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If a baby is uncircumsized should the foreskin slide back so that you can clean the end of his penis?

If a baby is uncircumsized should the foreskin slide back so that you can clean the end of his penis?

Not immediately: Foreskin does not usually naturally begin retracting until children are 2-3 years old. Parents should gently stretch the foreskin daily with normal bathing in order to facilitate the process. Forcible retraction is not recommended. If the child is having ballooning of the foreskin with urination, utis, or foreskin infections, see a md who can prescribe a steroid cream. ...Read more

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Causes of rash in a penis of an uncircumsized penis?

Causes of rash in a penis of an uncircumsized penis?

Penile rashes: Yeast is a very common cause in uncircumcised men. Psoriasis and lichen planus are somewhat less common but not infrequent. Squamous cell carcinoma, a cancer of the penis, is more likely in uncircumcised men. ...Read more

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Why is there blood coming out of two year old's uncircumsized penis?

Why is there blood coming out of two year old's uncircumsized penis?

See doc now: Most common causes include infection or trauma. Needs to have urine checked and exam by doctor now. ...Read more

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Can you tell me if a baby is uncircumsized should the foreskin slide back so that you can clean the head of the penis?

Can you tell me if a baby is uncircumsized should the foreskin slide back so that you can clean the head of the penis?

Usually not: Foreskin is naturally adherent to the glans penis at birth and 1% of newborns have a fully retractile foreskin. Foreskin opening is physiologically narrow in most babies up to one year of age. Not abnormal up to and beyonf adge 3-years for foreskin not to retract completely, however the opening should be wide enough to prevent obstruction to urine flow. Only retract foreskin as far as adhesions. ...Read more

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My son is 17 and he is uncircumsized, yet the skin on his penis doesn't cover any of the head. It stops just before the glands. Is this normal?

My son is 17 and he is uncircumsized, yet the skin on his penis doesn't cover any of the head. It stops just before the glands. Is this normal?

Maybe: Some men wear their foreskin in the retracted position where the glans, or head, of the penis is exposed. As long as this is not painful and he can easily replace the foreskin over the glans without resistence, it is probably okay. If you are stilll, worried, he should be examined by a local urologist. ...Read more

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Am I more likely to get trichomoniasis from uncircumsized penis?

Am I more likely to get trichomoniasis from uncircumsized penis?

Possibly: Trichomonads can live in the sulcus of the penis in the uncircumcised male. This may lead to increased symptoms and passing it on to a partner more easily. It is harder to survive in the circumcised male. They can live in the tip of the penis in both "cut" and "uncut" males. If you are referring to catching it from a female, the same applies. Be safe, use condoms and good hygiene. ...Read more