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My son cant be circumcised yet anyone. Know what to do?

Author : sabby

Submitted : 2017-06-12 00:06:54    Popularity:     

Tags: son  circumcised  

When my son was born he had normal testicles but no visible penis so they didnt circumcise him now at 5 months still just forskin when i try to pull it down to reveal the penis it seems the head cant fit through the hole and the penis goes back into his p

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Whilst in general it is highly desirable to circumcise a baby boy soon after birth (and certainly by 6 months old), there are cases where it is best to wait and see how his penis grows. He can still be circumcised at any age.

Since he appears to have a micro-penis, it is not surprising to find phimosis (tight foreskin) as well. However only a paediatric urologist can give you a proper diagnosis and plan of treatment (if required). Please see a doctor as soon as practicable and do not get your son circumcised until you have the advice of a paediatric urologist - who is the expert in these conditions.

Your son has a micropenis.

Stop touching your child's penis!
I don't mean like it's perverted or anything... The prepuce isn't designed to be retracted in infancy. It WAS adhered to the glans and usually remains that way until a boy is toddler aged.

Premature retraction causes injury to the prepuce and glans which exposes the child to markedly increased risk of infection, phimosis, paraphimosis, and adhesions.

The ONLY person who should attempt to retract a boy's foreskin is the boy himself or a WELL QUALIFIED pediatric urologist.


Aside from that, what you describe is a congenital condition called micro-penis. Your pediatrician should be educating you about the course of care which he needs and what you can expect in the future if it doesn't improve spontaneously.

Why would you pull down his foreskin? Talk to your pediatrician before you do anything.

You best course of action is to consult a doctor that specializes in pediatric urology.

You shouldn't force the skin back that young, wait until he's older! There's no need for circumcision, Americans and Arabs are obsessed with circumcision but it's pointless unless he has phimosis when older

There's not necessarily any need for him to be circumcised. The lack of a visible penis is clearly an issue that probably needs correcting and you should get medical advice about this. Its normal for the foreskin to be quite tight around the end of a baby's penis.

He might need surgery when he's older and a little more mature. They call that a buried penis and that's what happens. To make it into a normal looking penis they have to do surgery.



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