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Case Study: My Experience With Wellness

Make Circumcision A Less Stressful Experience For Your Child

Circumcision is an elective surgery that your child can undergo. Not like other emergency surgeries done to patients, elective surgery is something that’s not needed to be done immediately rather, you’re given with a schedule on when the procedure will take place. This will give you enough time to prepare your kiddo for their upcoming surgery but for your kids, this only makes them more anxious about it.

Well the good thing is that, there are few steps that you may do for your child to feel less anxious and more comfortable of the procedure. The key in helping your child prepare for their circumcision is by providing them info regarding the treatment.

Following are tips to do it.

Tip number 1. Explain what the procedure is for and to how it is performed – the main reason why children are scared of this medical procedure is that, they don’t any idea on what’s going to happen. Discussing the procedure, explain what is going to happen and let them to question you is the best way to help your child feel better.

There’s a chance that they will be more concerned about the pain and as a result, it is vitally important to ensure them that they won’t feel a single pain since they’ll be asleep or numbed while the circumcision is carried out.

Tip number 2. Tell them that you’ll be beside them the whole time – there are so many kids who are scared to be left on their own. This is why you have to assure them that you’ll be there the entire time when the circumcision.

Majority of the hospitals are so accommodating to parents which allow them to stay with their kids all the time so this would not be a problem.

Tip number 3. Give your kid something to look forward – to be able to make the idea of having a circumcision more appealing, be sure to give your kiddo something that they’ll look forward to after the surgery. This may be anything like a family vacation, a trip to local theme park, a toy they want for long or pretty much anything that’ll motivate them. Keep in mind, it does not matter what treat you’ll give him, what matters most is that you’re giving them something to look forward to.

By following these tips, it can make your child feel more relaxed and prepared for his procedure.