How to Circumcise Yourself at Home?

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While it may be tempting to perform such a personal operation in the comfort of your own home, it really isn't a wise idea. You should find a doctor that you trust and have the procedure done in a medical environment.
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To circumcise yourself at home, you would have to remove the excess of foreskin on your penis. This can be extremely painful. Also, if needs to be done in a sterile environment, as to prevent infection. Go to the doctor to have this done.
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