Foreskin and peeing
Phimosis is a condition that prevents the foreskin from retracting properly from the head of the penis. The foreskin is usually fixed in place in young children, but it should begin to loosen during early childhood. The foreskin will normally be able to retract and then move back into place over the head or glans of the penis. In other cases, the problem develops later and the foreskin is no longer able to retract as it used to do. True phimosis occurs when a scar occurs on the foreskin and prevents the foreskin from retracting. It is important to differentiate this from BXO.
Phimosis and Paraphimosis
Tight foreskin (phimosis) - NHS
The loose skin covering the end of the penis is called the foreskin. It covers the glans head of the penis. During childhood, the foreskin gradually starts to separate from the glans, so children can start to pull it back. In the years before the foreskin separates fully from the glans, skin cells can build up under the foreskin and form a whitish substance called smegma. It might cause firm lumps under the foreskin.
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Going back It was white, sort of, well… not as pink as the rest of it, whitish, about the size of a 5p piece. I did having said that, I did see the doctor because my wife said until I got it looked at, as she was carrying my daughter, before she was born. It was just a bit of discolouration and… it never went any further.
Hypospadias is a condition in which the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis instead of at the tip. The location of the opening can vary and can be anywhere from underneath the tip of the penis more common to the base of the penis less common. Hypospadias hi-poe-SPAY-dee-us is a birth defect congenital condition in which the opening of the urethra is on the underside of the penis instead of at the tip. The urethra is the tube through which urine drains from your bladder and exits your body. Hypospadias is common and doesn't cause difficulty in caring for your infant.
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