Adelanto newborn circumcision expert, Dr. Ahmadinia of OBGYN High Desert, wants to ease your concerns about the procedure he is about to do to your baby boy. It’s commonplace in society to have a child circumcised for medical, religious, cultural, and societal purposes. Removing excess skin at the tip of the penis allows the boy to have better hygiene throughout his life. Circumcision may prevent cancer in the penis, the risk of acquiring HIV, other STDs such as genital herpes, and the growth of bacteria and viruses.
Caring for Your Baby After Adelanto Newborn Circumcision
After the baby is circumcised, you’ll need to take special care of the surgical area to make sure it is clean at all time. Your child may experience swelling and even vocalize pain. You may be able to give the baby acetaminophen if cleared by his pediatrician to help reduce symptoms.
Wash the area with mild, unscented soap and water during baths and before changing them into a fresh diaper. Bandage the penis after every diaper change. A plastic ring may be placed on the penis instead, so watch for it to fall off indicating that the healing process is almost complete.
Why Choose Dr. Ahmadinia for the Procedure
Since Dr. Ahmadinia is already your OBGYN, he’s familiar with you and your newborn child. You know his approach and how he likes to empower his patients with knowledge. Since he is someone you know and trust, there is no better candidate to perform Adelanto newborn circumcision than Dr. Ahmadinia himself.
Schedule a Time to Meet with Dr. Ahmadinia After Your Baby Son is Born
Contact OBGYN High Desert for more information about Adelanto newborn circumcision. Dr. Ahmadinia will be happy to discuss the option further with you when you bring your baby boy in to meet him after the child has been delivered. The procedure is very quick and heals thoroughly in a matter of weeks. There are many benefits to newborn circumcision, so it’s something to consider if you’re pregnant or have just delivered. If you’re still not sure because you have concerns, let the OBGYN know so he can help answer any questions that you have.