I don't know that I'd rush to judge the Dr. who gave that diagnosis. Yes meatal stenosis almost always happens to circumcised boys (and commonly!) and the condition is often caused by the lack of a foreskin ... but the condition defined- simply means a narrowing of the meatus- it does not mean- "a narrowing of the meatus but only if the child is circumcised" The condition is defined by the meatus and urination- NOT by the presence of a circumcision. Meatal stenosis can happen in intact boys and even girls.
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7/10/10 at 8:15pm