Although no one really wants to acknowledge it, it happens, and knowing what to do for a botched circumcision is essential when it occurs. The act of circumcision is considered, by many to be a "holy rite". A botched circumcision, however, is more common than people might like to think. If you ever have a botched circumcision, deal with it ASAP; and read this article!
Assess the damage. Many of us would not know what to do for a botched circumcision because it was done to us as a child involuntarily. The procedure, it should be noted, isn't really considered "natural" by many opponents of it. Yet, it is still possible to live with a botched circumcision, fix it, and have a happy, productive life.
See a doctor. Obviously, the only person who can give adequate medical care when it comes to a botched circumcision is a licensed medical professional. Make an appointment with your general practitioner and have the situation looked at. He/she may recommend you go to a specialist, which you should do immediately, if so.
Don't worry. At this point in time, having an anxiety attack over something you can't control nor help anymore is pointless. Obviously, worrying will do nothing but hold you back from getting adequate medical care. Relax, mediate if you need to, and just make sure your mental health is a-okay. A botched circumcision can weigh heavily on a man, just make sure that man isn't you.
Understand that extensive operations may be a requirement. The average man doesn't know what to do for a botched circumcision. Heck, no one wants to be in that predicament in the first place. Yet, the only way out, for many people who suffer the effects of this, is another surgery that will correct or work to minimalize the effects of the botched circumcision.
It's often very complicated to deal with a botched circumcision, as no situation is the same as another. Erectile dysfunction, penile adhesions, and a wide variety of diseases can affect a person with a poor circumcision, and it is important to get the situation dealt with as soon as humanly possible. Knowing what to do for a botched circumcision, in the end, should be dictated by your doctor and not by any information you have read on your own.