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Thanks for the information OP. Recently I found a lump on ds' penis, which I was concerned about, but have now discovered due to this thread, that it's a smegma pearl. I'm so glad I'd already decided the best thing to do was to leave it well alone and not see the doc about it.

Thanks again for a really helpful thread.
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Is any of this information available in Spanish?

A family friend in Ecuador has a 3 month old son (intact) and the doctors are recommending circumcision (appt is this Monday).

My cousin is visiting and we are Skyp'ing with them (video chats) every night. The dad is very willing to listen to me. I just need to present the argument.

My Spanish isn't great (arrggghh) so I need some info, ideally in Spanish for him to read.

Worse case, I can just have my cousin read your page and have her explain it to him.

Help!
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A family friend in Ecuador has a 3 month old son (intact) and the doctors are recommending circumcision (appt is this Monday).

My cousin is visiting and we are Skyp'ing with them (video chats) every night. The dad is very willing to listen to me. I just need to present the argument.

My Spanish isn't great (arrggghh) so I need some info, ideally in Spanish for him to read.

Worse case, I can just have my cousin read your page and have her explain it to him.

Help!
What is the reason? Check out this page: http://www.asnatureintended.info/circumcision.html

Sorry, Spanish is here: http://www.asnatureintended.info/la-...sioacuten.html
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