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How do I stop unwanted erections in my son? He looks nasty.

How do I stop unwanted erections in my son? He looks nasty.

Leave him alone: That's normal for young boys. Just leave him be. Unless he's doing something illegal, hurting others, or making bad decisions, why does it bother you? There are other more important things in his life that you should be worried about - like school, staying away from alcohol and drugs, a healthy lifestyle, respect for others, etc. ...Read more

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An erection refers to the stiff or erect penis. An erection that is " normal" means that it is ...Read more


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What do you suggest if my son had a meatotomy and stop having an erection is that normal after these procedure?

What do you suggest if my son had a meatotomy and stop having an erection is that normal after these procedure?

Here is ...: How long ago did he undergo meatotomy? But it shouldn't affect erection. I assumed your son is very young and I wouldn't overly concern about it so not to incite his attention to what you may have in mind. For the time being, following surgeon's instructions to keep "new" meatus open is most important. More? Ask the surgeon timely. ...Read more

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My son had a meatotomy and stopped having erections. Is that normal after this procedure?

My son had a meatotomy and stopped having erections. Is that normal after this procedure?

Here are some ...: Physically, meatotomy to open up the opening of the urethra should not affect his erection. May I ask how old your son is and when he underwent meatotomy? If young, I assumed it was done under general anethesia. If so, occasionally, the effect of anesthesia may linger in some patients. So, it would be most logical to wait and see for at least 3-6 months as long as he is eating, peeing, pooing, &.. ...Read more

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My son has been getting hard erections from porn. When he became 14, his erections were softer than before. How can we cure this?

My son has been getting hard erections from porn. When he became 14, his erections were softer than before. How can we cure this?

You don't : His election are harder because he is older and has higher testosterone levels naturally, so it is nothing you need to cure. Furthermore, his erections are really none of your business at his age. If he is breaking the bank buying or looking at pirn, then you can have that discussion with him. Otherwise, there is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING here that needs to be cured. ...Read more

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My son was circumcised when born, now has erection that bend upwards where the scar is on dorsal side. Too much skin was removed? It is very tight.

My son was circumcised when born, now has erection that bend upwards where the scar is on dorsal side. Too much skin was removed? It is very tight.

I assume your son is: An infant or young child. Show your pediatrician. Rarely, foreskin is cut to the point that intercourse is painful for a male, which wouldn't be an issue prior to puberty. If you are really concerned, request referral to a pediatric urologist to determine if there is any anatomical malformation of the penis that would cause your son to have a medical problem. ...Read more

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What is a good way to explain morning erections to my 7 year old son?

They are normal: He has noticed. Let him know it is a normal function of his penis and often happens in the morning and is one signal he needs to pee. ...Read more

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My 2yo son has been holding is crotch and crying, when i check inside his nappy he occasionally has an erection but not always. Please help?

My 2yo son has been holding is crotch and crying, when i check inside his nappy he occasionally has an erection but not always. Please help?

2yo: Having erections is normal. Penis holding is normal. Having pain with urination is not. Is he otherwise well? Fevers? Is there swelling/redness/drainage from the foreskin? It's difficulty to tell from your description what might be happening. The only certainty is that painful urination must be taken seriously. Bring him to his doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more

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