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Circumcision is easy. It usually takes about 7 to 10 days until your baby is fully circumcised, though it could be a little longer. You must: Keep it clean. This is probably the most important rule for infant circumcision care. You may also want to wash his genital area with a specially made genital area wipe, which you can get from almost any drugstore or supermarket.

The baby’s foreskin should be neatly cleaned and covered in a new diaper after every diaper change. It is very important that your baby not be left unattended while his penis is being circumcised. It is important that your baby sits up straight and is looking at you. Many nurses and doctors will give a stethoscope to a baby to allow him to listen to his caregivers or parents if he feels uncomfortable.

Do not give up if your baby has difficulty following his newborn circumcision. Many babies are born unable to stop their urine flow after they have had every diaper changed. Your baby may need to be taught how to drink a steady stream of liquid without leaking. There are special “circumstances” that can cause this problem, so you and your doctor will need to discuss it at length.

One way to help prevent moisture from leaking is by wrapping the newborn’s penis in a piece of gauze. The gauze can be made of a variety of materials, ranging from thin plastic to petroleum jelly. The gauze can be placed over the entire penis or just the head. Just be sure that the gauze is waterproof so that your baby doesn’t wet the diaper which could be a major problem!

Some parents find it easier for a small penis to be used than a whole diaper. There are many different types of rings on the market today, including a metal one that looks similar to a condom. You can put the ring over the glans penis before the circumcision procedure and leave it in place throughout the day. At night, remove the ring and wash it off.

If your baby is having difficulty or refusing to comply with this ritual, there are several non-medicinal ways to help him. You can encourage your baby to do exercises that will help strengthen his muscles. You can also rub petroleum jelly on the skin to provide an analgesic. These methods may take some time to get used to, but should start working within a few weeks.

You should not take lightly the decision to circumambulate your baby. You may be amazed at how your child reacts when you take him in the room for the procedure. He may cry out, rock his face, or have twitching in his foreskin. These are all normal reactions, but they are signs that he feels discomfort or confusion.

Reminding your child to use a diaper every day is the best way to deal with the problem. He doesn’t need to use disposable diapers. However, he should be wearing one during the day. Try to find something that he can grow accustomed to such as petroleum jelly. If he resists, you can give him one of the other methods described in this article until they become a regular wearer.

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