Circumcision is performed rather commonly on newborns but not so often on adults. Unlike newborns, adults usually have a medical or religious reason for undergoing a circumcision. Patients may be suffering medical conditions such as phimosis, paraphimosis, recurrent balanitis, posthitir, preputial neoplasm’s, excessive prepuce redundancy and tears in the frenilum. However, the motive may be personal or social. Depending on the condition, the physician will administer anesthesia, local or general. Recovery time usually takes up to 6 weeks and all sexual activities are to be subsided until post recovery. Patients should make sure no bleeding or oozing occurs 48 hrs postoperative. If so, it is recommended to speak to a physician.