What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Circumcision
|Title||What your doctor may not tell you about circumcision|
|Subtitle||Untold Facts on America's Most Widely Perfomed-and Most Unnecessary-Surgery|
|Author||Paul M. Fleiss, Frederick M. Hodges|
|First Edition||Sep 1, 2002|
|Publisher||Grand Central Publishing (was: Warner Books Inc.)|
This guide aims to explode the myths and misinformation about circumcision in an accessible, easy-to-read format. After describing the anatomy of the penis, the book explains the procedure, describes the risks associated and debunks the six most common reasons doctors will give when recommending it.
|“||Packed with sensible information, practical solutions that work, and landmark information on male health and child care...an indispensible guide for parents|
– Dr. Dean Edell
Each year, almost two million boys are routinely circumcised after birth -- even though there is rarely a sound medical reason to do so! The foreskin is more than just a piece of skin: It's a very important, specialized, and unique part of the male body. Now a leading pediatrician exposes the myths and misconceptions of America's most commonly performed surgery, including little-known religious support for not circumcising, in this balanced, comprehensive, and compassionate guide that will change your mind about everything you thought you knew about this procedure
Fleiss, Paul M., Hodges, Frederick M. (2002): What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Circumcision. New York: Grand Central Publishing (was: Warner Books Inc.). ISBN 978-0446678803.