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We now offer and perform in-office newborn circumcisions and follow-up by pediatric fellowship trained urologists.

Parenthood is filled with just as many questions as it is with decisions that need to be made. When it comes to having a son, one of the decisions parents make is whether or not the child will be circumcised. Whether considering circumcision before a child is born or later in life, it is important for caregivers to have all of the facts so that they can make the decision that best suits the child and family. The experts at the CHOC Children’s Urology Center have put together these informative documents below that provide information on the basics of circumcision and how to care for a child’s circumcised penis after the procedure.
 
Frequently Asked Questions About Circumcision
It is not uncommon for parents to have questions about circumcision. Whether or not a parent circumcises their son is a big decision and it is important to know all of the facts about the procedure.

 
CHOC Children’s Circumcision Postoperative Information
Parents who have a circumcision planned with the pediatric urology specialists at CHOC Children's may review this guide for information on how to care for their son after his procedure.

 

UROLOGY
CONDITIONS WE TREAT
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
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SPINA BIFIDA CLINIC
CIRCUMCISION
HYPOSPADIAS PROGRAM
DISORDERS OF SEXUAL DIFFERENTIATION
BEDWETTING & INCONTINENCE
PATIENT & FAMILY RESOURCES
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