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Hi! Congrats on your pregnancy! Someone cares greatly about the well-being of you and your soon-to-be newborn. They asked that I take a moment to share some information on a decision you might be facing soon: circumcision. There is absolutely no reason to have this procedure done. Infant circumcision has no substantial benefits, but it introduces a long list of potential risks including bleeding, infection, adhesions, skin bridges, inclusion cysts, meatitis, meatal stenosis, chordee, hypospadias, epispadias, urethrocutaneous fistula, necrosis of the penis, excessive foreskin removed, urinary retention, abnormal healing, amputation of the glans, and even death from hemorrhage or infection. Please take some time to do some research on the procedure and on the benefits of having a foreskin, and bring home your perfect whole baby! Here is a great link with educational information: www.yourwholebaby.org. You can also message me at any time, and I would be happy to assist you with any questions.

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Hey ______! Someone who cares about you and your son requested through our website that you receive this message. Congratulations on your baby boy! Have you decided on keeping your son intact? Your baby boy will be born perfect — no permanent, traumatic, or painful procedures necessary! Intact is becoming the new norm, with almost 50% of U.S. parents taking their whole baby home from the hospital. You can learn more about this procedure, common circumcision complications, why intact genitals are so important, what men have to say, and so many more important resources at www.YourWholeBaby.org. If you're looking for a great community for learning and support, check out Your Whole Baby's gentle education group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/YWBCommunity/ I hope this information is helpful for you. Again, congratulations! 

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Hey ______! Someone who cares about you and your son requested through our website that you receive this message. I'm a volunteer with Your Whole Baby and I'm writing this message to congratulate you on your baby boy! I'm so happy for you and your family. If you haven't been told this before, know that your son will be born perfect just he way he is. Some people believe that circumcision, while extremely painful, is a necessary evil for baby boys. Thankfully, that is not the case! There are a lot of misconceptions about circumcision and what it entails. People will often say, "It's just a snip," "It's cleaner," and "It's better to do it now when they won't remember!" Circumcision actually involves the complete amputation of the foreskin, ridged band, and the partial or full removal of the frenulum (male g-spot). Proper care of the intact (not circumcised) penis is SO easy! No retracting or manipulating of the foreskin is necessary. The foreskin and glans are fused together in an infant like a fingernail is fused to the nail bed. You simply wipe from the base to the tip. Most of the world's men, between 70-80%, are intact. You can learn more about this procedure, circumcision complications, why intact genitals are so important, what men have to say, and so many more important facts at www.YourWholeBaby.org. If you're looking for a great community for learning and support, please check out our gentle education group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/YWBCommunity/

I hope this information is helpful for you. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns! I'm here to help. Again, congratulations! 

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Hey ______! Someone who cares about you and your unborn child requested through our website that you receive this message. I'm a volunteer with Your Whole Baby and I'm writing this message to congratulate you on your soon-to-be newest addition to the family! I'm so happy for you and your family. I'm not sure if you're having a boy or girl, but I wanted to let you know that your baby will be born perfect. Some people believe that circumcision, while extremely painful, is a necessary evil for baby boys. Thankfully, that is not the case! There are a lot of misconceptions about circumcision and what it entails. Circumcision is a costly, unnecessary, and painful medical procedure that is performed routinely on about 50% of U.S. baby boys before they leave the hospital, but it has no significant medical benefits. I am a mama of two sons, one circumcised and one intact. It was such a relief when I learned that my second son was born perfect too. He is healthy and happy just as nature intended — no painful and permanent procedures necessary. You can check out www.yourwholebaby.org to learn more. I also wanted to pass along some information on care of the intact (not circumcised) penis; while you may already be aware of this info, it may be helpful for any loved ones who will be involved in caring for your baby. Proper intact care is so easy, a baby can do it! A simple splash in the bath will do! You can wipe from the base to the tip during diaper changes if necessary. Just remember absolutely no retracting the foreskin, as this is harmful for intact baby boys. The foreskin protects the sensitive glans and is fused together by a membrane known as the balanopreputial lamina, or BPL.

http://www.yourwholebaby.org/basic-intact-care/

I hope this information is helpful for you. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns! I'm here to help. Again, congratulations! 

