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And of course, no mention of meatal stenosis - something that is quite common in circ'd boys and pretty much unheard of in intact boys. If they reported that they could never say that adverse events were rare.
AP Mom to 5
I just found this photo:
I think I understand now what it is showing (but not where the numbers came from). Over 3 years, the average was 43%, with 56% in 2006 and 33% in 2009.
Mom & RN
Pardon the typos - CWOK (cat walking on keyboard)
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