Circumcision reduces men’s AIDS risk 60%

Studies of circumcision’s sexual impact

Bossio, J.A. et al. “Examining Penile Sensitivity in Neonatally Circumcised and Intact Men Using Quantitative Sensory Testing,” Journal of Urology (2016) 195:1848.

Bronselaer, G.A. et al. “Male Circumcision Decreases Penile Sensitivity As Measured in a Large Cohort,” BJU International (2013) 111:820.

Homfray, V. et al. “Examining the Association Between Male Circumcision and Sexual Function: Evidence from a British Probability Survey,” AIDS (2015) 29:1411.

Kigozi, G. et al. “The Effect of Male Circumcision on Sexual Satisfaction and Function: Results from a Randomized Trial of Male Circumcision for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Prevention in Rakai, Uganda,” BJU [formerly British Journal of Urology] (2008) 101:65.

Krieger, J.N. et al. “Adult Male Circumcision: Effects on Sexual Function and Satisfaction in Kisumuy, Kenya,” Journal of Sexual Medicine (2008) 5:2610.

Laumann, E.O. et al. “Circumcision in the United States: Prevalence, Prophylactic Effects, and Sexual Practice,” Journal of the American Medical Association (1997) 277:1052.

Malkoc, E. et al. “Free Nerve Ending Density on Skin Extracted by Circumcision and Its Relation to Premature Ejaculation,” Journal of Andrology (2012) 33:1263.

Morris, B.J. et al. “Does Male Circumcision Affect Sexual Function, Sensitivity, or Satisfaction? A Systematic Review,” Journal of Sexual Medicine (2013) 10:2644.

Richters, J. et al. “Circumcision in Australia: Prevalence and Effects on Sexual Health,” International Journal of STDs and AIDS (2006) 17:547.

Sneppen, I. and J. Thorup. “Foreskin Morbidity in Uncircumcised Males,” Pediatrics (2016) 137(5) e20154340; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2015-4340

Yang, Y. et al. “Circumcision Does Not Have Effect on Premature Ejaculation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis,” Andrologia (2017)  DoOI 10.1111/and.12851.