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post #61 of 280
2 yrs old. All good.
post #62 of 280
My son is almost 20 months old and we have never had any problems.

Right after he was born, I felt so intensely that we were doing the right thing by keeping him intact, though all of our families and friends traditionally circ their sons. I still remember that first big nasty poo he had, where it went squishing all up the front of his diaper, and how relieved I was that his foreskin was there to protect him from all the funk. That moment reaffirmed for me that it serves a true, valid purpose and was well worth keeping.
post #63 of 280
My sons are eighteen and two years old, both intact, and neither of them has ever had any problems because of it.
post #64 of 280
I have 4 boys (9, 7, 2, and 6mon) none have ever ever had a problem of any sort.
post #65 of 280
My Dh and son have no troubles!
post #66 of 280
Four and a half year old son here and never a problem.
post #67 of 280
DS1 - 4 - no problems at all.
DS2 - 3 - minor separation pain but no problems. He's fully retractable now.
DS3 - 1 - no problems.

We are a foreskin-issue-free family!
post #68 of 280
Two intact ds with no troubles. 6 years and 7 months.
post #69 of 280
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Originally Posted by erin23kate View Post
....I discovered that intact boys don't pee all over you during diaper changes!
LOL oh yeah they do, and the wall, their face.

BUT they don't have all the "issues" mainstream would have you believe. My son is 8 months and hasn't even had a diaper rash. He's doing great.
post #70 of 280
Time for an update. I think the last time I posted ds was almost two. Well, he turns four in a couple weeks and still no problems.
post #71 of 280
Two boys and no issues. I did think we had an issue with the older one and we saw the Dr. He gave us some cream but after reading more MDC I told him to "play" with his penis the way his younger brother did and that solved the issue. THe boys were 3 1/2 and 18 months at the time. In case you're wondering the older one was crying himself awake in the early am hours saying his penis hurt when he got an erection. His brother was much more extreme with himself and as soon as the older one stretched his tight frenulum he stopped complaining. In my problem it ended up being more of a non-issue than an issue.
post #72 of 280
Dh is 28 and has never had problems.

Ds is 18 months and has never had problems.


post #73 of 280
almost 18 year old son ( next month) no problems
post #74 of 280
5yo DS here (and also my 2.75yo nephew) and no problems.
post #75 of 280
22 months, no problems at all.
post #76 of 280
2 years without problems here!

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Originally Posted by erin23kate View Post

My son is 3 months old and has never had any problems of any kind. And, an added bonus for Mommy... I discovered that intact boys don't pee all over you during diaper changes!

Oh yes they do. And they pee over their own heads. : At least my kid did--he was a baby and could somehow arc his pee over his body and his head to the wall behind his head during diaper changes. I still don't know how he did it.
, yeah, we ec and still I've gotten peed on many times because of ds's foreskin kind of getting squished in different directions and making the pee shoot out in different ways!
post #77 of 280
one 29 month old fella, no problems all the moms i know with intact sons have never had an issue, but a shocking number of circing moms I know are currently having to have surgeries done for their sons, for circ complications or to correct botched ones
post #78 of 280
23 months never had any problems.
post #79 of 280
33 year old DH, 3 year old DS, no problems.
post #80 of 280
37yo intact Dh and 3 intact boys (ages 11, 6, 2) and never had a problem.
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