When I travel for a bris, my care for your son begins shortly before the bris, and ends (typically) a couple of hours after the bris. After the last time I see him, his bandage has been removed, he is healing nicely, and his body is doing its job to move everything right along, unimpeded by a no-longer-necessary dressing.
I find I typically change the baby's first diaper (before his parents do) because the process I utilize works so efficiently - I am back to check by the time his nap ends and he is ready for a changing..
I always see the baby after the bris. I usually leave him without a bandage, and you with complete instructions how to care for him. Sometimes I have to leave a bandage on the baby for precautionary reasons, but the bandage will come off on its own without you having to deal with it.
It's that simple! 100% attention. Total care. Complete instructions. And my time dedicated only to you.
What other mohel can guarantee you that?
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