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    My nephew was just born recently. My sister is too stubborn to listen to me, but my mother was able to sway her into leaving him intact. I'm glad the old lady was able to redeem herself. I just wanted to spread the good news.

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    Make sure they know about NOT retracting him. Premature forced retraction is how they perpetuate circumcision. His foreskin will become retractable in due time on its own.

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    • #3
      That's great. To follow up on parsecskin, this is a good source for intact care information:

      https://www.yourwholebaby.org/basic-intact-care/
      Visit my restoration progress journal.

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      • #4
        Congratulations!

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        • #5
          Congratulations on becoming an uncle, and for already having had a positive impact on your new nephew’s life!

          When I’ve done volunteer staffing of the NOCIRC of Michigan booth at the Ann Arbor Art Fairs, we've always had parents of young intact sons come visit the booth to complain that there are scared to death that a medical professional is going to forcibly retract their young son’s foreskin at an office visit.

          The way we have handled the situation is to give them an armful of NOCIRC pamphlets on the care of the intact penis and on the forced retraction issue. We tell them to give a set of pamphlets to each medical professional that will see their son, and request that the medical professional put the pamphlets in their son’s medical file. We give the parents lots of pamphlets because it is it not unusual for a child to be seen by a battery of different doctors in different offices, each maintaining their own files. (I am aghast at how many different doctors perfectly healthy kids see these days.) Sets of pamphlets should also be given to head nurses, and consider giving them to hospital administrators too. In handing out the pamphlets, you are educating, you are protecting you son, and you are serving the medical professional with written documents that may serve as a basis for your legal recourse should things still (ugh!) go wrong.

          The NOCIRC pamphlets are downloadable from here:
          http://nocirc.org/publish/

          The Doctors Opposing Circumcision web site keeps getting better and better:
          I’ve just noticed that Doctors Opposing Circumcision web site has a downloadable document on the The Care of the Intact Penis that is very authoritative. It might be better than the NOCIRC pamphlets. I leave the decision to you:

          http://www.doctorsopposingcircumcisi...-intact-penis/

          circumstitions.com has a handy downloadable Non-Circumcision Notification Form to give to medical professionals to include on your child’s medical chart. Remember to scroll down to also see the handy sticker designs to also put on your son’s chart:
          http://www.circumstitions.com/Refusal.html

          The Intactivism Shop sells baby t-shirts and buttons with No Circumcision and No Retraction messages for medical staff:
          http://www.cafepress.com/intactivism/673544

          Some free T-shirt design transfers are downloadable from here, for do-it-yourself T-shirt makers.
          http://www.circumstitions.com/t-shirts.html

          To find a foreskin-friendly doctor:
          1) If you have an active NOCIRC Chapter near you, they are often the very best people to ask for a referral to a foreskin-friendly doctor.
          2) There are lists of foreskin-friendly doctors posted to the web in a number of places. Google using search terms like foreskin-friendly doctors or intact-friendly doctors.
          3) Always confirm the intact-knowledgeability of the staff at the time of making a medical appointment.

          David
          World As Monkey Island
          Last edited by Science Monk; 03-12-2017, 11:36 PM. Reason: fixed URL, typos
          I declared myself finished restoring with 3/4 erect coverage (CI-8.5) in 2005. I primarily used T-tape, strapping up and around my waist.
          I've participated in NORM meetings in San Diego, Los Angeles, Seattle (RECAP), and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

          Every doubt, reservation, or concern I had about my restoration was resolved by achieving additional foreskin LENGTH.....So just KOT !

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