In 1999, a group of experts from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has carefully examined medical data on circumcision. Experts came to the conclusion that the benefits of circumcision are very small. Based on research, the AAP does not consider circumcision mandatory.
In infants usually no reason for circumcision from a medical point of view, so it all depends on You. It can be very difficult to make a decision about whether or not to circumcise his son. You may have to weigh different facts. When deciding, consider the following factors:
Their religion, tradition or culture. The decision can be justified, if circumcision is part of the system of Your beliefs. Some people make the decision about circumcision, based on the desire that their son looked exactly the same as other men in their family or as other boys his age. In the USA about 6 boys 10 are circumcised, and 4 out of 10 do not. Worldwide the level of circumcision is much lower.
Their feelings. Parents may worry about the pain that you feel their child during and after circumcision. Parents can also worry because of the small likelihood of complications after surgery. Some parents believe that their child is perfect from birth, but can survive due to the small Continue reading