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When the female marries, here genitals are subject to further trauma by the bridegroom, who either tears or cuts the infibulation to make sexual penetration possible and then delays the healing of the wound by repeated intercourse. Further trauma occurs each time the female gives birth, when the infibulation must be incised anteriorly to permit the delivery of the newborn. Afterward the infibulation is again sewn shut. The age at which a girl is subjected to circumcision may vary from early infancy to the birth of her first child, depending on the prevailing custom of the area or tribe. Throughout Africa, the tendency is to perform the surgery at younger ages because "a small boy is more easily managed.
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Instruments used include razor blades, kitchen knives, scissors, and pieces of glass. Within recent years, some medical wanhing has been made available to these practitioners, and in many African cities, circumcisions are now performed in a rudimentary clinic. Local anesthesia and antibiotics are used. Health-care providers should be educated to cut the patient's circumcision scar during the second stage of labor to prevent tearing. While these Ladies wanting sex in port sudan techniques tend to reduce fatalities and immediate postcircumcision complications, such as hemorrhage, infection, fever, and shock from pain, the long-term effects, particularly when infibulation occurs, are much the same.
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When possible, a female physician or nurse should perform the pelvic examination on the circumcised woman Parents fear leaving Man dating advice Ladies wanting sex in port sudan uncircumcised because that is equated with low-class status swx dishonor and may lead to social ostracism from the tribe or clan. Circumcision increases the African girl's Ladies wanting sex in port sudan of contracting a favorable marriage and her family's chances of obtaining a high Ladies wanting sex in port sudan for the sjdan. The lives of the many circumcised and infibulated women in Africa tend to be dudan by predictable, recurring episodes of extreme anxiety due to anticipated and inescapable pain.
The female experiences anxiety when she faces the prospect of marriage and having the infibulation torn or cut by the husband or midwife. During the initial marital period, after the infibulation is opened, sexual intercourse brings pain and anxiety until the Ldies heals. Each time a woman gives birth, the infibulation must be cut. Delivery without professional assistance may be life threatening because of obstruction by the inelastic scar tissue from the original infibulation. The infibulation usually is resutured after the delivery. The infibulated woman who needs care in the Western medical setting also experiences an entirely new potr of anxiety i.
Many women for countries where female circumcision is the norm visit or move to the United States, so nurses here may have opportunities to care for women who have been circumcised or infibulated. These women know that health-care providers in the United States know nothing about circumcised women's unique problems. During interview sessions with several women who were infibulated as young girls, the women expressed hope that physicians and nurses would be knowledgeable about the custom of female circumcision and infibulation. These women dread pelvic examinations because most infibulations result in a tight introitus and may cause increased sensitivity to pain in the genital area.
However, many women are taught not to express pain related to pelvic examinations, labor, and delivery. Although the women may not exhibit verbal or nonverbal responses to pain, they may later confide that their examination was excruciating. Genital examinations by male physicians or exposure of the patient in the presence of male trainees or practitioners may be considered demeaning or ever sexually abusive by persons from a culture that demands female health-care providers for its women. When dealing with circumcised women, health-care providers should remember that many of these patients come from cultures in which a woman must first obtain permission from a male family member before she can receive health care.
If the examining physician is male, the woman can be prevented from being examined no matter how ill she may be. Whenever possible, female physicians and nurses should conduct the examinations. The caretaking practitioner must remember that these women's lives and reputations may depend on their demonstrated modesty. Infibulated women who were interviewed expressed the hope that physicians and nurses would be knowledgeable about the widespread practice of circumcision and infibulation in their cultures. Nursing traditionally prides itself on a family focus, which is doubly important when working with different cultures.
Every effort must be made to establish a rapport with the male family member, who from his perspective, is doing everything he can to protect his wife, daughter, or sister. An excessively hasty and ill-considered application of Western medical standards to these patients and their families could be interpreted by them as a form of sexual and psychologic abuse. The women interviewed feared receiving poor care during pregnancy, particularly at the time time of delivery. If the delivery protocol used in countries where the majority of women are infibulated could be adapted for use in the United States, severe tears during actual delivery could be prevented.
