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I believe you should view circumcision in the same light as inoculations. Most responsible parents have their child inoculated against many common diseases. A small amount of pain from the needle is inevitable, just as would happen to give pain relief before your child was circumcised. Similarly a small amount of discomfort for a few days can be expected both after some inoculations and after your son’s circumcision. The two experiences are very similar and its a decision the parent has to make for their child, since he can’t make it for himself. Not only has the parent a right to decide what's best for their child, it’s their duty. The most important thing is to do the best for your child, a little discomfort for a few days is surely well worth it in exchange for a lifetime of benefits.
Your son trusts and relies on you to make the right decision -
don’t let him down