Question:

Is there any brocha a parent should make after there minor child has a small surgery with general anesthesia?

Answer:

No, there isn’t any specific bracha that a parent makes when their child would of had to say hagomel. Nevertheless, the parents can say tehillim, nishmas, or give tzedakah to thank H-shem for the good that He bestowed upon them.

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