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'''Female Genital Mutilation''' (FGM) is a practice common in certain parts of the world, especially where traditionalist and [[fundamentalist]] faiths reign.  It is seen especially in parts of [[Asia]], the [[Middle East]], and East [[Africa]].  There are many types of FGM, but most share the common characteristics of involuntary mutilation of the clitoris.  There are many potential genito-urinary complications, including decreased sexual pleasure, infection, increase in danger of childbirth and urinary incontinence.   
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'''Female Genital Mutilation''' (FGM) is a practice common in certain parts of the world, especially where traditionalist and [[fundamentalist]] faiths reign.  It is seen especially in parts of [[Asia]], the [[Middle East]], and East [[Africa]].  There are many types of FGM, but most share the common characteristics of involuntary mutilation.  There are many potential genito-urinary complications, including decreased sexual pleasure, infection, increase in danger of childbirth and urinary incontinence.   
  
 
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Revision as of 12:32, 23 October 2008

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a practice common in certain parts of the world, especially where traditionalist and fundamentalist faiths reign. It is seen especially in parts of Asia, the Middle East, and East Africa. There are many types of FGM, but most share the common characteristics of involuntary mutilation. There are many potential genito-urinary complications, including decreased sexual pleasure, infection, increase in danger of childbirth and urinary incontinence.

References

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs241/en/