Parents Guide

Aug 15, 2013 Posted by Nathan

Congratulations! It’s a boy! Your head is spinning from all the advice from friends, relatives, and even good-intentioned strangers at restaurants. You stayed up late last night comparing a dozen different parenting books on Amazon. You’re both excited and overwhelmed by the bundle of joy coming into your life.

Now what about circumcision? Dr. Oz was on TV the other day making a compelling case for it, but something inside you has doubts about asking a doctor to clamp down a perfectly healthy 6 pound newborn boy and cut off part of his penis on his first day of life.

You’re correct to be your concerned! There is absolutely no need to circumcise a healthy newborn boy. In this section, we’re going to cover all the details to help you make an informed decision about your newborn son.

Here are some question topics of interest to expectant parents:

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About the Author, NathanNathan

I created Foreskin Facts to educate the public about the risks and effects of circumcision. The foreskin is a healthy, natural part of the male anatomy. It should not be cut off for misconceptions about hygiene, social pressure, religious traditions, or HIV/AIDS prevention. Read More About Nathan ›