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There are various methods used for circumcision. They all have advantages and disadvantages.
It is a question of matching the preferences and outcomes to the procedure used.
Some are quicker, some more time consuming. Some give an immediate result and some
may take longer to reach the end result.
Most parents aren’t usually too much concerned about the method, preferring to leave
that to the doctor. However, a little knowledge can help you decide which will best
meet your wishes.
Since in England routine infant circumcision is generally not available on the NHS,
you may need to make alternative arrangements. If your child is born in a private
clinic then it will be almost certain that circumcision will be readily available
for your child. There should also be plenty of advice concerning the benefits of
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