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    Default "Successful", but Unwanted Circumcision

    My question involves medical malpractice in the state of: Kansas.

    Hello, I am a 22ish something year old male. I was given a circumcision against my will when I was born. Do I have any legal recourse against the doctor/hospital? Am I past the statue of limitations? The circumcision was "successful". Skin is tight, but stuff still works ok.

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    Sep 2005
    Behind a Desk

    Default Re: "Successful", but Unwanted Circumcision

    If your parents consented to the procedure, as was their legal right and authority, that's the end of the inquiry. If not, they should have taken action within the Kansas statute of limitations, or you should have done so within one year of your eighteenth birthday.

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    Default Re: "Successful", but Unwanted Circumcision

    Oh, woe is me!

    Thank you for your reply. I suppose there is nothing I can do, eh? I thought I heard of a guy who successfully sued. Oh, well. At least there's always natural foreskin restoration. T-tape method for you cut lurkers.

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