The following protocol has been shared by a physician from Sudan, who recommends that the circumcision scar, which consists of a flap of skin enclosing the upper part of the vestibule, be incised during the second stage of labor: The index finger of the left hand is inserted through the introitus and directed to the pubis. After injecting a local anesthesia, the flap of skin anterior to it is raised Figure 1. Using a pair of scissors this is cut in the mid-longitudinal line. The introitus is thus widened and the urethral opening exposed Figure 2. If a finger cannot be inserted through the introitus, a small scar is first made at twelve o'clock, and after determining the upper limit of the flap, the incision is completed.
If there is an indication for an episiotomy, this may also be performed. In Sudan, after delivery the two edges of the decircumcision wound are approximated and sutured together in one layer using interrupted stitches of absorbable suture material Figure 3. The care of the wound is the same as that for an episiotomy. If this procedure is followed and the circumcision scar is cut before the usual episiotomy, the inelastic tissue will not be as likely to tear. Indeed, there may not be a need for a lower episiotomy to be done at all.
There have been occasions in which a physician has not agreed to the repair desired and the family has chosen a less safe home birth with an untrained lay midwife or friends. Some attempt should be made to inform or persuade the client and her husband of the health benefits of a less severe repair. Fahtma feels strongly about this: I have suffered a lot with the first two children that I had in Sudan. For 40 days, I could do nothing but lie it bed. I could not walk or do my housework because they had sewn me so tightly again.
When I had my other two children in the United States, they sewed only what they had to, and after seven days I was as good as new. I had no problems at all. Women in Africa traditionally have been regarded as property; they are now becoming aware of their human rights. They accept the long-term health consequences of being circumcised as being simply "a woman's lot. I was deceived by my classmate and after he knew that I was pregnant, the guy disowned me immediately and my parents dismissed me from family house.
I have nowhere to go then I decided to go to Sudan. As I just reached to Aru [Ugandan town close to Sudan border], I got a tall Sudanese man who loved me at a lodge and I started to have sex with him that night.
On my way to Juba, he told the migration office that this is my wife and I was allowed to enter into Sudan through his approach to Sudanese Ladies wanting sex in port sudan authority," the Ugandan lady narrated. An Ethiopian sex worker, Ms. Fruiti Magabsi, said the proximity of her country made it easier to travel to Sudan. I managed to arrive Sudan through my friend who was a South Sudanese soldier who [previously] got trained in Ethiopia. He told me to visit Sudan. I was a married woman in Ethiopia but this Sudanese man influenced me to leave my husband.
He always told me that he was not married and he was also a big man in Government of Southern Sudan. The guy had a lot of money in his wallet and all the money were Dollars with Euros. I decided to leave my two children and joined this man in hotel and I followed him to [southern] Sudan through his instructions using Kenya road by land while he traveled by air leaving me behind. I wondered what to do; I started to sell myself to men in lower price for me to sustain life. I sold myself to sleep with man with 50 Sudanese pounds.
I managed to get two thousand Sudanese pounds in one week. I do use condom when I go for [sexual] intercourse with men because I see them so much thin. Many of men always rejected to sleep with me using condom during sexual intercourse. I told them to use condoms but they rejected my advice, they demanded [preferred] to pay a lot of money to have [non-condom] sex with me," she said. There is no love in Juba, only money can prove [buy] everything," she said. Jenifer said that Juba is bridged to make wealth through sexual trade. They love sexual intercourse and they can pay what you demand them to pay before you go to have sex with him.
I decided to come to Sudan to make money and not to have love with one man in the Sudan. I am not ready to have a child with any Sudanese man at the moment but when I see time is near for me to return home, I will own one tall man to have a child with him and I will escape to my country while pregnant," she said. Entisar, said that "I left Khartoum when Lubna Hussein was harassed by Khartoum public police in trousers dress case. She complained that life in Khartoum as a girl is bad. You can love somebody in your heart but difficult to express yourself and for me I believe this is an insult to God.