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Foreskin Problems (cont.)

Foreskin Problems Prognosis

With either condition, timely treatment usually resolves of the problem. However, if either problem is neglected, the outlook can be poor, with recurrent urinary and kidney infections, gangrene, and even potential loss of the penis (by auto-amputation or dry gangrene.

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