For over 3 years Just Health Clinic has provided a safe ,trusted and professional circumcision service for boys aged from 2 weeks to 14 Months of age .
We have many satisfied clients and parents and we aim to make your boys experience at our clinic a smooth and virtually pain free process.
Our doctors are experienced, vetted and certified.
We offer a 24 hour aftercare hotline that gives you the help you need, when you need it.
Peace of mind
Our specialist team will explain everything you need to know in a simple manner.
Easy & Affordable
Prices start from £120 and the circumcision process usually takes 15 minutes to complete.
Our procedure is done under local anesthetic and is virtually pain-free (penile block).
Post Op Care
Our doctors ensure there are no immediate complications to aid successful removal.
We are fully registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure high standards.
Circumcision Aftercare Advice
While this is not a major operation, the correct level of care can help to aid recovery and prevent any problems with the wound.
The main complication that is experienced by circumcision patients is bleeding, however, this is in rare occasions and over 99.9% of patients don’t have this problem occur during their recovery period and that is why at Just Health Clinic we ask all of our patients to remain at the clinic for 60 minutes after their operation to allow our specialists to be able to monitor the wound over frequent intervals.
It is important to note that once the patient returns home that you continue to monitor the wound as there could well be small spots of blood where the wound touches the nappy which is normal, however, if those spots are large, dark in colour or increasing in size, we ask that for your peace of mind that you contact our 24 hour aftercare support line for review.
If you need to contact our dedicated 24 hour aftercare team, you will be asked to bring your child back to the clinic to allow our doctors to be able to provide you with the care that makes Just Health Clinic the number one choice for circumcisions in East Lancashire.
This means that keeping your child’s nappy area as clean and dry as possible is vital and that is why we ask parents to regularly check nappies while the wound is healing, allowing them to be able to cleanse the area thoroughly if it becomes wet or dirty.
No bathing should take place for at 24 hours from the time of the procedure, however, following this time we ask that babies are sat in luke warm water twice a day (morning and evening) to ensure that the wound is kept as clean as possible until the Plastibell ring comes off.
We suggest that parents apply a smearing of petroleum jelly, such as Vaseline, to the front of your baby’s nappy as this will help to prevent the wound from sticking to it or alternatively you can leave the nappy off completely for the first few days of recovery.
Circumcision Wound Aftercare
You should be able to see the bell at all times during recovery and after 4-10 days the Plastibell should drop off, however, should this not occur after 12 days we ask that parents contact the 24 hour aftercare helpline and we will arrange an appointment with a doctor who will aid you from there.
It is important that you observe the wound during all nappy changes to ensure that recovery is happening and while there could be some swelling around the penis, which is normal, there could be a scab that will form where the foreskin has been removed, we ask that you allow this scab to fall off naturally.
Circumcision Infection Aftercare
If you feel that the wound could be infected due to the penis becoming tense and a possible discharge, we ask parents to use the 24 hour aftercare telephone number provided to speak to the clinic as your child could require antibiotics to aid their recovery and the clinic will be able to prescribe those for you.
The doctor will discuss analgesia with you while you are at the clinic and provide you with the advice you need to ensure recovery is as quick and pain-free as possible.
Should your child become unsettled during the recovery period, please do not be afraid to rock or cuddle your baby to reassure them and keep them calm.