Hey ladies, sorry if this has already been asked. I did a search and didn't find anything.
We're having our baby in May and have decided not to circumcise. I'd like to find a pediatrician who knows how to care for an intact penis and knows what to do should a problem should it arise.
It worries me how many women have said their Ped tried to force a foreskin retraction or are unable to recognize something simple like chapped skin and misdiagnose & recommend circumcision.
Last edited by sunnybear; 04-14-2016 at 11:47 AM.
|21 members and 10,096 guests|
|alpacadi11 , aparent , blogsurf56 , Bow , BrianEvans , ChelseyBobby , jamesmorrow , Janeen0225 , katelove , kathymuggle , manyhatsmom , MDoc , moominmamma , PeaceLoveandLucy , RollerCoasterMama , scaramouche131 , Sihaya , Springshowers , Stéphane Koné , SumitaSofat , sydneymotez100|
|Most users ever online was 449,755, 06-25-2014 at 12:21 PM.|