You have successfully undergone Brit Milah!
You should take it easy for the first three days, but not lie in bed continuously.
You should avoid lifting heavy objects for the first 8 days.
The only pain or discomfort from the procedure is usually caused by an erection at night; ice packs should be placed between the legs until the erection subsides. (Don't worry if you see a few drops of blood on the bandage for this is normal.) Tylenol can also be taken to relieve pain, if not allergic.
Do not remove the dressing. If it falls off, wrap the area with new sterile gauze (do not wrap tightly). After 24 hours a new dressing is placed by the Mohel or professional for 4 days.
After the 4 days, the dressing should be removed delicately. (You will see blue, black, and purple; don't worry this is normal).
If the dressing does not remove easily, pour a 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide or immerse in a bath for about 15 minutes.
After removal of the dressing, take warm baths twice daily (not shower), ensure that the bath is very clean. After the bath, softly dry and clean the area with iodine 5 times a day for 10 days. Stitches automatically dissolve; remaining up to three weeks.
The circumcised area might swell or puff up. This is normal and will diminish in approximately 2-3 months.
Hematoma: Blood coagulating under the skin after the Brit, a routine occurrence resulting from the anesthetic, usually dissolves on its own.
You may notice dark red blood stains on gauze dressing. Disregard this as there is no need for concern.
In case there is some oozing blood, apply new gauze around the circumcised area, and apply pressure for 3-5 minutes and bleeding will stop.
In case of heavy bleeding, which will not stop with pressure, call the Mohel as soon as possible (very rare).
After removing the bandage; clean the Brit area well with soap and dry it well.
For any problems or questions dont hesitate to contact the Mohel at any time of the day or night.