult
You can eat your normal diet. There is no medical reason to change from your usual meals in the days after getting circumcised. You will likely prefer to eat at home at least for the first day or two to maximize your comfort.
Ice and elevation
Sex after circumcision
Care after circumcision
Your doctor will tell you if and when you can restart your medications. He will also give you instructions about taking any new medications.
If you take blood thinners, or aspirin, be sure to talk to your doctor. Dr Sharier will tell you if and when to start taking those medications again. Make sure that you understand exactly what your doctor wants you to do.
Take pain medications exactly as directed. If the doctor gave you a prescription medication for pain, take it as prescribed. If you are not taking a prescription pain medication, ask your doctor if you can take an over-the-counter medication.
Do not take two or more pain medications at the same time unless the doctor told you to. Many pain medicines have paracetamol, which is Panadol. Too much Panadol can be harmful.
If you think your pain medicine is making you sick to your stomach:
- Take your medicine after meals (unless your doctor has told you not to).
- Ask your doctor for a different pain medicine.
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