I know this is an old post, but as it showed up when I searched the content, I feel obligated to comment. My son too was born with what they called a Natural circumcision. When they handed him to me, it was the first thing I noticed, as I have seen a many new born baby boy I knew it didn't look normal. I told myself if it was serious the doctor would say something. When the nurse was checking him like they do, she called the doctor over, she was an older knowable doctor, she said it was fine, it was what we call a Natural Circ. So I put my mind at ease, when I took him for his week check up, the doctor said "oh he has a natural circ", I said yes, she said she wanted me to get it look at by a urologist at the children’s hospital, just to rule out anything serious. I had told myself before, if a doctor said it was something then I would get it looked at, so I got the referral and an appointment. He was just over a month old when he saw the urologist, the dr took one look and said yes he would need surgery. I worried about this none stop, and asked him to show me and explain why, because to me and my mother it looked like he was peeing fine. The doctor showed me and sure enough his urethra was not coming out where it was suppose to, there was a little pin hole right under where the urethra was suppose to be, I missed it, the first doctor missed it. For all of you to say, without seeing this woman’s son and going on her word, that she should not see a specialist that is trained to see it, is just uneducated thinking. If I had ignored that one doctor and listen to the first one, my son would of grown up with this problem, causing more problems. If a doctor says you should get it checked, get it checked, rule it out before worrying about surgery, which depending on the severity of the issue, its a day surgery, I felt more sorry for all the older boys that had to have the surgery, my heart went out to them, to be over 5 years old and having to have someone open up your penis because it wasn't looked at when you were a new born. I hope for your son, you went to the urologist and ruled out hypospadis.