Are you or someone you know experiencing difficulty or pain in fully retracting the foreskin?

World’s first clinical trial of Australian conservative treatment for adult Phimosis

Professor David Gillatt is running an independent clinical trial of the Novoglan Foreskin Expander as used in the treatment of phimosis. is being considered as an alternative to circumcision. Professor Gillatt is leading the team at Macquarie University Hospital Sydney and Professor Eric Chung is leading the team at Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra hospital in Brisbane.

Circumcision surgery is invasive, permanent, expensive and can be problematic.

Accepting new applications for clinical trial consideration Now.

Click on either the Sydney or Brisbane clinical trial site below.

The main inclusion criteria for the clinical trial are:

18 years or older with inability to fully, normally and safely retract the foreskin •experiencing discomfort or pain

The main exclusion criteria are:
•Any known latex or silicone allergy •Any bleeding, ulcer or active infection of the penis

The clinical trial will be free of charge for Australian residents, non Medicare card holders may apply for special consideration.

Parking as well as transport costs to the Urology Clinic will be reimbursed.