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This message is mainly for a person who has tried everything they can to reach someone. This is a last chance effort to share all possible information and will include the thumbnail of the circumcision video. 

Hey ________! Someone who cares about you and your son requested through our website that you receive this message.I'm a volunteer with Your Whole Baby and I'm writing this message to you to congratulate you on your baby boy! I'm so happy for you and your family. If you haven't heard this before, I want you both to know that your baby boy is perfect just the way he is. A lot of people believe that circumcision is necessary for baby boys, but thankfully that is not the case! Circumcision is a cosmetic, unnecessary, and painful procedure that can lead to lifelong complications. While different doctors supply varying levels of pain management (ranging from none to nerve blocking injections), no method provides full relief from pain. This traumatic amputation also can contribute to difficulty in breastfeeding because babies recovering from the painful procedure may refuse to latch. If you have not watched videos of circumcision performed with the various instruments (mogen, gomco, and plastibell), I strongly urge you to do so; viewing these could be life changing for your son. Video links are provided below. 

Circumcision is the complete amputation of the foreskin, a purposeful and protective part of the male genitals. The foreskin protects the glans, an internal organ by design, from infection and friction. Circumcision forces the glans to become an external organ when it was never meant to be one. The foreskin serves multiple sexual functions, as well. The ridged band, retractable foreskin (only older boys and adults are retractable), and the frenulum are very important features to the male genitals. Circumcision also commonly entails a partial or full removal of the frenulum, often equated with the clitoris because of the pleasure it provides. Women also have a foreskin, commonly known as the clitoral hood. 

I'm writing this out of concern for you and son. I so often hear parents say, "I never knew," or, "I wish someone would have told me." I am a "regret parent" of two sons — one circumcised and one intact. I can tell you that care for my circumcised son was so much harder than care for my intact son. Leaving your son whole is something that you will never, ever regret. I can promise you that. To care for your intact son, you simply clean what is seen. You wipe the base to the tip like a finger. A warm bath (no soap) does the job — so easy a baby can do it. You never retract an intact infant's penis because the glans and the foreskin are fused together by the BPL (balanopreputial lamina). The BPL naturally disintegrates over time, likely around puberty. Care is simple at that time too — he can simply retract his foreskin and rinse with water!

I so wish that someone would have reached out to me before I had my first son circumcised. He has faced multiple adhesions despite following the post-operative instructions for his circumcision wound. I will never forget how he looked when they returned him to me. Please remember that the decision to circumcise is 100% permanent. If you are even the least bit unsure, please take your whole baby boy home and research. If you are .01% sure and are having fears, know that no decision has to be made today or tomorrow. Your son is perfect just the way he is. You will never regret giving him the gift of his whole body. I am so thankful that someone reached out to me so that I could make an informed decision the second time. My intact son is happy, healthy, and has never faced an issue due to his foreskin. I'll send you some links to guide you in your research. I hope and pray that this information is helpful for you.

Video of circumcision:
**I recommend every parent watch videos of circumcision before making this decision**
https://youtu.be/MDuDhkiDdns
https://youtu.be/XmX6RdRNoqk

Why an intact penis is important:
http://www.yourwholebaby.org/the-intact-male-body/

UTIs/HIV/more:
http://www.yourwholebaby.org/utis-hiv-more/

Basic intact care:
http://www.yourwholebaby.org/basic-intact-care/

Pain management:
http://www.yourwholebaby.org/pain-management-research

What experts say:
http://www.yourwholebaby.org/what-do-the-experts-say/

Complications:
http://www.yourwholebaby.org/complications-from-circumcision