The reason I'm posting it here is because you folks have obviously given a lot of thought to issues about medically unnecessary surgery for babies. It's not like circ because a 3rd nipple is obviously not standard equipment but he was born with it. My friend is concerned about him being teased and feeling uncomfortable about it when he's older. On the other hand, it is his body and maybe the 3rd nipple has some sensitivity/serves some purpose?
Anyway, would love to know what you wise folks think.
Single mom to 3 boys
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That said, I don't think I'd remove it until the ds was old enough want it removed. Kind of like with moles.
Let time go by....
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In any case I would no way, no how have it cut off! Not my decision to make. It's no big deal to have one, anyway.
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It's interesting that if a baby has a port wine stain on his face, it is removed but if it is anywhere else, the drs think it is better to leave it alone.
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