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Old 12-13-2012, 06:02 PM   #73
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Re: to circ or not to circ

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Originally Posted by mammacandoit View Post
Having a home birth...and it's really hard to find a doctor in northern michigan who will perform a circ. My first son had been by a mohel who came to our house when we lived elsewhere. He used a mogel clamp. It was fast and easy without any problems. The thing is that most of the doctors who actually WILL perform a circ within a 300 mile radius from me only use the plastibell method. Yeah..it's like a torture device. No thanks. So if we circ we'll have to travel. Husband and son are already, so would it be weird to choose not to if we have a boy this time? Have you had experience with the plastibell method? Good or bad?
Back to the original post, the Mogen clamp is not without its own risks:
http://articles.latimes.com/2011/sep...ision-20110926
http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc...he-mogen-clamp

You have not indicated why you want it done, but as others have indicated, there is nothing wrong with not circumcising your second son. Since you are going out of your way to have an intervention-free home birth, why not minimize unnecessary interventions for your son after birth?
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