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As a single mum it can be very difficult to decide whether to have your son circumcised.
If you are on your own, without your son’s father being there to discuss the matter
with, this means the whole burden is on your shoulders. Having to cope with everything
else on your own as well, means there is precious little time to even think about
it. Not surprisingly, very few single mums have their baby boys circumcised. Sadly
these children will loose out on the many benefits circumcision brings.
I hope the following seven pages will help single mums make this difficult decision.
You Already Have a Son but He Hasn’t Been Circumcised