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These included hemorrhage (0.8%), infection (0.3%) and requirement to return to theatre (0.5%).
The fear lies in the chemicals that can be found in the fragrance and wax.In the South African RCT, 3.8% had an adverse event as follows: pain (0.8%), excessive bleeding (0.6%), infection (0.2%), swelling or hematoma (0.6%), problems with appearance (0.6%), damage to the penis (0.3%), insufficient skin removed (0.3%), delayed wound healing (0.1%), anesthesia-related event (0.06%) [Auvert et al., 2005].At 21 months follow-up the following were seen in 1.0%: problem with urinating (0.3%), dissatisfaction with the appearance of the penis (0.4%), mild or moderate erectile dysfunction (0.4%).One man had an adverse reaction to an excess of the local anesthetic.In this trial, 96% of the men had returned to normal activities, including work, by day 3 following circumcision.At 3 days 48% reported no pain, 52% mild pain, and none had severe pain.
By the 8 day visit 89% reported no pain and 11% mild pain.
While more research certainly needs to be done to make a truly definitive statement, some researchers feel that extended, long-term use of certain scented items might lead to asthma, lung damage, or — in extreme cases — even cancer.
shows that candles with more fragrance in them produce more soot, and the agency suggests choosing unscented candles to reduce this leftover debris.
But some of the results from recent studies have given us pause about scented decor.
In started when we spied an article by John Naish of the – the reporter said he found evidence to suggest that scented candles could actually make us quite sick.
In the Ugandan RCT the rate of moderate adverse events was 3% and severe 0.2% [Gray et al., 2007a], i.e., 1 event per 500 surgeries.