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  • Circumcision for Parents

    You have an important decision to make before you take your newborn son home: whether to circumcise him. Before deciding, talk to your doctor and consider the issues.

  • Medical Procedures for Parents

    Info on surgical procedures and what to expect.

  • Looking at Your Newborn: What's Normal for Parents

    When you first meet your newborn, you may be surprised by what you see. Here's what to expect.

  • Meatal Stenosis for Parents

    The meatus is the opening in a boy's penis where the urine (pee) comes out. Meatal stenosis is when this is too small.

  • Von Willebrand Disease for Parents

    Easy bruising and excessive bleeding can be signs of Von Willebrand disease, a genetic disorder that affects blood's ability to clot.

  • Week 38 for Parents

    At this point, you may be taking frequent trips to the bathroom. That's because your baby is engaged in your pelvis, so your bladder is extremely compressed.

  • Hemophilia for Parents

    Hemophilia is a rare bleeding disorder that prevents the blood from clotting properly. With modern treatment, most kids who have it can lead full, healthy lives.

  • A to Z: Phimosis for Parents

    Learn about phimosis, a condition that affects the penis and foreskin in uncircumcised males.

  • Doctors & Hospitals for Parents

    Doctor and hospital visits, tests, surgery, insurance paperwork, and medicines: let us help you take some confusion out of the process.

  • Meatoplasty for Parents

    The treatment for meatal stenosis is a simple procedure to make the opening of the meatus bigger called a meatoplasty.

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