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Very possibly, you already have a boy or boys and they have not been circumcised. You may well be saying to yourself, if only I knew when they were born, what I know now, I would have definitely had them circumcised. You can have your child circumcised at any time, as a rule, generally the sooner, the better. However, it’s still better to do it later, rather than never. You don’t have to wait for a crisis or problem, the benefits can be enjoyed at anytime and for the rest of his life.
If you have decided you made a mistake by not having your son circumcised, it’s best to act straight away. The earlier you have your son done, the less traumatic and the longer he will enjoy the benefits. The younger you have him done the less he will remember and the quicker it will heal. Also, the younger he is, the quicker he will adapt to the new look and feel. Under two years of age, your child is unlikely to remember the procedure. If you tell any child over around five years of old he is going to be circumcised, when you explain what is going to be done to him, not unsurprisingly he will say he doesn’t want it done.
I would suggest that you only tell him an hour or so before his appointment. That’s just long enough to explain and answer his questions, but not long enough for him to worry or panic. You will have to stand firm and tell him it is for his own good and he will love it once it is all over. Neither of you will regret it, you’ll just regret not doing it sooner!
Your son trusts and relies on you to make the right decision -
don’t let him down