The benefits and risks

The benefits and risks associated with circumcision should associated with circumcision should be considered. A circumcised male is less likely that he will contract HPV/HIV. It also reduces your risk of contracting HPV/HIV in childhood. The risk of developing cervical carcinoma in the female partner of a circumcised male is lower than that of a woman married to one. The procedure is not without risks. However, the most serious ones are rare. Parents should also consider the cost and recovery times. The child will be covered in hospital gowns before the procedure. The doctor will place the child in a hospital gown. The doctor will then place the baby on his or her back on a table. The doctor will clean the area near the spine of the baby’s lower back, administer a local anesthetic, and then place the baby on his side. {The child will be completely asleep throughout the procedure. The child will remain asleep, but you need to monitor his eating and drinking. However you should be aware of your child’s eating habits and alcohol intake.|You should monitor your child’s alcohol and eating habits.} {The procedure is usually painless, and takes between 15 and 30 minutes. It usually takes between 15-30 minutes.|The procedure usually takes between 15 and 30 minutes.} It usually takes between 15 and 30 minutes. {An IV will be administered by a medical professional to give general anesthesia to your child. A medical professional will administer general anesthesia via IV. An IV will be placed by a doctor to administer general anesthesia. The IV will also keep your child still awake during the procedure.|Your child will be kept awake by the IV.} Your child will have to stay in hospital for several additional days. Your child will be required to stay in hospital for several days following the procedure. Your child will need to stop eating and drinking during surgery. Discuss with your child the possibility for constipation or bleeding. Parents should decide early if they are going to have to wait for their child to be ready. Many parents wait until their child’s ready to go before making the decision. Some parents wait until their child is ready for the procedure before they start. {Some parents prefer to circumcise babies as soon as possible. Some parents prefer to have their baby circumcised as soon as possible. Some parents prefer to circumcise their baby as soon after birth as possible. Others wait until later.|Some wait until later.} Some wait until later. Your child’s first meal will come a few weeks later. You will need confirmation that your child had the operation before you go to a hospital. You will notice a slight reddening of the penis for a few days, but no bleeding for several weeks. The penis will turn red for a few hours, but there won’t be any bleeding for several days. Your doctor will discuss how much fluid and food your child should consume after the surgery. Your doctor will discuss with you how much fluid and food to give your child after surgery. The procedure itself takes approximately 15 to 30 mins. You should ensure your child feels at ease with the doctor. You should allow your child to rest at least one day before surgery. You should always follow the instructions of the surgeon to make your child as comfortable as possible. {It is a good idea for your child to remain awake during the procedure. Your child will recover faster if you keep him awake. This will allow him to recover faster.|He will recover quicker if he is awake.} This will allow him to recover faster. You will need to keep to a consistent eating routine. {Your child will need to avoid sugary drinks and foods for several days. Your child will be asked to refrain from sugary foods and beverages for several days. Your child will need a special dressing while he is recovering.|The doctor will give your child a special outfit while he heals.} The doctor will then start to perform the procedure. You will need to bring your child to the hospital about an hour before the procedure. This will enable your child to quickly recover. Your child will need a hospital dressing after surgery. He will need to remain in hospital for several hours. The doctor will place a IV in the child’s side to administer medication. Your child should avoid eating and drinking immediately before the procedure. {This protocol is known as the NPO protocol. This protocol is called the NPO protocol.|This protocol is also known as the NPO protocol.}