Out of 100 Circumcised boys: 75 will not readily breastfeed post-op 55 will have adverse reactions from the surgery 35 will have post-op hemorrhaging to one degree or another 10 will need to have the circumcision surgery repeated to fix prior surgical problems/error 2 will have a more serious complication (seizure, heart attack, stroke, loss of penis, death) 1 will require additional immediate surgery and sutures to stop hemorrhage
Proper intact care. A lot of parents believe that it is harder than caring for a circumcised penis, however the foreskin is tightly fused to the intact penis and actually prevents infection while protecting the glans. Because of this, your son's intact penis really is cleaner than a bleeding, open wound left in feces all day. The foreskin will naturally widen and retract as he grows up - NO ONE but your child should ever retract his foreskin and NEVER forcefully.