My 9 month old was circ'd and his kind of hides sometimes lol. His doctor said its perfectly normal especially when they're chubby like my LO is.
Quoting OCDmamma:" My son had got a circumcision when he was 2weeks old. He is now 2years old & I am having LOTS of ... [snip!] ... wait this out and the results MAY change. Has anybody else had similar or the same issues that could help? Please & Thanks!"
If the skin is re-attaching don't pop it out, that might really hurt him :(
Ummmmm that's normal. You have to pull the skin back to keep it from attaching back to the head.
could it be that he is just a chubby child and his penis is hidden in the fatty pubic area? What exactly is wrong with the circumcision site? Is there infection, bleeding, pain? Have you gone to a urologist to have a specialist look at it?
Quoting Allissa Specht:" Ummmmm that's normal. You have to pull the skin back to keep it from attaching back to the head."
2 years later though? Not trying to be rude just asking an honest question.
My nephew is so chubby he fat eats his penis lol it's normal if he chubby.
it is called a "buried penis" and is one of the possible outcomes with circumcision. Make sure you do pop it out if poop ever gets there to clean it, otherwise I would just leave it alone, in all honesty there is no correcting it. You have to wait for him to thin out and the fat pad will go away and it finally be "unburied" so to speak.
I have no real experience with this as my son is intact, but I babysat a boy who was very chubby and his penis was the same way, it really bothered me having to deal with it when he pooped and having to press down around it to make his penis pop out so I could properly clean it, too much hands on for me, no thanks......I prefer the easy care with my son's intact penis.
Totally normal. My 3.5 yo's goes in more often than not. He's slightly chubby. I asked the doctor if it was done wrong, or if he had a really small penis. He laughed and said no to both, its just that he has baby fat and that's taking away inches, haha.
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Yup but at 2 years its more to clean it and make sure there no poop or pee hiding ...not so much of re attaching skin
Quoting Just Ames:" Have you let a Dr look at this? "
Quoting ☆ ★ ☆:" 2 years later though? Not trying to be rude just asking an honest question."
Yes. My son was 4 before we quit having so many issues with it. He had to thin out. My 9 month old is this way as well. My DH's still does that sometimes.
<blockquote><b>Quoting OCDmamma:</b>" I've been told this before. I'm hoping that is ALL it is, thanks!"</blockquote>
No problem! He's a cutie. Lol my SO was freaking out about LO so we asked the doctor and he just laughed and said his parts are completely fine, he's just chunky.