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Stapler Circumcision / ZSR Circumcision

- By Dr Vikas Singh,
M.B.B.S., M.S., M.Ch.
Urologist, Genito Uro Oncologist and Kidney Transplant Surgeon,
Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Indore.

ZSR or stapler circumcision is bloodless procedure for tight prepuce of Phimosis
stapler circumcision by best urologist in indore Dr Vikas Singh for tight foreskin and phimosis

At Kokilaben Hospital, Dr. Vikas Singh performs every types of circumcision including Cosmetic, Stapler, LASER and Conventional.

Stapler circumcision is a medical procedure that is used to remove the foreskin from the penis using a stapler device. This procedure is often recommended for patients who have conditions such as phimosis, which is a tight foreskin that can make it difficult to urinate or have sexual intercourse.

Below is a patient information brochure that will provide you with detailed information about stapler circumcision, its benefits, and what you can expect during and after the procedure.


What is stapler or  ZSR circumcision?

Stapler or ZSR circumcision is a surgical procedure that is used to remove the foreskin from the penis using a stapler device. This procedure is often recommended for patients who have conditions such as phimosis or other  conditions that require the removal of the foreskin.

Does Dr Vikas perform this operation at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital Indore ?

Yes, Dr Vikas Singh does this type of circumcision at this hospital.

Is this operation covered under mediclaim?
Yes, this surgery is covered under mediclaim policy.
How is the procedure performed?

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia. Once the area is numb, the urologist will use a stapler device to remove the foreskin. The procedure typically takes about 30 to 45 minutes to complete.


What are the benefits of stapler  / ZSR circumcision vs conventional suture method?

Stapler circumcision is a modern alternative to conventional circumcision that has gained popularity in recent years due to its many benefits. Unlike traditional circumcision, which involves removing the foreskin with a scalpel, stapler circumcision utilizes a medical device to cut and seal the foreskin in a single step.

One of the most significant benefits of stapler circumcision is its reduced risk of bleeding and infection. Since the device seals the wound as it cuts, there is less risk of bleeding or infection than with a conventional circumcision. Additionally, stapler circumcision typically requires less time to perform and has a shorter recovery period.

Another advantage of stapler circumcision is its cosmetic outcome. The procedure produces a clean, smooth result with less scarring than traditional circumcision. This can improve self-esteem and sexual confidence for patients.

Stapler circumcision is also associated with less pain during and after the procedure, as well as reduced risk of complications such as skin bridges or excessive skin removal.

It is important to note that every patient is unique, and the benefits of stapler circumcision may vary depending on individual circumstances. Patients considering circumcision should consult with a qualified healthcare professional to discuss the best options for their specific needs.

What are the risks associated with stapler circumcision?

As with any medical procedure, there are some risks associated with stapler / ZSR circumcision. These risks include:

  1. Bleeding: There is a risk of bleeding during or after the procedure.

  2. Infection: There is a risk of infection at the site of the incision.

  3. Pain: Patients may experience pain or discomfort after the procedure.


What can I expect during the recovery process?

After the procedure, patients may experience some pain or discomfort in the area. It is important to keep the area clean and dry to prevent infection. Patients should avoid sexual activity and strenuous exercise for at least four weeks after the procedure. Most patients are able to return to work or school within a few days of the procedure.


How long does it take to heal after stapler / ZSR circumcision?

It typically takes about two to three weeks for the area to fully heal after stapler circumcision. During this time, patients should avoid sexual activity and strenuous exercise to allow the area to heal properly.


Will I experience any changes in sensation or sexual function after stapler circumcision?

Some men may experience changes in sensation or sexual function after stapler circumcision. However, most men report improved sexual function after the procedure

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