post #21 of 29
2/8/10 at 12:37am
... Then, of course, she says...*big sigh..."Well how do you clean him then?" UGGGG! (So attitude RIGHT OFF THE BAT even though everyone else was super nice, it figures the one who would be doing this was defensive!) I *calmly* said "An infants foreskin is still attached, it doesnt retract till...yadda, yadda, " She wasent listening and I handed her the sheet with the quote she didnt even look at it and set it back down on the counter...
I'm pretty sure that won't work. Not just because I doubt they make them that small, but as part of his monitoring post surgery they'll probably want to monitor hourly urine volumes to keep an eye on his hydration status and kidney function. This needs an indwelling catheter.
I'd talk to his surgeon.
Personally, and I'm not suggesting this is what you do, but I'd threaten to sue the arse off everyone present in the OR if my son's penis was in any way manipulated that caused even the slightest damage to his foreskin.
I'd put it in writing. I'd shout it from the rooftops. I'd be the nuisance, foreskin obsessed, weird mother in room 6 who you have to watch out for