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I have assisted in a few circumcisions, though not as many as my peers because I do not believe they are ethical and I find them personally distasteful. I educate parents daily on the facts that it is unnecessary and not cleaner, despite the 's rhetoric. I also have three intact sons at home. That said, I have a Nurse checks foreskin hard time believing this story. While the description of the procedure is essentially accurate, I know of no hospital that would allow it without a block. While I don't believe the block is always effective or adequate when it is effective, it is mandatory and recommended unequivocally by the AAP.

There are few hospitals or individual physicians who would Nurse checks foreskin Sex chat room in spa the party line so to speak. Advocacy is essential in this fight, but if we choose to ignore the realities of how this procedure is addressed in hospitals, we Nurse checks foreskin invalidating our own arguments by erecting Need a man s opinion baseless offensive. Assuming this nursing student is accurate in her recollection, I think it is essential Nurse checks foreskin sites Nurse checks foreskin oppose the procedure include a disclaimer that performing the procedure without any form of anesthesia is not the norm currently, whatever it may have been in the past.

CircEsEdreim Circs are often performed without a block. Gordius Knot The word "often" should be replaced with "usually". Bottom line is the money, it's always the money. Faster, cheaper without it, more brutal but as this student states circumcisers seem to deny that infants are part of humanity with rights as actual Nurse checks foreskin and totally ignore the torturous pain of the 'procedure' they inflict on male infants. The "harvested" don't you just love that term foreskin is sold there will be no money deducted from the bill. God, what a way to start life Nurse checks foreskin don't care what these unfeeling and venal Nurse checks foreskin people have to say It is so sad, the callousness displayed Nurse checks foreskin these medical people and their disdain of baby boys.

Spinal anesthesia is not the same thing as a nerve block. A penile block is usually done with two injections and complete in less than one minute. The term "block" here refers to a dorsal penile nerve Nurse checks foreskin. And it is NOT an effective way to block pain. The baby still feels some pain, because the circumcision procedure is extremely painful. Many circumcisors will give only limited amounts of pain meds for circumcision, since the Nurse checks foreskin is only a newborn infant. They wouldn't want to be sued for a baby dying from too much Nurse checks foreskin medication, now would they?

I've got an idea for Nurse checks foreskin. How about not even doing circumcisions? Then, they wouldn't be at risk for getting sued for anything. What are the pro-circ parents going to do? Take them to court for not performing a completely non-therapeutic, Nurse checks foreskin, totally Nurse checks foreskin cosmetic surgery on their infant? No insurance companies should pay for the procedure, either. When is America going to catch up to the rest of the world? We Nurse checks foreskin a first-world country in all respects, but circumcision. We're a third-world country where circumcision is concerned.

I am not sure where you are located but I have been a nurse in Texas for close to 20 years. Without EMLA or without a penile block. I have personally witnessed this in two different TX counties. That said, circs seems to hurt babies with or without pain relief. I've yet to witness the infamous "slept right through it" circ. None of the hospitals where I have worked or the hospitals in the immediate surrounding areas allowed infant circumcision without a block. I guess it is possible that both of us could be surprised by what we didn't know. His response was that it's "too risky". Blocks can destroy the pudendal nerve causing instant and permanent erectile dysfunction All for a totally worthless - and Darlene, your term torture is completely appropriate, which is not even a medical procedure as it has absolutely no medical benefit and is against the primum non nocere mandate of all doctors and nurses.

I also attend births as a doula and have found this to be very common- that anesthesia is the exception for circs, not the rule. As I said to Andie above, I might be surprised by what I don't know and I am open-minded to the fact that practices may vary. However, LCs are not involved in circumcisions, assuming their primary role is as an LC. I would not rely upon say a dietician or respiratory therapist to tell me what type of incision closure is most common at a particular hospital because it is completely outside their scope of practice to be involved with surgery or incision care.

I would also caution people to distinguish between a penile block and pain relief. Blocks are used before a procedure to prevent pain. Pain relief is used when pain is already present. I am as opposed to RIC as just about anyone else. It breaks my heart that people make an irreversible decision about their infant based on what is outdated information at best, fear mongering at worst, and absurd distortions of the social implications in the middle ground. With all that said, I don't think that arguments at the other extreme end of the spectrum are helpful either. Telling parents that circs done in doctor's offices could not possibly include a block or that anesthesia is unlikely is an untruth.

Telling them that their son's foreskin will go into face cream is a possibility, not a definitive truth. Telling them their child is doomed to complications is a huge exaggeration. The universal truths of circumcision that transcend local procedures are scary enough. As a fellow parent, I want to offer someone more than hearsay or anecdotes when discussing a controversial topic and as a health professional I owe it to them. I apologize to Darlene for saying I didn't believe the story. I would however stand by the statement that I don't believe her experience describes what is the norm in the U.

That doesn't make RIC any less objectionable in my book and it doesn't lessen the impact of her experience on her, but I think it is a fair statement. For what it's worth, Darlene, the first circ I observed was as a nursing student as well, on my very first day of the OB clinical rotation. There were a line of a half dozen infants all prepped for procedure at once because that is how that doc liked it. They were all given blocks and Sweet-Eeze, and every one of them screamed and shook uncontrollably during and immediately after.

I cried and nearly vomited. I was so upset that I had to excuse myself. I don't object to your depiction of the procedure or question how upsetting it was for you. I found the lack of anesthesia hard to believe initially based on my nursing experiences, but obviously my experiences are not applicable everywhere. But I would say that while I am not comparing you and I as individuals that my first experience was worse in terms of attempting to justify circumcision as a legitimate medical procedure. If the patients I have seen all had a penile block and still reacted the way you described the patient without anesthesia, then I would say that is a strong argument against the procedure in terms of medical ethics.

We all know that no routine procedure would move forward on an adult with an inadequate nerve block, so why on an infant? One last thought to attempt to be as objective as possible on the topic. I have seen infants sleep through the procedure. In my experience it is tied entirely to the skill of the provider in doing the block. Unfortunately, the couple of providers I have seen who are good at it are the ones who rarely perform the procedure. They were roughly equal to the number of providers who were terrible at performing the procedure itself. Those individuals were removed from the practice and retrained though while the ones who were bad at blocks but adequately performed the circumcision were not retrained.

Any way you look at it, it is a lose-lose for the majority of the infants involved, but a very few will sleep through it. Also, using anesthesia for circumcision is still a pretty new practice here in the States. This falls under Common Sense, which is not taught in Medical or Nursing Schools Besides, it's usually frowned upon as witnessed by Darlene and her interaction with "the provider" of the butchery. There was no talk of injections or risks of local anesthetics because none was being used. I doubt much has changed there.

I treat toes and lowly toenails with more respect than these physicians are treating a penis. In those cases where a block is provided the amputation usually ensues immediately. The local has no effect. I think you are in denial. I stopped after leaving residency. No disease, no consent, no circumcision. Not ethical, not safe, not legal. Many are done without any penile nerve block.




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