How to Take Care of my Child after Circumcision

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A circumcision is a common part of having a boy. During this procedure, the male foreskin is removed. Typically, this procedure is completed shortly after the baby is born, most often while the baby is still in the hospital. There are a couple of ways that this procedure can be completed, but the care for both procedures is the same.

After taking your baby home, you will bathe them as you normally would. It is best to allow the penis to air dry if possible. After the procedure takes place, you should give your son a warm bath every day for a week. Bathing frequently is also recommended.

Circumcision-procedure-where-the-male-foreskin-is-removedIf your doctor placed a bandage over the incision area, you should allow the bandage to come off on its own unless your doctor instructs you otherwise. For those who used a ring-type circumcision, a ring will be in place when you get home. This ring should fall off on its own within a couple of weeks.

You can apply Vaseline or over the counter antibiotic to the penis after you bathe your son and each time that you change his diaper. Repeat this process until he is completely healed. This will help make sure that an infection doesn’t occur.

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